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New Apps 11i AutoConfig + Templates Rollup Patch U Now Available

Steven Chan
Senior Director
AutoConfig is an Oracle E-Business Suite systems administration tool that supports the automated configuration of E-Business Suite technology stack components.  A new AutoConfig update has been released for Oracle E-Business Suite Release 11i.  
Screenshot of download page for TXK AutoConfig Rollup Patch U 9535311
EBS 11i Technology Stack Rollup U (Patch 9535311) for AutoConfig is now available for download. This Rollup patchset includes fixes and enhancements to the AutoConfig Engine, tools, and EBS configuration templates.  The new template files included in this patchset have no effect on an Oracle E-Business Suite configuration until the AutoConfig utility is run. This cumulative patch includes all previously released AutoConfig updates, including the previous AutoConfig Rollup RUP T (Patch 8217898). RUP U can be applied without applying previous AutoConfig Rollup patchsets. This Rollup includes the following features and enhancements:
  1. Applications password validation while using adcmctl and in other various commands.
  2. Mini AutoConfig: it is possible now to run AutoConfig using a customized driver.
  3. AutoConfig performance improvements.
  4. adchkcfg enhancements to remove false diffs/false positives
  5. Database 11gR2 support.
  6. Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) related changes for security and refining of aliases, log names changed as per standards
  7. Addition of ANTISAMY run-time rehosted JAR files.
  8. OHS performance improvements by removing loading of unwanted modules.
  9. For DB tier on Solaris 64-bit platform, use of 64-bit JVM during CVM phase of AutoConfig.
  10. Support for DB listener name customization.
  11. Support of Forms and Reports in the Icelandic language.
  12. Addition of LOCAL_LISTENER parameter to init.ora template.
  13. Introduction of FORMS60_RECORD_GROUP_MAX to restrict the number of records fetched by a List of Values (LOV).
  14. New context variables: s_httpd_pls_pid_file, s_icx_language,s_forms60_record_group_max, s_db_listener.
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Comments ( 6 )
  • Krishnamoorthy Tuesday, July 20, 2010

    Hi Steve,

    I have gone through the patch README. As a pre-requisites we need to upgrade JDK version on database tier to JDK 1.3.1_15 or higher.

    I think JDK 1.3.1_15 has been retired from support. Any suggestions?

    Thanks,

    Krishnamoorthy


  • Steven Chan Tuesday, July 20, 2010

    Krishnamoorthy,

    You should upgrade your JDK to 1.6. See:

    Java SE 6 Certified With Release 11i

    http://blogs.oracle.com/stevenChan/2007/09/java_se_6_certified_with_relea.html

    Regards,

    Steven


  • Krishnamoorthy Monday, August 9, 2010

    Hi Steve,

    We are facing Exception in thread "main" adcvm: Error code returned from CVM - 1. Error while applying TXK U patch on 11.5.10.2 instance.

    We raised SR (SR 3-1978411981: Exception in thread "main" adcvm: Error code returned from CVM - 1) with Oracle Support and we were suggested to follow "Using J2SE Version 5.0 with Oracle E-Business Suite 11i [ID 304099.1]" because

    some java env variables are not in sync.

    Recently we have upgraded from jiniator to Sun JRE (update 17) but Document 304099.1 and section Step 2.1: Obtain and Install JInitiator 1.3.1. says to install Jiniator.

    We need some clarificaton on this.

    We believe the JRE 1.6.17 upgrade that we did was for the client user side and this J2SE/JDK upgrade is internal to the app tiers.

    Are we right?

    We need your suggestions. Please advise us

    Thanks,

    Krishnamoorthy


  • Steven Chan Tuesday, August 10, 2010

    Hi, Krishnamoorthy,

    Correct: Note 304099.1 describes the process required to update Java on your application tier to JDK 1.5. Applying JRE 1.6.0_17 on your client tier is independent of upgrading Java on your application tier.

    You should be aware that JDK 1.5 went into End of Life as of November 2009 (see http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/eol-135779.html).

    I strongly recommend that you upgrade to JDK 1.6 instead. See:

    Java SE 6 Certified With Release 11i

    http://blogs.oracle.com/stevenChan/2007/09/java_se_6_certified_with_relea.html

    I will follow up with the Support Engineer assigned to your SR to ensure that Support consistently recommends JDK 1.6 over 1.5.

    Regards,

    Steven


  • Krishnamoorthy Tuesday, August 10, 2010

    Hi Steven,

    Thanks for quick response.

    Could you please advise which update (JDK 6 update) we can install?

    Thanks,

    Krishnamoorthy


  • Steven Chan Wednesday, August 11, 2010

    Hi, Krishnamoorthy,

    You should install the latest JDK 6 update that's available for your platform.

    Regards,

    Steven


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