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How to find Db Version >> Connect to database as user apps SQL> select * from v$version; Output like Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 188.8.131.52.0 - 64bit Production PL/SQL Release 184.108.40.206.0 - Production CORE 220.127.116.11.0 Production TNS for Linux: Version 18.104.22.168.0 - Production NLSRTL Version 22.214.171.124.0 - Production How to find APPS FILE Version >> Connect to database as user apps
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AF.APP_SHORT_NAME AP_SHORT ,AF.FILENAME ,AFV.FILE_VERSION_ID ,AFV.FILE_ID ,AFV.VERSION ,AFV.CREATION_DATE ,AFV.LAST_UPDATE_DATE AD_FILES AF ,AD_FILE_VERSIONS AFV AF.FILE_ID = AFV.FILE_ID AF.FILENAME LIKE 'PNQLEASE.fmb' BY AFV.LAST_UPDATE_DATE DESC
How to find Apps Version (11i/R12/12i) >> Connect to database as user apps SQL> select release_name from apps.fnd_product_groups; Output like 12.0.4 or 126.96.36.199 Web Server/Apache or Application Server in Apps 11i/R12 >> Log in as Application user, set environment variable and run below query $IAS_ORACLE_HOME/Apache/Apache/bin/httpd -version Output for 11i should be like Server version: Oracle HTTP Server Powered by Apache/1.3.19 (Unix) Server built: Jan 26 2005 11:06:44 (iAS 188.8.131.52.2 rollup 5) Output for R12 should be like Server version: Oracle-Application-Server-10g/10.1.3.0.0Oracle-HTTP-Server Server built: Dec 4 2006 14:44:38 Forms & Report version (aka developer 6i) in 11i >> Log in as Application user, set environment variable and run below query $ORACLE_HOME/bin/f60run | grep Version | grep Forms output like Forms 6.0 (Forms Runtime) Version 184.108.40.206.2 (Production) Check fourth character in version 25 which means Forms 6i patchset 16 (25-9) Forms & Report version in R12/12i >> Log in as Application user, set environment variable and run below query $ORACLE_HOME/bin/rwrun | grep Release Output should be like Report Builder: Release 10.1.2.2.0 You can safely ignore warnings Oracle Jinitiator in 11i/R12/12i >> Log in as Application user, set environment variable and run below query grep jinit_ver_comma $CONTEXT_FILE (Default is Java Plug-In for R12/12i ) Oracle Java Plug-in in 11i/R12/12i >>
*.) Version (coming soon.jsp output for both should look like $Header OA.5.) Version 5.pll is in $AU_TOP/resource and to find its version check adident Header $AU_TOP/resource/<filename>.21 means 115.7 Version 5. Output like 2.pld 115.6.pll | grep -i header FDRCSID(‟$Header: IGSAU012.26 means OA OA OA OA OA OA Framework Framework Framework Framework Framework Framework Version (coming soon.pld are source code of *.1 2004/04/01 05:40:18 appldev ship $‟).Production on thu sep 11 11:08:12 2008 Copyright (c) 1982.1.1 . set environment variable and run below query grep plugin $CONTEXT_FILE File Version on file system >> adident Header <filename> or strings <file_name> | grep Header Here adident is AD Utility (Oracle Apps) and strings is Unix utility Version of pld file >> *.6E Version 5. All rights reserved. set environment variable and run below query $ORACLE_HOME/bin/disc4ws | grep -i Version Discoverer Version for 11i or R12 (10g AS) >> Check under Application Server Section as 10g AS Discoverer is on standalone Workflow Version with Apps >> Connect to Database as apps user SQL> select TEXT Version from WF_RESOURCES where NAME = „WF_VERSION‟. OA Framework Version >> http:// hostname.115100. Log in as Application user.pld 115.wwc_version$..6.60 means 115.0 Oracle Single Sign On >> Connect to database which holds SSO repository SQL>select version from orasso.1.domainName:port/OA_HTML/OAInfo.60 2006/03/31 00:47:28 atgops1 noship $ 120.jsp adident Header $OA_HTML/OA.Log in as Application user.0 means workflow version 2. 2006 Oracle.115100.36 means 115..27 means 115. Oracle Internet Directory >> There are two component in OID (Software/binaries & Schema/database) To find software/binary version $ORACLE_HOME/bin/oidldapd -version output should look like oidldapd: Release 10.2E Discoverer Version for 11i (3i or 4i) >> Log in as Application user.1 2004/04/01 05:40:18 appldev ship $ or strings $AU_TOP/resource/<filename>.pll which are inturn source of *.) Version (coming soon.pll: $Header IGSAU012.jsp (Only for 11i). set environment variable and run below query adident Header $FND_TOP/html/OA.plx.pll IGSAU012.56 means 115. To find Schema Version/ database use ldapsearch -h <hostname> -p <port> -D “cn=orcladmin” -w “<password>” -b “” \ -s base “objectclass=*” orcldirectoryversion .jsp 115..1.4.0.
0.1.fmx) or reports (rdf) . AOC4J (Oracle Container for J2EE) Set ORACLE_HOME cd $ORACLE_HOME/j2ee/home java -jar oc4j. Database Component I) Oracle Database To find database version SQL> select * from v$version.ds_attrstore where entryid = 1 and attrname = „orcldirectoryversion‟.fnd_product_Groups.and output should be like version: 1 dn: orcldirectoryversion: OID 10.wwc_version$. or All component version in database $ORACLE_HOME/OPatch/opatch lsinventory -detail Oracle Enterprise Manager >> Metalink Note 605398.1 or run following query in database SQL> select attrval from ods.SCHEMA_VERSIONS. Discoverer) check from database SQL> select * from ias_versions. Output should be like OID 10.0.1 Application Server >> Oracle Application Server (Prior to Oracle WebLogic Server) If application server is registered in database (Portal.jar -version Oracle Portal >> SQL> select version from portal.4.4.1 How to to find the version of the main EM components Unix Operating System Solaris -> cat /etc/release Red Hat Linux -> cat /etc/redhat-release ================================================================== Version of Oracle Applications You may never need this but in case you are looking at a new environment then the simplest way to figure out your application version is by navigating to Help-> About Oracle Applications from any of the forms sessions. Or Connect as apps user select release_name from apps.1. or SQL>select * from INTERNET_APPSERVER_REGISTRY. Version of Applications Forms (fmb.
jsp Note: OA.jsp Option 2 adident Header %FND_TOP%/html/OA.zip Or http://.jsp should be of the same version in both the places Version of Application Product or Patch Set Level.:port/OA_HTML/OAInfo. while or after raising your service request.jsp file to add the following line .classpath that is pointing to the jdbc zip file /u01/oracle/viscomn/java/jdbc14.To find the version of any oracle applications files strings -a ICQTYED.fmx | grep Header Alternatively you can also use the adident command adident Header ICQTYED. edit the jserv.properties file located in the iAS_ ORACLE_HOME/Apache/Jserv/etc directory Locate the wrapper.jsp Look for String ” JDBC driver version” under Connection String Version of Apache Go to the $iAS/Apache/Apache/bin directory and enter the following command: $ httpd -version Version Of The OA Framework To find out the version of your Oracle appplication Framework Option 1 http://.fmx Version of a Java class File To find the version of a java class file $ strings | grep '$Header' Version of JDBC In your middle tier. Version of Discoverer cd $APPL_TOP/admin grep -I s_disco_ver_comma **xml Version of OJSP Log in to the application server as the applmgr user cd $OA_HTML edit the jtflogin.jsp adident Header %OA_HTML%/OA. One of the most common things you will asked by your support engineer is the version or commonly known as the patch set level of your Oracle Applications product.:port/OA_HTML/jsp/fnd/aoljtest. select patch_level from fnd_product_installations where patch_level like '%AD%'. You can query this by logging on to your application database as the apps user.
Using a text editor. and change to the OA_HTML directory.put_line(check_message).jsp OJSP Version: 1. create a file called test.2 Version of JSP Log on to your HTTP Server node. if portal_user is not null then execute immediate 'select version from '||portal_user||'. exception when no_data_found then null.getouvalue(''PORTAL'') from dual' into portal_user. end if.jsp from your browser http://vis. begin execute immediate 'select user_name from fnd_user where user_name like upper('''||portal_user||''')' into portal_user_name.0.9. end.wwc_version$.getouvalue(’PORTAL’) from dual. dbms_output. using the URL: http://[your web server]:[your port]/OA_HTML/test.1 or begin execute immediate 'select fnd_oracle_schema. VERSION ——————————————————————————– 3.3.jsp with only the following line: Access this JSP from a web browser.1.GETOUVALUE(’PORTAL’) ——————————————————————————– PORTAL30 <= to retrieve the portal user select version from PORTAL30.OJSP Version: clear your cache and bounce your apache server soruce the jtflogin. check_message := ' [PASS] Your Applications database contains Portal version: '||portal_ver.wwc_version$' into portal_ver.8.com:8000/OA_HTML/jtflogin.5.jsp <!--[if !supportLineBreakNewLine]--><!--[endif]--> Version of Portal select fnd_oracle_schema. exception when others then . FND_ORACLE_SCHEMA.oneapps.
XML_VERSION -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Oracle XDK Java 9. .null . end if. exception when others then null .class file.wwc_version$' into sso_ver.class.XMLVersion() XML_VERSION 2 from sys.6.4. exception when no_data_found then null.getouvalue(''LOGINSERVER'') from dual' into sso_user. VERSION -------------------------------------------------------------------------------2.put_line(check_message). You can find out the version for your XML publisher from the output of your report or from MetaInfo.0. $OA_JAVA/oracle/apps/xdo/common/MetaInfo.dual.0.0 Version of Oracle Login Server begin execute immediate 'select fnd_oracle_schema.0 Production Version of XML Publisher To check weather XML publisher is installed or not you can query the FND_PRODUCT_INSTALLATIONS table or you can lookup the reports in Oracle Applications Manager. Version of XML Parser You can find out the version of your XML Parser using the following query SQL> select WF_EVENT_XML. end. if sso_user is not null then execute immediate 'select version from '||sso_user||'. check_message := ' [PASS] Your Applications database contains Login Server version: '||sso_ver. dbms_output. Version of WorkFlow You can find out the version of your workflow using the following query SQL> select TEXT Version from WF_RESOURCES 2 where TYPE = 'WFTKN' and NAME = 'WF_VERSION'. end. begin execute immediate 'select user_name from fnd_user where user_name like upper('''||sso_user||''')' into sso_user_name. end.
sql The version will be in a line that starts with 'REM $Header'.rdf | grep Header SQL more sqlscript. This should be helpful while patching the applications. adident Header executable (Ex.sql Ex. adident Header RACUST) strings -a executable | grep Header (Ex. Use the following information for the appropriate file type.class | grep Header Get ALL of the product specific file versions. select Help.fmb | grep Revision Use \Help Version Or Help. grep '$Head' sqlscript.sql BIN or EXECUTABLE An executable in the bin directory will contain numerous C code modules. Get ALL file versions contained in the executable. adident Header executable (Ex. each with its own version. sharing the way of finding the correct version of Oracle Applicatins file version of different component. strings -a ARBARL. A Collection of class file versions from the directory where the classfile exists in a command prompt run the following: strings -a Classname. strings -a executable | grep 'Header: product_short_name' cd $FND_TOP/bin strings -a WFLOAD | grep 'Header: afspc' Get only the version of a specified module. and should be one of the first lines in the . adident Header ARXTWLIN. strings -a RACUST | grep Header) 3. In this post.fmx strings -a form. Get ALL of the product specific file versions.frm | grep Revision Ex.================================================================================================ How To Find Oracle Application File Versions. more ARTACELO.rdf strings -a report.rdf Ex. About Oracle Applications REPORT cd $AR_TOP/reports adident adident Header report. adident Header ARBARL. but the difference is what you grep for. Get only the version of a specified module. strings -a RACUST | grep Header) 2.rdf | grep Header Ex.sql file. All of the following examples use ident or strings. FORM adident cd $AR_TOP/forms/US Ex. adident Header RACUST) strings -a executable | grep Header (Ex. cd $AU_TOP/forms/US strings -a POXPOVCT. About Oracle Reports. grep '$Head' ARTACELO. . strings -a executable | grep module ORACLE REPORTS From the form. strings -a RAXTRX | grep raaurt) 4. strings -a executable | grep module (Ex. 1.sql Ex.
Or Help. You will get a string that tells you the PL/SQL version and data . About Oracle Applications 3. Get into SQL*Plus using any userid/password.RDBMS 1. Use \Help Version 2.
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