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New EBS 12.0 AutoConfig Rollup 7 Now Available

Steven Chan
Senior Director
AutoConfig manages the configuration of E-Business Suite environments.  The seventh and latest rollup patch for the AutoConfig engine and tools for Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.0 is now available for download.  The official (and admittedly-cryptic) name for this EBS 12.0 patch is:
Screenshot of download page for AutoConfig TXK patch 9386653
Not for EBS 12.1 environments This patch can only be applied to Apps 12.0.x environments.  If you're running Apps 12.1.1 or 12.1.2, you can safely ignore this announcement.  Remember that there's an easy way to check whether an R12 patch is intended for 12.0 or 12.1: What's new? Notable enhancements in this release include:
  • Editable parameters for selected JVM settings
  • Configuration changes needed to support the latest Oracle Application Server 10g 10.1.3 and 10.1.4 updates
  • Configuration changes needed to support 11gR2 database
  • Automatic redeployment of the formsapp.ear file when applying TXK interim patches.  Automation ensures that the formsapp.ear used by EBS 12.0 is kept synchronized with the latest patches and changes
  • Enhancements to the Techstack Inventory reports
This patch also contains contains the TXK AutoConfig template files needed to configure the Technology Stack for Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12 instances.  These template files have no effect on the E-Business Suite configuration until the AutoConfig utility is run. Almost 30 bugs are fixed in this release, including:
  • Improved support for HP-Itanium
  • Improved support for Slovenian, Croatian/Serbian/Bosnian, and Vietnamese NLS translations in Forms 10g
  • Fixes for cloning-related issues
  • Improved cookie handling for Oracle Single Sign-On-enabled EBS environments
See the rollup's README for a complete list of fixes in this patchset. This Rollup patch is cumulative:  it includes all E-Business Suite 12.0 technology stack configuration fixes that we've previously released either individually or in previous patch sets.  References Related Articles

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