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Gl_command Line Post Order

Gl_command Line Post Order

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You can run any GL program from the command line, though this would normally only be doneif requested by Support or Development. Follow these steps:1) Verify that you run this at a time when there are no incompatibleprograms running. To find the incompatible programs:Responsibility = System AdministratorGUI Navigation = Concurrent/Program/DefineQuery on GLPPOS in the Short Name field.Click on the Incompatibilities button.2) Change the profile "Concurrent Hold Request" to Yes.Responsibility = System AdministratorGUI Navigation = Profile/SystemQuery on the profile option 'Concurrent Hold Requests'.Set it to Yes at the User level and Save.3) Select a journal batch for posting. The request will be put on hold.Responsibility = General Ledger Super UserGUI Navigation = Journals/Post4) Go to the Concurrent Requests form and get the parameters for thePosting concurrent process.The parameters for posting are:set of books id
 
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chart of accounts idposting_run_id5) Run posting from the command line.$GL_TOP/bin/GLPPOS <username/pwd> 0 Y <parameters> X 2> <File name>Where: <username/pwd> : apps username and password<parameters> : The parameters for the program,separated by spaces. For NULL parametersyou need to specify closed double quotes ("").X : Indicates that you want to run the programin debug mode. This can be any character andis optional.2> <File name> : Use this to redirect standard errors andoutput to a file. File name is the outputfile name it will create. It will be createdin your current directory, if a full pathis not specified. This is optionalbut recommended.Example:If you go to the concurrent requests form and see in theParameters field: 1,101,2546, you would enter the following commandat the Unix prompt:$GL_TOP/bin/GLPPOS <username/pwd> 0 Y 1 101 2546 X 2> <myfile.txt>6) Change the profile option 'Concurrent Hold Requests' back to itsoriginal setting.Be sure to run the program from a directory for which you have writeprivileges. That is where the log and out files will be created.Also make sure that you are in the proper application environment.Here is an example of the command and the output you will see.FIN107>$GL_TOP/bin/GLPPOS apps/apps 0 Y 8 50128 84 2 2> njpost2.outDEBUG: started in debug_mode ......
 
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FIN107> lsL54536.log L54540.log O54536.out O54540.out njpost.out post.outL54538.logL54542.log O54538.out O54542.out njpost2.out testFIN107> more njpost2.outLog filename : L54542.logReport filename : O54542.outglpmai() fnd_user_id is -1glpmai() fnd_user_name is ANONYMOUSglpmai() req_id is 0glpmai() sob_id is 8etc.NOTE: In Release 11.5, selected General Ledger programs can be run in debugmode by setting the profile option 'GL: Debug Mode' to Yes at theappropriate level.These programs are:- GLCRVL - Revaluation- GLPPOS - Posting- GLTTRN - Translation- GLCCON - Consolidation Transfer- GLAMAS - Run MassAllocationsSee Note 232669.1: 'How To Run Selected General Ledger Programs In Debug Modein R11.5' for more information.Additional Search Words-----------------------Posting, unix, debug mode, GLPPOS, command line, General Ledger, GLPOST
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Cd $GL_TOPGLPPOS APPS/APPS 0 Y 2021 1000 50408 1561 X 2> POSTING.TXT

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