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Unreturned-Love-unrequited-love-31051500-320-224 – 2014-10 Shinnyo Buddhism Podcast – Love What is Love? A World of Delusions I Loved Him/Her: Why Didn’t He/She Love Me Back? Attractions and Attachments Subscribe to this Podcast (RSS) or iTunes From a WikiHow on the subject, Love is expressed as an action and experienced as a feeling. Yet, love has an essence that […] http://ow.ly/2P5QCo
- What is Love?
- A World of Delusions
- I Loved Him/Her: Why Didn’t He/She Love Me Back?
- Attractions and Attachments
From a WikiHow on the subject, Love is expressed as an action and experienced as a feeling. Yet, love has an essence that resists defining in any single way — it encompasses compassion, determination, tolerance, endurance, support, faith, and much more.
noun \ˈləv\ a (1) : strong affection for another…
In the stories about Mara, the lord of demons, one story tells that he sent three alluring and lovely enchantresses to Shakyamuni during his “sitting under a Bodhi tree” period (his early 30’s). He basically replies to their requests for attention with “…eventually everyone grows old and dies. If you base your attraction on something without permanence, eventually it will go away, and you will feel suffering.
Basically, since so much of our lives is spent trying to conquer and prevent something we fear (no money, no love, no food, no answers, etc.) until we accept simply the way things are and move forward from fears, we feel bad every time one of those needs and wants are left unfulfilled. Or conversely, we spend a lot of time and effort accumulating so much excess, that we ultimately are drinking water from a bucket with a hole in it (neverending desire.) This is why the human potential movement always stated, “you can only love someone else, if you love your Self, first.” Without appreciation and respect for what you are, all faults included, there’s still a hole in the bucket (Dear Liza, dear Liza… : from a very old folk song o/~)
Whether Erikson’s definition of a need for intimacy (versus isolation), or Maslow saying once you are sure you won’t die, you need friendship, intimacy and a sense of belonging, you can realize that all of these “needs” are based upon your own beliefs and perceptions. You either feel you have friends, or you don’t. You feel you have your fill of closeness to others, or you feel isolated. These psychological observations of our behavior are the continuing explanations of what ultimately stems from what you actually believe. We used to simplify this as “you are what you think.”
noun: /dɪˈluːʒən/ 1 : a belief that is not true : a false idea
From an interesting poem on the subject:
Since you are bound by delusion,
This world becomes full of restraints.
When you are enlightened,
You are free from boundaries wherever you may go.
Because there was no east nor west originally,
How could either north or south exist?
But as we know, having really good intentions and beliefs doesn’t really have any impact if you don’t DO something differently. This is the “actions speak louder than words… and also thoughts, wishes, hopes, dreams, inspirations, education, knowledge, understanding, et.al” concept. Remember the funny paradox of someone who proclaims, “I am humble.” — you either are, or you aren’t. Announcing the intention is an action that counters it. Try not to make the hole in the bucket any bigger as you try to fix it.
- not returned or reciprocated
Most painful of the emotions are those associated with emptiness. The key here is to learn to appreciate the absences, as well as the fulfillments. That sense of relief you get when you’ve worked really hard and finished off a great pile of work and savoring the lack of more to do is what you can nurture to bring your appreciation of every situation and circumstance to fruition. A song is more than the notes – it is also the silences between the notes.
Let’s say for example, you really care about someone. You give more of yourself to this other person than you ever thought possible. But the other person simply ignores the effort and walks away. The perceptions at play here are that you believed your emotional transfer to this other person was invaluable and priceless. The other person didn’t perceive the same value. So is the other person responsible for the pain and suffering you feel as a result of someone thinking your efforts are without worth? You still cannot change the other person; you can only change your expectations. This would be like offering English language lessons to someone who only speaks Swahili – unless there is a compelling reason to learn English, it really doesn’t have immediate perceived value. But when you come upon a person who really wants to learn, you become invaluable. Learning to see the true situation and lessening the coloration from your own expectations allows you to begin appreciating the truth, or the silence in-between the notes.
Or perhaps, your hopes for being valued were left unfulfilled – you were left thinking, “if that person was a good person, they would have noticed me and returned my affections.” Strangely enough, that’s like the person who studies religion, attends services regularly, and always talks to others about the way things should be, never noticing the imbalances and troubles in their own lives, nor working towards correcting those first. We can become attracted rather easily to delusions because our own minds are creatively empowered to imagine and dream. And yet, when those dreams become fantasy, we can become determined, or even obsessed towards something, or someone who is not what we want them to be. And the more we try to shape and mold our fantasy into what we think we want, our delusion becomes stronger. Try not to take your bucket of fresh water to the oceanside and toss it in, expecting that the ocean will become magically drinkable, especially if you keep doing it over and over again. That is truly an attachment to a delusion.
We also discussed this during the EM4APPS SIG Meeting
Originally posted on DBASolved:
Ok Folks, I’ve been here are Oracle Open World for a few days now. In that time, I’ve had numerous conversations about running Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c on Oracle Database 12c. I will be honest and say that I’ve enjoyed these conversations; however, after about the fourth time I decided I need to write a quick post on the explanation discussed in these conversations.
Early this year (August) I wrote a post about the what came out of the OEM CAB in May 2014 and how to get OEM 12c to work on DB12c. The concept of running OEM 12c on DB12c, pluggable or not, have many people excited and looking forward to configuring OEM to do that very configuration. Heck, I’ve even installed it for a few customers in that configuration (non-PDB). So I’m a bit sad in having to say this: ORACLE DATABASE 12c SUPPORT FOR…
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So you might have found it annoying
that your fuzzy new Android phone/tablet doesn’t like to connect to WiFi in certain places with the terms and conditions to accept before allowing you to connect.
For me and my Samsung S4 Mini, it turned out to be a minor issue with Chrome’s pop up blocking.
I opened another window and happened to be on the flysfo.com
website going through the Samsung instructions when I noticed the page suddenly changed and up popped the Accept Terms and Conditions page.
Accepted it and off I went on SFO Free WiFi (yea.)
You’ll also notice the screenshot shows the gateway address for their portal service: http://126.96.36.199/guest
– hitting that link may have helped, too.
- You’re registered as an OpenWorld Attendee.
- You’re either a prospect, customer, or goodwill contact for the host. That means you actually contact the host and ask to attend before OOW.
- You visit the host’s booth at OpenWorld in order to pick up whatever is required for entry and get to know what the host actually does.
- Do not just show up at the event and attempt to “crash” it – just spend your time at a regular OOW reception the same evening and you’ll still get plenty of party time.
- OOW Welcome Event, Sun 7-8:30p, Yerba Buena Gardens
- IOUG Member Appreciation/Embarcadero/IBM/DatAvail, Sun 6-8p, Johnny Foley’s Irish Pub
- Oracle Partner Network AfterDark Reception, Sun 7-10p, City View Lounge (Metreon)
- OOW OTN Tech Fest, Mon 7-9p, Yerba Buena Gardens (Empire of the Sun)
- Kaygen Cloud Apps Reception, Mon 5-8p, Consulate Rm @ Ritz Carlton
- CSS/DSI Engineering & Construction Reception, Mon 5:30-7:30p, Spanish Suite @ Clift Hotel
- TruGlobal CA, Mon 6-8p, The View (Marriott Marquis)
- DataIntensity CA, Mon 6-9p, W Hotel
- Zensar CA, Mon 6:15-9:30p, Osha Thai Restaurant and Bar (3rd)
- Redstone/Fishbowl Solutions WebCenter CA Reception, Monday 6:30-8:30p, Old Mint, Mint Plaza
- ADI Strategies CA, Mon 6:30-9:30p, Hard Water Bar
- InterRel CA, Mon 6:30-9:30p, Waterfront Restaurant
- YesSQL! Celebration of SQL and PL/SQL [CON9027], Mon 6:45-8p, Moscone S 103
- Sunera Tech CA, Mon 7-9p, Zero Zero
- Oracle Global CA, Mon 7-9p, Roe Restaurant
- IT Convergence CA (1 of 2), Mon 7-9p, Piperade Restaurant
- Performance Architects CA, Mon 7:45-10p, Bluestem Brasserie
- BizTech CA, Mon 8-11p, Johnny Foley’s Irish Pub
- Keste/Oracle Finance/Intel PowerDown CA, Monday 10p-2a, Velvet Room (Clift Hotel)
- ODTUG Oracle Forms Community Meetup, Tue 4:30-7p, Chevy’s (3rd)
- Excel4Apps/More4Apps/02Works CA, Tue 6-8p, Fang Restaurant
- RDX CA, Tue 6-8p, Luce Wine Restaurant
- Quest Member Appreciation/Rimini St/Elire/Velocity/ArcTools/Canon IIS, Tue 6-8:30p, ThirstyBear Brewing Co.
- Kaygen/Oracle MDM CA, Tue 6-9p, Americano Restaurant (Hotel Vitale)
- Oracle Linux CA, Tue 6-9p, St. Regis Hotel
- CSC CA, Tue 6:30-8:30p, 620 Jones
- Mythics CA, Tue 6:30-8:30p, Slide
- OOW CX Central, Tue 7-9p, Yerba Buena Gardens (Capital Cities)
- SuneraTech CA, Tue 7-9p, Pier 40 (Bay Cruise)
- IT Convergence CA (2 of 2), Tue 7-9p, Piperade Restaurant
- Hitachi Client & Partner Reception, Tuesday 7:30-9:30p, Temple Club (aka Ki)
- CSS, ApexIT, DSI, & Velocity, Tuesday 7:30-11:30p, Slim’s San Francisco (Conf Room Pilots)
- RedHat / JBoss, Tues 8-11p, 46 Minna
- Keste Cigar Bar, Tuesday 9p-2a, Cigar Bar
- CSS, ADI Strategies Agribusiness CA, Wed 4:00-6:30p, Bluestem Brasserie
- IT Convergence Happy Hour, Wed 4:30-6:30p, Bubble Lounge
- OOW Appreciation Event, Wed 7:30-12:00a, Treasure Island (Aerosmith, Macklemore & Lewis)
Visit all those vendors and make them feel welcomed this year!
And OakTable World is back again, at the Creativity Museum (this year, no pre-registration required).
Agenda for Oaktable World 2014, located at Creativity Museum, is
|time||Monday Sept 29||Tuesday Sept 30|
|8||(8:30 am) Mogens: welcome||Carlos Sierra: introducing edb360 tool|
|9||Riyaj Shamsudeen: in-memory internals||Kent Graziano: Worst Practices in DW Design|
|10||Chris Antognini: Indexes: Structure, Splits and Free Space Management Internals||Tanel Poder: Hacking Oracle 12c|
|11||Martin Bach: A deep dive into HCC internals and mechanics||Jeremiah Wilton: Oracle on EC2: You’re doing it wrong|
|12||ted talks||ted talks|
|1||Jonathan Lewis:Calculating Selectivity||Connor McDonald: clone db|
|2||Greg Rahn: The Current State of SQL + Hadoop||Frits Hoogland: Profiling the logwriter and database writer (with version 188.8.131.52 update)|
|3||Kevin Closson:SLOB – For More Than I/O!||Alex Gorbachev: Anomaly detection on performance data|
|4||Toon: Why DBMS’s Still Lack SQL Assertions Support (A polite excuse)||Karl Arao: Capacity Planning: SLAs, KPIs, Headroom, Expiry Date|
Ted Talks between noon and 1pm
|Eric Grancher: using ASH to understand IO issues||Jonah Harris: network protocal hacking making Oracle talk with MySQL|
|Jonathan Lewis: Breaking Exadata||Jonathan Lewis:Parallel Execution Plans|
|Jonathan Gennick: Seven Secrets in Publishing||Kent Graziano: Data Vault 2.0: using MD5 hash for change detection|
|Cary Millsap – The most important “trick” of performance instrumentation||Alex Gorbachev: DevOps|
Kerry Osborne: How to Hire World Class Oracle Dudes and Dudettes
2014-09 Shinnyo Buddhism Podcast – Attract or Avoid: Perceptions in Life http://ow.ly/2Nt59q
- Attraction and Emotion
- Avoid the Void
- The Nature of Perception
- It’s Still a Rock
- Revealing The Path
Do you believe there is a difference in strength between attraction and avoidance? Or to put it a colloquial way, which would win in a fight, being attracted to something/someone or avoiding it/them? Let’s take a look at some of the attributes of each and see how your own values line-up.
Attraction, as every similar form of influence, has both a positive and negative nature. The positive seems almost obvious, being a form of emotional enrichment and satisfaction. The negative qualities might be that attraction can negate objectivity and perspective. You can really like something that turns out to be really bad for you, or having a fondness for someone, which is either not returned in-kind (unrequited love, for example). Attraction could be considered a way of breaking away from patterns or repeating behavior, or conversely becoming stuck or addicted to the same — all because of the emotional triggers involved.
What about avoidance? At a number of levels, avoiding something or someone is related to safety and self-preservation. Avoidance triggers the “fight or flight” responses. We can become driven by preferences, which can block awareness or create limits in many ways. We might avoid foods, avoid traffic, and avoid confrontation to only become limited in our tastes, isolated from collective activities, and form barriers to our interactions with others. If left unchecked, avoidance can develop into fear, which has its own dire consequences.
Both attraction and avoidance are behaviors triggered by perceptions. Ultimately it is the action you take as the result of a perception that determines the positive or negative result. Do you realize that for someone to argue with you, they must care about you enough to want to influence your opinion? That’s a form of attraction, even though you may wish to avoid the argument.
At my work, my group often wonders why we receive so many of the service requests that seem completely out-of-scope for our group’s responsibilities. Then I noticed, we tend to be really quick and redirect the requests to the appropriate specialists, and don’t tend to let a lot of requests pile up in our queues. Our group is perceived to be able to handle the redirections gracefully, and even though we complain about having to do it, it turns out assignment to our group is the path of least resistance for the service operators. When assigned to other groups, the requests either get ignored (avoidance), or await for a customer to follow up before action is taken. Ours is handling everything efficiently, even though the only incentive (attraction) to us is to keep our waiting queue clean.
Enlightenment is often attributed with a greater awareness of the truth, reality or absolute nature (jpn. Shinnyo.) And inside this awareness, even the most basic ideas of good and bad are discovered to be also triggered by perception. In nurturing your mind to begin to see as-is, where-is, what-is instead of only seeing attractive and avoidable things, events and people, you start becoming aware of many things, including how diversity and uniqueness, are at the same time bound by identicality and commonality. Every rock, stone and pebble, regardless of size, shape or substance, can also simply be called a “rock.”
How many other adjectives are similarly driven by perceptions?
- Good and Bad/evil
- Right and Wrong
- Tasty and Yucky
- Best and Worst
- Friend and Foe
- Like and Dislike
- Famous and Anonymous
- Opportunity and Misfortune
As you continue along your life’s path with open eyes, mind and heart, think about what you perceive through your senses. Remember that we’ve had thousands of years of reminders about this same concept whether you called it The Law of Analogy, Positive Mental Attitude or are assessing Your Life IQ. You may discover one day that The Path is simply wherever you place your next step.
Which one is stronger? It all depends on your perception.
There are 2 basic routes:
The “short” process – re-run the post-clone config (adcfgclone.pl):
# Have to remove the existing FMW home because it will re-unzip a new one from the clone staging archive
applptch@aburpaofinm01 $> cd /u01/fs2
applptch@aburpaofinm01 $> ls
EBSapps FMW_Home inst
applptch@aburpaofinm01 $> ls -latr
drwxrwxr-x 8 applptch oinstall 4096 May 8 21:49 ..
drwxr-xr-x 5 applptch oinstall 4096 May 9 12:33 EBSapps
drwxr-xr-x 3 applptch oinstall 4096 Jul 16 15:30 inst
drwxr-xr-x 6 applptch oinstall 4096 Jul 16 15:41 .
drwxr-x— 13 applptch oinstall 4096 Jul 16 16:16 FMW_Home
applptch@aburpaofinm01 $> rm -rf FMW_HOME_BAK
# Check that the Oracle Homes are not in the OraInventory
# Or you will receive the error:
# Below Oracle Homes are already registered in the global inventory:
# Exiting Cloning…
# Ensure that the above Oracle Homes are unregistered from the global inventory “/u01/oraInventory/ContentsXML/inventory.xml” and re-run adcfgclone.pl script
# and remove the <HOME> through </HOME> entries for the 3 listed entries
# Begin the clone – needs the APPS password
applptch@aburpaofinm01 $> cd $COMMON_TOP/clone/bin
applptch@aburpaofinm01 $> perl adcfgclone.pl appsTier
The “long” process – by manually manipulating the admin account in the /u01/<fs#>/FMW_Home:
# Verify your Weblogic Environment home
applptch@aburpaofinm01 $> set | grep EBS
# Stop Weblogic
Weblogic Password: [anything because you don't know it]
# Set your environment
# Remove the existing LDIFT’s, boot.properties and LDAP directory
rm -rf $EBS_DOMAIN_HOME/security/DefaultAuthenticatorInit.ldift ; \
rm -rf $EBS_DOMAIN_HOME/servers/AdminServer/security/boot.properties ; \
rm -rf $EBS_DOMAIN_HOME/servers/oacore_server?/security/boot.properties ; \
rm -rf $EBS_DOMAIN_HOME/servers/forms_server?/security/boot.properties ; \
rm -rf $EBS_DOMAIN_HOME/servers/oafm_server?/security/boot.properties ; \
rm -rf $EBS_DOMAIN_HOME/servers/forms-c4ws_server?/security/boot.properties ; \
rm -rf $EBS_DOMAIN_HOME/servers/oaea_server?/security/boot.properties ; \
rm -rf $EBS_DOMAIN_HOME/servers/AdminServer/data/nodemanager/boot.properties ; \
rm -rf $EBS_DOMAIN_HOME/servers/AdminServer/data/ldap
# Start AdminServer from command line manually
cd $EBS_DOMAIN_HOME ;\
# Enter new credentials as above
<Sep 16, 2014 4:58:09 PM PDT> <Info> <Security> <BEA-090065> <Getting boot identity from user.>
Enter username to boot WebLogic server:weblogic
Enter password to boot WebLogic server:
Change NodeManager password
Log in to the WebLogic Administration console.
Click the Lock & Edit button.
In the left panel, click on the EBS Domain link.
Select the Security tab.
Click on the ‘Advanced’ link.
Edit the ‘Node Manager password’ field and set it to the new WebLogic Server password. The password should be same as set in Step 3.
Edit the ‘Confirm NodeManager Password’ field and set it to the new WebLogic Server password. The password should be same as set in Step 3.
Save and activate the changes.
Shut down AdminServer from the console. For the first time, AdminServer has to be stopped from the Admin console. Follow these steps:
Log in to the WebLogic Administration console.
Shut down AdminServer.
Shut down NodeManager using the normal AD script.
Copy the boot.properties file for all managed servers.
cp $EBS_DOMAIN_HOME/servers/AdminServer/data/nodemanager/boot.properties \
The EBS WebLogic Server domain password has now been changed, and all servers can now be started using the normal AD scripts.
To start AdminServer:
# Start it all back up again
Weblogic Password: [weblogic pwd]
Now your password change is complete (or at least you can get back into your Admin Console).
# Clone the working result from the run filesystem to the patch filesystem
$ adop phase=fs_clone
** Based upon a regular WebLogic post by:
**And an R12.2 version by:
Must keep up with OEM 12c Grid Control updates…
Originally posted on Maaz Anjum's Blog:
With the new release of Enterprise Manager, I upgraded my 184.108.40.206.0 installation successfully using the superb documentation here. It is however, important to note that the post-steps are also important. For example, upgrading (at the very least) the Management Agent on the OMS host, and de-installation of the old-OMS home. Gokhan Atil wrote a good post on the actual upgrade process which is available on his blog.
Management Agent Upgrade on the OMS Host:
The upgrade process for agents has not changed since EM’s previous 12c releases.
1. Navigate to the “Upgrade Agents” link under the Setup -> Manage Cloud Control menu.
2. Select the agent(s) for the OMS Hosts and click “OK”.
3. With the Agents selected, click on “Submit”. You have the option to override the “Privileged Credentials” to run the root.sh script.
4. The submitted job takes a few minutes before it completes (hopefully successfully!).
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We’ll be at OpenWorld 2014 in San Francisco on User Group Sunday, September 28 (Session Time Mostone West – 3003; 15:30 – 16:15): SIG9177 – OAUG Enterprise Manager for Applications SIG Meeting
LinkedIn Discussion Forum created by consensus of the attendees:
One of the key debugging actions taken is the steps related to My Oracle Support (support.oracle.com) article:
R12: Forms Runtime Diagnostics (FRD), Tracing And Logging For Forms In Oracle Applications ( Doc ID 438652.1 )
From this screenshot, you can see that the Forms Server is actually successfully launching (that’s why you can see the Navigator and Menu Bar), but something is not populating the actual session-related information (the menu items, the functions available,etc.)
Turned out to be incorrect settings for the UTL_FILE_DIR parameter for the database which had been set using an online ALTER SYSTEM SET command, but would not show up until the database was re-started. (nb UTL_FILE_DIR is notoriously picky about quotes and commas for multiple directories being specified.) The ALTER command should appear as (for 11g):
SQL> alter system set UTL_FILE_DIR=’dir1′,’dir2′,’dir3′
But often someone uses the following (which used to work in 8i, 9i, but is now invalid):
SQL> alter system set UTL_FILE_DIR=’dir1,dir2,dir3′
Once the DB was restarted, it ended up with an incorrect UTL_FILE_DIR parameter and was unable to write the session flag files to the expected temporary directory (usually APPLPTMP).
One of the DB Trace files produced during the attempt to login included:
/* Section below shows AXF framework extensions are in-use */
WAIT #47660147519768: nam=’SQL*Net message to client’ ela= 1 driver id=1952673792 #bytes=1 p3=0 obj#=-1 tim=1408123870528942
STAT #47660147519768 id=1 cnt=1 pid=0 pos=1 obj=799475 op=’TABLE ACCESS FULL AXF_CONFIGS (cr=14 pr=0 pw=0 time=64 us cost=5 size=20 card=1)’
WAIT #47660147519768: nam=’SQL*Net message from client’ ela= 758 driver id=1952673792 #bytes=1 p3=0 obj#=-1 tim=1408123870530064
/* This appears to be a Session Date/Time check */
PARSING IN CURSOR #47660147509432 len=67 dep=0 uid=173 oct=3 lid=173 tim=1408123870540535 hv=1198194657 ad=’c576482b8′ sqlid=’apkw4m53qpzz1′
SELECT TO_CHAR (SYSDATE , ‘MM-DD-YYYY HH24:MI:SS ‘ ) FROM DUAL
END OF STMT
WAIT #47660147509432: nam=’SQL*Net message to client’ ela= 7 driver id=1952673792 #bytes=1 p3=0 obj#=-1 tim=1408123870549410
STAT #47660147509432 id=1 cnt=1 pid=0 pos=1 obj=0 op=’FAST DUAL (cr=0 pr=0 pw=0 time=1 us cost=2 size=0 card=1)’
WAIT #47660147509432: nam=’SQL*Net message from client’ ela= 528 driver id=1952673792 #bytes=1 p3=0 obj#=-1 tim=1408123870566111
/* This is how Servlets are tracking Sessions to Users when connections are switched to other middle-tier hosts – little session flag files being placed via UTL_FILE */
PARSING IN CURSOR #47660147514600 len=63 dep=0 uid=173 oct=3 lid=173 tim=1408123870566333 hv=3366187836 ad=’c4ec76ae0′ sqlid=’axark7b4a7wtw’
SELECT VALUE FROM V$PARAMETER WHERE NAME = ‘utl_file_dir’ <——-
END OF STMT
WAIT #47660147514600: nam=’SQL*Net message to client’ ela= 1 driver id=1952673792 #bytes=1 p3=0 obj#=-1 tim=1408123870566552
STAT #47660147514600 id=1 cnt=1 pid=0 pos=1 obj=0 op=’HASH JOIN (cr=0 pr=0 pw=0 time=7812 us cost=3 size=54 card=1)’
STAT #47660147514600 id=2 cnt=1 pid=1 pos=1 obj=0 op=’FIXED TABLE FULL X$KSPPI (cr=0 pr=0 pw=0 time=2171 us cost=1 size=36 card=1)’
STAT #47660147514600 id=3 cnt=2752 pid=1 pos=2 obj=0 op=’FIXED TABLE FULL X$KSPPCV (cr=0 pr=0 pw=0 time=3758 us cost=1 size=49536 card=2752)’
WAIT #47660147514600: nam=’SQL*Net message from client’ ela= 890 driver id=1952673792 #bytes=1 p3=0 obj#=-1 tim=1408123870576789
RPC CALL:FUNCTION SYS.UTL_FILE.FOPEN(LOCATION IN VARCHAR2, FILENAME IN VARCHAR2, OPEN_MODE IN VARCHAR2, MAX_LINESIZE IN BINARY_INTEGER) RETURN FILE_TYPE;
bind 0: dty=1 bfp=2b58be1c3ff8 flg=08 avl=46 mxl=32767 val=”/prodarmk/inst/apps/PRODARMK_ascopofinm01/temp”<———–
bind 1: dty=1 bfp=2b58be1b3ff8 flg=08 avl=22 mxl=32767 val=”YOUNGA2_MASTER_LOG.txt”
After the UTL_FILE_DIR setting was corrected, and the database re-started, Forms Launching worked correctly again.
However, there are dozens of other causes of this type of Forms Freeze issue. Some of the other things we had to rule out were:
- Recompile APPS Schema
- Recompile Forms executables
- Regenerate JAR files
- Recompile menus
- Recompile flexfields
Recompile Forms Server Binaries:
- cd $ORACLE_HOME/forms/lib; make -f ins_forms.mk sharedlib
- cd $ORACLE_HOME/forms/lib; make -f ins_forms.mk install
- adrelink.sh force=y “fnd fndfmxit.so”
- adrelink.sh force=y “fnd fndrwxit.so”
Verify APPS password and FND_ORACLE_USERID encryption.
Verify APPLSYSPUB connectivity.
Verify Forms Server launch operations manually using DBC