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Oracle applications scripts

Oracle Database Tips by Donald BurlesonConsulting

January 18, 2015

Oracle applications scripts

The data dictionary contains lots of useful information for the Oracle applications DBA, especially the concurrent manager.  For a complete set of Oracle scripts downloads, see the BC Oracle script collection.

The following Oracle applications script can be executed to identify requests based on the number of minutes the request ran:

conc_stat.sql
set echo off
set feedback off
set linesize 97
set verify off
col request_id format 9999999999    heading "Request ID"
     col exec_time format 999999999 heading "Exec Time|(Minutes)"
    col start_date format a10       heading "Start Date"
     col conc_prog format a20       heading "Conc Program Name"
col user_conc_prog format a40 trunc heading "User Program Name"
spool long_running_cr.lst
SELECT 
   fcr.request_id request_id,
   TRUNC(((fcr.actual_completion_date-fcr.actual_start_date)/(1/24))*60) exec_time,
   fcr.actual_start_date start_date,
   fcp.concurrent_program_name conc_prog,
   fcpt.user_concurrent_program_name user_conc_prog
FROM
  fnd_concurrent_programs fcp,
  fnd_concurrent_programs_tl fcpt,
  fnd_concurrent_requests fcr
WHERE 
   TRUNC(((fcr.actual_completion_date-fcr.actual_start_date)/(1/24))*60) > NVL('&min',45)
and 
   fcr.concurrent_program_id = fcp.concurrent_program_id
and 
   fcr.program_application_id = fcp.application_id
and 
   fcr.concurrent_program_id = fcpt.concurrent_program_id
and 
   fcr.program_application_id = fcpt.application_id
and 
   fcpt.language = USERENV('Lang')
ORDER BY 
   TRUNC(((fcr.actual_completion_date-fcr.actual_start_date)/(1/24))*60) desc;
           
spool off

Note that this script prompts you for the number of minutes. The output from this query with a value of 60 produced the following output on my database. Here we can see important details about currently-running requests, including the request ID, the execution time, the user who submitted the program and the name of the program.

Enter          value for min: 60
            Exec Time 
         
 Request ID (Minutes)  Start Date Conc Program Name    User Program Name
----------- ---------- ---------- -------------------- --------------------------------------
    1445627        218 01-SEP-02  MWCRMRGA             Margin Analysis Report(COGS Breakups)
     444965        211 03-JUL-01  CSTRBICR5G           Cost Rollup - No Report GUI
    1418262        208 22-AUG-02  MWCRMRGA             Margin Analysis Report(COGS Breakups)
     439443        205 28-JUN-01  CSTRBICR5G           Cost Rollup - No Report GUI
     516074        178 10-AUG-01  CSTRBICR6G           Cost Rollup - Print Report GUI

This Oracle applications script will query the fnd_application table:

select
   substr(a.application_name,1,30) application_name,
    substr(b.product_version,1,7)   application_version,
    decode(b.status, 'i', 'installed',
      's', 'shared',
      'n', 'not installed',
      'l', 'custom',
      b.status) prod,
    decode(b.industry, 'c', 'commercial',
      'g', 'educational',
      'b', 'project billing',
      'p', 'project costing',
      b.industry ) industry,
    substr(b.tablespace,1,10) "data",
    substr(b.index_tablespace,1,10) "index",
   substr(b.temporary_tablespace,1,10) "temp",
   b.sizing_factor "sizing
from
  applsys.fnd_application a,
   applsys.fnd_product_groups c,
   applsys.fnd_oracle_userid d,
   applsys.fnd_product_installations b
where
   a.application_id = b.application_id
and
   b.oracle_id = d.oracle_id
order by
a.application_name    

 

 
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