Thursday Nov 29, 2007

Best Practices for Upgrading to Release 12

If you've been considering the best way to upgrade your E-Business Suite Release 11i environment to Release 12, I strongly recommend that you check out Eugene Weinstein and Nigel Cooper's excellent OpenWorld 2007 presentation:

Supported R12 Upgrade Paths: Supported upgrade paths from E-Business Suite (Applications) 11.0, 11.5.1 to 11.5.10 to Release 12

Eugene and Nigel cover the following topics:
  • Overview of the R12 Upgrade process
    • The R12 filesystem
    • Supported upgrade paths
    • Technology improvements
    • The R12 upgrade flow
    • Options for omitting the upgrade of historical data (Upgrade by Request)
  • Best practices for the upgrade
    • Staffing & planning
    • Pre-upgrade, upgrade, and post-upgrade tips
Perhaps most significantly, Eugene and Nigel discuss Oracle's own experiences in upgrading our 10 TB Global Single Instance from Apps 11i to 12.  Upgrading an Apps database with over 28.5 billion rows of data is a serious undertaking, and it's always instructive to see how the best Apps IT organization in the world does things. 

Highly recommended reading, even if you've already performed one or more test upgrades already.

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Monday Nov 26, 2007

Analyzing Memory vs Performance of Apps 11i and 12 Clients

I've recently published a new Oracle whitepaper that compares combinations of browsers with JInitiator and the native Sun Java plug-in (JRE) to determine which is best for low-specification clients.  It provides specific scenarios and examples showing where there is little difference between low and high specification clients in terms of end-user performance.

This white paper takes a completely different approach from the usual emphasis on tuning Windows clients. Instead, this paper focuses on analyzing the memory requirements for a range of Oracle E-Business Suite Forms and OA Framework (OAF) web-based HTML screens.  I touch on Windows tuning in an appendix.

There are two main concepts in the paper:

Establish your minimum desktop configurations

While the latest and fastest machines will help provide the best performance, the latest technology tends to command a price premium. Budgetary constraints and asset life dictate that the price/performance goal is to balance the return on investment while providing reasonable longevity. The information will help you establish the minimum requirements for a specific price-performance point, and identify a specific configuration that will achieve the throughput necessary to support your business

Extend the life of existing PCs

The second concept concentrated on how to extend the useful life of slow or low-memory PC clients and where upgrading to faster clients would make very little difference meaning that you may have to look elsewhere, such as the network, for a solution.

I Have Fast Clients - Why Do I Care?

If you have what would normally be considered a high-specification machine, you may still encounter memory problems when running several applications simultaneously, so the ideas and concepts will still help.

Do I Need CPU, Memory Or Both?

Microsoft states that adding memory makes a significant difference to Windows performance. This is also true for some Oracle E-Business Suite components. Note that this statement does not mention CPU speed, and therefore it appears that they consider this less significant. In order to answer this question the charts show the difference in performance across a range of clients. The answer is very clear.

Browser Add-ons and plugins

Add-ons and plugins can make a huge difference to the amount of memory needed just by the browser. The following chart from the paper compares the memory profiles of the certified browsers with and without browser add-ons (Adobe Acrobat, Google Toolbar, and Skype). As you can see, even this limited number of additional components can almost double the amount of memory required by the browser. In reality, you will probably have many many more add-ons and plugins that are not necessary for a business environment, and so the paper includes a comprehensive list of components and their relative affect on the browser profile, including for example, browser themes, toolbars, extensions, plug-ins, and helper applications.

Browser Memory Use Comparisons: Bar chart comparing browser add-on memory profiles, including Adobe Acrobat, Google Toolbar, Skype.  Browsers reviewed include Firefox 2, IE 7, IE 6.

After investigating a range of OAF/HTML screens and Oracle Forms, and accepting that there may be some exceptions, the products can be grouped by type as shown in the following chart. Clearly, the amount of data will affect the amount of memory and an example is displaying thousands of tasks on screen simultaneously as in some of the largest Gantt charts.

Memory Consumption All Tests: Comparing Memory Averages by Group for Menus, OAF / HTML, Forms, Gantt Charts for Firefox 2, IE 7, IE 6

Although the memory used by a combination of forms and OAF/HTML screens used in a business flow does not scale linearly, the generalizations shown in this chart can be useful if you can broadly categorize your Oracle E-Business Suite usage by product type for a particular part of your organization..

It is very unlikely that this paper could match the exact combination of forms and screens, client specification, and the specific combination of other software that you use. Instead, general guidelines have been provided that can be applied to your own environment as needed.

What Else Can You Do?

The paper includes some working practices that have been extensively deployed by certain customers that has extended the life of their existing clients. It makes very specific recommendations about the best technology combinations for low specification clients, and clients that run low on resources. It clearly identifies scenarios where a very low specification machine can be deployed usefully and shows others where it is unlikely that the throughput would be sufficient to support the business.

For full details, download the whitepaper here:
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Tuesday Nov 13, 2007

Using Secure Enterprise Search with Apps 12

Continuing the string of news from OpenWorld this week, I'm pleased to announce that Oracle Secure Enterprise Search 10g has been certified with the E-Business Suite Release 12. 

Oracle Secure Enterprise Search screencap: Screen capture of Oracle Secure Enterprise Search 10g with Assets Inquiry screen for E-Business Suite Release 12.0.3

Secure Enterprise Search (SES) provides new search capabilities for R12:  Apps users can search for E-Business Suite data using a unified search engine, with search results displayed based upon their Applications responsibilities.  Searches can be performed on structured and unstructured data.  Notably, search results respect multi-level security, including:
  • Role-based access control (RBAC) functional and data security
  • Product-specific security policies
For example, an authorized E-Business Suite user could use the search screen above to search for "Assets" in "Northpark," yielding the following results:


SES search results: Oracle Secure Enterprise Search 10g sample search results for an E-Business Suite Release 12.0.3 search


Prerequisites for this optional integration are:
References

Tuesday Nov 06, 2007

JDeveloper 10g with OA Extension Updated for Apps 12.0.3

[Nov 6, 2007 update:  If you are ever uncertain as to which JDeveloper patch to use with which Apps 11i or R12 release, see Note 416708.1, How to find the correct version of JDeveloper to use with eBusiness Suite 11i or Release 12]

My hardworking colleagues have just released a new update to Oracle JDeveloper 10g with OA Extension for E-Business Suite Release 12 environments.  The latest update refreshes the Oracle Applications Extension to support Apps 12.0.3 and ATG RUP 3.

Expenses R12 Screenshot:

The latest update is released as:
This update requires:
See the patch's README for more details about prerequisites, installation, and configuration.

A plethora of information on personalizing and extending OA Framework-based applications for E-Business Suite Release 12 can be found in this documentation roadmap:
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Thursday Oct 25, 2007

Integrating Apps 12 Portlets with Third-Party Portals

Here's the latest update on the ever-popular subject of integrating the E-Business Suite Release 12 with third-party portals. 

11i Apps Navigator:

What's Possible in Release 11i Today

You already know that the E-Business Suite Release 11i portlets are written to work exclusively with Oracle Portal.  These portlets can't be plugged into third-party portal solutions.  We don't have any plans to rewrite these portlets for Release 11i, so what you see is what you will get for the foreseeable future for 11i.

Before we look ahead to the future and Release 12, here's a two-word summary of what's possible today in terms of third-party portal integration with Release 11i:  bookmarkable links.

If someone who hasn't logged in attempts to access protected E-Business Suite content, they're automatically redirected to either the E-Business Suite login page or Oracle Single Sign-On, the latter if the environment has been integrated with Oracle Application Server 10g.  Once the user logs in, she's redirected back to the protected E-Business Suite content that she was originally trying to reach.

Links to E-Business Suite content, therefore, can be bookmarked -- either in a browser, or added as links on a third-party portal page.  Admittedly, this might be pretty thin gruel for those of you expecting more, but that's what's available in Release 11i today.

What's Possible in Release 12

The E-Business Suite Release 12.0 ships with WSRP 1.0-compliant versions of the following portlets:
  • Applications Navigator
  • Applications Favorites
  • Applications Worklist
WSRP-compliant versions of other product team portlets (e.g. Balanced Scorecard) have not been released yet.  If you're interested in finding out the status of those product-specific portlets, your best bet would be to log a formal Service Request via Oracle Metalink against the specific Applications product in question.  This has the additional benefit of letting the product team know that you're interested in these upgrades, too.  You'd be amazed the effect that even a few of these Service Requests can have.

Not Supported:  Embedding Page Regions in Third-Party Portals

Many Applications 12 screens are based on the Oracle Applications Framework (OAF).  These screens are displayed in HTML and appear in certified browsers like IE and Firefox. 

It's tempting to assume that it would be possible to take regions of these screens -- or even the entire pages themselves -- and embed them in third-party portals.  More advanced readers will be musing about things like IFRAMES right about now. 

Unfortunately, this is not supported -- either for Release 11i or Release 12.  OA Framework based pages assume that they own the top of the Document Object Model (DOM).  This is not true if the pages are embedded in a third-party portal.  Attempting to do this will cause a range of unpredictable behavior.

This is a known restriction with the versions of OA Framework provided with Apps 11i and 12.  Our OAF team is looking into ways of changing this in future releases.  I don't have details about their plans that can be shared here yet, unfortunately.  As usual, you're welcome to monitor or subscribe to this column for updates on this.

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The above is intended to outline our general product direction.  It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract.   It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decision.  The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracle's products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle. 

Wednesday Oct 17, 2007

Apps Technology 12.0.3 Update Now Available

In conjunction with yesterday's release of the Applications 12.0.3 Release Update  Pack, the third major update for the Apps Release 12 technology stack is now available for download from Metalink:

ATG Patch 6077669 screenshot: Screenshot of download screen for Oracle Applications Technology Software Update 12.0.3 patch 6077669

Family Pack Updates vs. Release Update Packs

New readers might have missed previous discussions about naming standards. To recap:  in Release 11i, we have these things called Rollup Patches, which
inexplicably became known as "RUPs."  Release 11i Rollup Patches contain patches for a single product family (e.g. ATG Family Pack H Rollup 4).

In Release 12, we're now shipping these things called Release Update Packs.  Given the way that neologisms form, it's inevitable that these will be called "RUPs" too.  The difference is that the R12 Release Update Packs combine patches created across several E-Business Suite product families. 

The patch that we're announcing today only includes updates for the Applications Technology family of products, that is, the technology stack for the E-Business Suite Release 12.  This patch does not include updates to the functional applications like Financials or HRMS.  For information about the broader Apps 12.0.3 Release Update Pack, see:
This ATG rollup patch includes all fixes released on top of ATG Family Pack A, including those released in the following updates:
Since this is the third update to the Release 12 technology stack, its official (admittedly cryptic) name is: R12.ATG_PF.A.DELTA.3.

Prerequisites

You must apply the R12.AD.A.DELTA.3 (patch 6272715) before applying this ATG rollup patch.  For more information about that prerequisite AD patch, see Oracle Applications DBA Software Updates, Release 12.0.3 (Metalink Note 454385.1).

This ATG Family
Pack update can be applied on top of the following:
What's New?

Regardless of what it's called, the third Applications technology stack update for Release 12 contains the following new features:
  • Oracle Application Framework


    HGrid 'Record Set Size' Property - For an HGrid (hierarchical grid), the Record Set Size property on nodeDefinition items can be personalized by administrators. When the Expand All feature of an HGrid is being used, setting the Record Set Size for child nodes limits the number of child records displayed for each parent record at that level of the HGrid. This improves the display performance for very large HGrids.


  • Oracle Applications Technology Stack


    Customizable Directory Information Trees (DIT) and configurable Relative Distinguished Names (RDN) - These features are now supported for use in
    Oracle E-Business Suite environments integrated with Single Sign-On 10g. Default values no longer have to be used. For further details, see the Oracle System Administrator's Guide - Security at Oracle E-Business Suite Online Documentation Library Release 12+.


  • Oracle Diagnostics


    Oracle Diagnostics has enhanced support for long-running tests as well as tests that generate large reports. See the Oracle Applications Supportability
    Guide at Oracle E-Business Suite Online Documentation Library Release 12+ for more details.


  • Oracle XML Gateway


    Notifying Transaction Owners for Errored Transactions - To manage transactions errors more efficiently, Oracle XML Gateway now lets you associate a transaction owner with a transaction type in the Define Transactions form. If an error occurs in a transaction of that type, Oracle XML Gateway sends a notification to the transaction owner in addition to the Oracle XML Gateway system administrator and trading partner contact. This notification allows the transaction owner and system administrator to act on the error if needed. See the Oracle XML Gateway User's Guide at
    Oracle E-Business Suite Online Documentation Library Release 12+ for more details.

    Automatic Reprocessing of Errored Transactions After Notification Timeout - Oracle XML Gateway uses two new profile options to manage
    notification timeouts proactively if no explicit action was taken on an error notification. The ECX: Notification Timeout profile option sets the timeout period, measured in minutes, for a notification. The ECX: Maximum Retries profile option sets the maximum number of times that Oracle XML Gateway will automatically reprocess the errored transaction after the notification timeout period.
    See the Oracle XML Gateway User's Guide at Oracle E-Business Suite Online Documentation Library Release 12+ for more details.
What's Been Fixed?

In addition to those new features, this update contains fixes for the following areas:
  • Oracle Application Object Library (AOL)
  • Oracle Report Manager
  • Oracle Applications Technology Stack
  • Oracle Web Applications Desktop Integrator (WebADI)
  • Oracle Workflow
  • Oracle XML Publisher
For a complete list of the contents of this update, see:
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Tuesday Oct 16, 2007

Apps Release 12.0.3 Release Update Pack Now Available

 

The third major update for Apps Release 12 is now available for download from Metalink:

Patch 6141000 download screenshot: Screenshot of download screen for Applications 12.0.3 Release Update Pack 3 patch 6141000

A RUP by Any Other Name...

To revisit oft-confused terminology once again:  In Release 11i, we have these things called Rollup Patches, which inexplicably became known as "RUPs."  Release 11i Rollup Patches contain patches for a single product family (e.g. ATG Family Pack H Rollup 4).

In Release 12, we're now shipping these things called Release Update Packs.  Given the way that neologisms form, it's inevitable that these
will be called "RUPs" too.  The difference is that the R12 Release Update Packs combine patches created across several E-Business Suite product families. 

If you're paying attention, it should be dawning on you about now that "Release Update Packs" in Release 12 are the equivalent of
"Consolidated Updates" in Release 11i.  These are big, important patches.

What's New in Release Update Pack 3?

Regardless of what it's called, the third Release Update Pack for Release 12 contains fixes for the following areas, with details in the listed
Metalink Notes:
Includes October 2007 Critical Patch Updates

Just like the previous Apps 12.0.1 Release Update Pack and Apps 12.0.2 Release Update Pack, there's a gem buried in all of this:  the Apps 12.0.3 Release Update Patch includes all of the security fixes released in the October 2007 Critical Update Patch (CPUOct2007).

Upgrading the Whole Thing or Just Specific Parts?

If you're looking for the latest new functionality, fixes, and updates for all Release 12 functional applications and the E-Business Suite's technology stack, apply the Apps 12.0.3 Release Update Pack.

You can also update specific Apps functional applications (such as Financials, Supply Chain, or Human Resources).  See the Metalink Notes
for each of the individual products listed above.

If you're just interested in getting the latest Apps technology stack updates and don't wish to update your functional applications, you can apply just
the Oracle Applications Technology Software Update 12.0.3 (Patch 6077669), also known as R12.ATG_PF.A.DELTA.3. 

More details about new Applications Technology Stack features and updates can be found in this article.

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Wednesday Oct 10, 2007

10gR2 10.2.0.3 Database Certified for Release 12

Certifications are a bit like buses:  if you wait long enough, a whole string of them arrive at the same time.  This has been a pretty good week for long-outstanding and eagerly-awaited certifications. 

E-Business Suite Release 12 is now certified with the latest 10gR2 (10.2.0.3) database. 

10gR2 10.2.0.3 patch screenshot: Screenshot of download location on Oracle Metalink for 10gR2 Database 10.2.0.3 patch 5337014

Upgrades from Release 11i Environments

This is a particularly important certification if your Apps 11i database has already been upgraded to 10.2.0.3.  Until today, Release 12 was only certified with 10.2.0.2.  If you wanted to upgrade your Release 11i environment to Release 12, the certified databases levels would have been mismatched. 

As of today, Applications 11i environments on the 10.2.0.3 database may now be upgraded to Applications 12.

Certified Platforms
  • Linux x86
  • Linux x86-64
  • Microsoft Windows x86
  • Sun Solaris SPARC (64-bit)
  • HP-UX PA-RISC
  • IBM AIX
  • HP-UX Itanium
Certifications for additional platforms such as Linux Itanium, Sun Solaris x64, Microsoft Windows Itanium, Microsoft Windows x64, IBM zSeries Linux, and Linux on Power will follow.  Stay tuned for upcoming announcements for these certifications.

For More Information

You can obtain the 10gR2 (10.2.0.3) patch set here:
The documentation for upgrading your E-Business Suite Release 12 environment to 10.2.0.3 is here:
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Monday Oct 08, 2007

HP-UX Itanium 11.31 certified for Release 12

See?  It never fails.  More certifications happen when I go away on vacation.  Breaking the surface of the tidal wave of my post-vacation inbox, I see that a new platform has been certified for Release 12.

Release 12 Rapid Install screenshot: Screenshot of E-Business Suite Release 12 Rapid Install Wizard

HP-UX Itanium 11.31 is now certified for both application tier and database tier servers for the E-Business Suite Release 12.  Full details can be found in this Note:
Note:  If you're performing a new installation of Oracle Applications Release 12 on HP-UX Itanium 11.31, you must use Rapid Install startCD 12.0.0.23 or later.  You can find more details about that startCD release here:
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Wednesday Sep 19, 2007

New Rapid Install StartCD (12.0.0.23) for Release 12 Now Available

[Oct 8, 2007 Update:  Some bug numbers got scrambled in translation.  Replaced references to bug 5956908 with 6202335; 6044912 with 956908; 6202335 with 6044912.]

How fast they grow up.  It seems like just yesterday that a new StartCD was released for E-Business Suite Release 12.  Here's another one.

Release 12 Rapid Install screenshot: Screenshot of E-Business Suite Release 12 Rapid Install Wizard

A new Rapid Install startCD for E-Business Suite Release 12 is now available for download from Metalink:

This new Rapid Install startCD (Version 12.0.0.23) fixes almost two dozen installation-related issues for Release 12.  It includes all of the fixes from previously released StartCD updates, too.

This patch can be uncompressed on top of any previous R12 startCD under the main staging area.  Following our standard support policies, this is
the only startCD version supported at this point.  If you report problems with prior R12 startCDs, it's likely that you'll be asked to apply this version before advanced debugging can proceed.

What's New?

This new startCD has five high-priority fixes:
  • 5731721 - EXTRA BACKSLASHES INSERTED INTO SYSTEM PATH DURING INSTALL

    This issue prevented the application of Oracle Universal Installer (OUI) patches to the ORACLE_HOMEs.  Installations performed with startCD 12.0.0.22 that already faced this problem can be fixed with emergency patch 6080584.

  • 5747646 - RAPIDWIZ: DEPENDENCIES BETWEEN SERVICES FOR MULTI-NODE

    Added a dependency on the Service Activation screen.  In the past, users required Root privileges to activate web-related services.  In this release, users selected web-related services will automatically activate the Web Entry Point, Root, and Web Services.

  • 6202335 - ORAPARAM.INI FOR HP IA64 FROM IAS NEED TO BE INCLUDED ON STARTCD

    Additional Oracle Universal Installer files added for HP Itanium platforms.

  • 5956908 - R12 HARD CODED VALUES FOR APPS AND APPLSYS CREATED DURING UPGRADE

    Additional enhancements the upgrade scripts to accommodate customers who don't use the default APPS and APPLSYS user names.

  • 6044912 - RAPID INSTALL DOESN'T USE DB TIER DOMAIN INSTEAD USES APPS TIER'S

    In multi-domain environments (e.g. environments with both ".us.oracle.com" and ".ar.oracle.com"), the Apps node was incorrectly setting some context variables (e.g. "s_dbdomain") with the incorrect local domain.
This release also contains fixes for the following issues:
  • 5717282 - WORLD WRITABLE FILES LEFT BY RAPID INSTALL
  • 5754355 - ADD A NOTE FOR "DEVELOPER 10G 10.1.2" IN THE INITIAL SCREEN
  • 5852355 - 'S_ENV_LANGS' CONTAINS EXTRA '}'
  • 5895353 - R12 MIXED NODE INSTALL FAILS WITH WINDOWS AND LINUX
  • 5908343 - ADCROBJ.CMD FAILS WITH SP2-0640: NOT CONNECTED
  • 5978329 - RAPID INSTALL POST CHECKS FAIL IN WINDOWS WITH STARTCD 12.0.0.22
  • 5960709 - MULTI-TIER INSTALL FAILS WITH RW-00003 ON APPS NODE
  • 6042240 - ADCROBJ.CMD NEEDS TO BE INCLUDED ON THE STARTCD
  • 6039806 - ADRUNAT.SH NEEDS TO COPY ADXMLCTX.TMP AND ADCTXINF.TMP TO S_ADTOP/ADMIN/TEMPLATE
  • 6080584 - FIX FOR EXISTING ENVIRONMENTS THAT FACED EXTRA BACKSLASHES ON SYSTEM PATH
  • 6217217 - STARTCD 12.0.0.23 FAILS ON POST INSTALL CHECKS
  • 6164353 - RAPIDWIZ PICKS UP WRONG O/S PLATFORM IN HP-UX ITANIUM SERVER
  • 6080494 - RAPIDINSTALL FIXES FOR WINDOWS
  • 6039796 - COPY FILES TO APPL_TOP FROM STARTCD
  • 6204852 - COULD NOT FIND UNZIP ON HP-UX ITANIUM
  • 6325880 - UPGRADE: CONFIGURE UPGRADED INSTANCE SHOWS UNCLEAR CONTEXT FILE
  • 6325973 - RAPIDWIZ SHOWS INCORRECT ORACLE_HOMES ON THE DOINSTALLPANEL
  • 6377963 - RAPIDWIZ -TECHSTACK DOESN'T LAY DOWN THE TECHSTACK
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Tuesday Jul 17, 2007

Apps Technology 12.0.2 Update Now Available

[July 18, 2007 Update:  Added links to subsequent article discussing the overall E-Business Suite 12.0.2 Release Update Pack.]

The second major update for the Apps Release 12 technology stack is now available for download from Metalink:

Family Pack Updates vs. Release Update Packs

A short word about terminology is needed before I go much further.  In Release 11i, we have these things called Rollup Patches, which inexplicably became known as "RUPs."  Release 11i Rollup Patches contain patches for a single product family (e.g. ATG Family Pack H Rollup 4).

In Release 12, we're now shipping these things called Release Update Packs.  Given the way that neologisms form, it's inevitable that these will be called "RUPs" too.  The difference is that the R12 Release Update Packs combine patches created across several E-Business Suite product families.  As of today, this Family Pack update can be applied on top of the previously-released Apps 12.0.1 Release Update Pack.   It is included in the Apps 12.0.2 Release Update Pack.

The patch that we're announcing today only includes updates for the Applications Technology family of products, that is, the technology stack for the E-Business Suite Release 12.  This patch does not include updates to the functional applications like Financials or HRMS.  For information about the broader Apps 12.0.2 Release Update Pack, see:
This ATG rollup patch includes all fixes released on top of ATG Family Pack A, including those previously released in the Apps 12.0.1 Release Update Pack.  Since this is the second update to the Release 12 technology stack, its official (cryptic) name is: R12.ATG_PF.A.DELTA.2.

What's New?


Regardless of what it's called, the second Applications technology stack update for Release 12 contains the following new features:

OC4J Load Balancing

Previously, Oracle E-Business Suite customers needed to purchase third-party hardware in order to support multiple application tiers. This new feature utilizes the native Oracle Application Server 10g's ability to load-balance without the need for third-party hardware.

For more details, see:
Technology Inventory Report

This new Technology Inventory Report delivers standardized and accurate version information about the Applications Technology Stack. When Oracle E-Business Suite administrators want to obtain the version of technology that is installed, they can run this report as a command line utility.

For more details, see:
Oracle Diagnostics Available from the Diagnostics Page

A new link has been added to the Diagnostics page (a separate link, not a choice on the poplist). If you select this link, you navigate to the Oracle Diagnostics home page. To use Oracle Diagnostics, see the Oracle Applications Supportability Guide.


What's Been Fixed?

In addition to those new features, this update contains fixes for the following areas:
  • Application Object Library Software Updates (17 fixes)
  • Applications Manager Software Updates (2 fixes)
  • Technology Stack Software Updates (1 fix)
  • Workflow Software Updates (4 fixes)
  • XML Publisher Software Updates (2 fixes)
  • e-Commerce Gateway Software Updates (4 fixes)
For a complete list of the contents of this update, see:
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