Collecting Disconnected Mode OCM data for e-Business Suite R12.2
per MOS Document ID 1447334.1 - Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2: Release Notes for Oracle Configuration Manager
This method is used whenever your EBS instance is behind a firewall and no proxy server is available to reach the OCM collector end-point (ccr.oracle.com)
The reason you want to use OCM is not only because it provides a complete catalog of your Oracle software versions, modules and plug-ins, so that they can easily be associated with a Service Request (SR) instead of the analyst asking for every RDA script being run for every component in your application and database.
It also enables the full functionality of that Systems Tab in My Oracle Support (buried just above your Settings menu) that allows you to do light versions of lifecycle management comparisons (such as what the instance looked like 2 weeks ago versus now) without having to own the OEM Lifecycle Management license. It comes compliments of your support agreement.
This also enables the full functionality of the patch and security recommendations section vital towards identifying high priority one-off patches specific to your particular configuration and platform.
Basically, instead of having a cron job periodically automatically upload the configurations to ccr.oracle.com, you will be creating the same staged configuration file, but uploading it to your Customer Support Identifier (CSI) via a Draft Service Request (SR) or a currently Open SR via the File Attachment... feature of the SRs.
In the background of MOS is a managed file transfer handler that looks for the specifically named "ocmconfig.jar" files and when detected, route them over to the Configuration Manager engine for automatic uploading to your CSI account.
While not as convenient as the automatic cron method, for those of use with no direct internet connectivity to ccr.oracle.com, our OEM and MOS functionalities become quite limited if the configurations aren't present under our CSI's.e.g. ORACLE_BASE=/u01/app/oracle
# Oracle DB Home cd $ORACLE_HOME unset ORACLE_CONFIG_HOME export JAVA_HOME=$ORACLE_HOME/jdk cd $ORACLE_HOME/ccr # Clear prior CCR installation, if required. rm -rf $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/* cd $ORACLE_HOME unzip <patch_stage_dir>/p5567658_<ver>_<platform>.zip cd $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/bin # Run setupCCR in Disconnected mode ./setupCCR -s -d # Create ORACLE_OCM user and related grants . $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/admin/scripts/installCCRSQL.sh collectconfig -s <SID> -r SYS # Additional grants for APPS EBS Collector . $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/admin/scripts/installCCRSQL.sh ebs_collectconfig -u <APPSUSERNAME> # Run the collection and generate the ocmconfig.jar cd $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/bin ./emCCR collect # ocmconfig.jar location $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/hosts/$HOSTNAME/state/upload # Oracle 10.1.2 iAS Home . $ORACLE_BASE/EBSapps.env run export ORACLE_HOME=$ORACLE_HOME export ORACLE_CONFIG_HOME=$INST_TOP/ora/10.1.2 export JAVA_HOME=$ORACLE_HOME/jdk # Remove prior OCM config, if needed rm -rf $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/* rm -rf $ORACLE_CONFIG_HOME/ccr/* cd $ORACLE_HOME unzip <patch_stage_dir>/p5567658_<ver>_<platform>.zip # Bugfix specific to HP-UX Itanium - verify file permissions to execute chmod 754 $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/bin/deployPackages chmod 754 $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/bin/emSnapshotEnv cd $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/bin ./setupCCR -s -d # Disconnected mode # Run the collection and generate the ocmconfig.jar cd $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/bin ./emCCR collect # ocmconfig.jar location $INST_TOP/ora/10.1.2/ccr/state/upload #Repeat for patch filesystem; . $ORACLE_BASE/EBSapps.env patch # Oracle FMW WebLogic Home # source the Domain environment . $ORACLE_BASE/EBSapps.env run . $EBS_DOMAIN_HOME/bin/setDomainEnv.sh export ORACLE_HOME=$FMW_HOME/utils export ORACLE_CONFIG_HOME=$INST_TOP/ora/FMW # Remove prior OCM config, if needed rm -rf $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/* rm -rf $ORACLE_CONFIG_HOME/ccr/* cd $ORACLE_HOME unzip <patch_stage_dir>/p5567658_<ver>_<platform>.zip # Bugfix specific to HP-UX Itanium - verify file permissions to execute chmod 754 $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/bin/deployPackages chmod 754 $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/bin/emSnapshotEnv cd $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/bin ./setupCCR -s -d # Disconnected mode # Run the collection and generate the ocmconfig.jar cd $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/bin ./emCCR collect # ocmconfig.jar location $INST_TOP/FMW/ccr/state/upload #Repeat for patch filesystem; . $ORACLE_BASE/EBSapps.env patch # Upload all of your ocmconfig.jar files (can be named uniquely - e.g. mydbocmconfig.jar) per MOS Document ID 763142.1 - How to upload the collection file ocmconfig.jar to My Oracle Support for Oracle Configuration Manager (OCM) running in Disconnected Mode.
# Also can ZIP up all of them at once and upload them to your Draft SR (or current open SR as long as you're happy with the CSI (Customer Support Identifier) that will receive the new configurations.
# Trick is have the string "ocmconfig" and .jar as the extension of each file
Have fun with your new Systems tab in My Oracle Support!
2016-07 July Shinnyo Podcast Getting Enlightenment – 2016-07 July Shinnyo Podcast Getting Enlightenment Gotta Catch Them All Living with Hungry Spirits Losing My Marbles Alternative Reality The New Cycle Awakens Subscribe to this Podcast (RSS) or iTunes or via Flipboard Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering. — Yoda … Continue reading 2016-07 July Shinnyo Podcast Getting Enlightenment → http://ow.ly/xTtN502swxn
Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering. — Yoda
But there is more. Suffering leads to desire. Desire leads to attachment. Attachment leads to attainment. Attainment leads to loss. Loss leads to fear. And the cycle continues.
Augmented Reality has been around awhile, but until the little Nintendo game came up this week that shadows Foursquare’s original check-in GPS technology (leading to 4SQ points, badges and virtual hierarchies of achievement), with the connection to the popular collect-until-infinity game Pokemon, we didn’t see people walking distracted into moving traffic, getting mugged and robbed by wandering where they shouldn’t, nor putting themselves in the beyond-selfie dangerous places.
People’s desire for things they don’t have (yet) was described in the original Buddhist depiction of hungry spirits (jpn. Gakido or skt. Preta-gati) as the realm of existence that one finds a mere level above Hell itself. (Shinnyo et.al describes ten realms of existence – six lower ones are consumed by desire or earthly limits, and 4 realms of heavenly or getting closer to Nirvana existence.) The difference between a human and a hungry spirit is that a human has the ability or will to say “no” to desire (the spirit is kind of perpetually suffering from desire unless it transcends.)
But in my depiction of the odd cycle of fear described above, you might see how an incidence of any kind of violence, intentional or not, tends to lead oneself into the cycle, and has a relatively predictable outcome, despite rejecting the original emotion that triggered it. I remember this as a child when some other child took a marble from me (one of those “I know it was there a moment ago – Hey! Give that back! That’s mine!” moments.) While I didn’t fear losing that one marble, within six months I had started carrying around this 5lb (2kg) sack of marbles, which I’m sure provided great strength training, but was eminently impractical, especially for actually playing marble games. Maybe that was my own little sack of karma.
Marbles back then, human lives now. I was reflecting to my life in the 80’s when our President and his staff dealt with an amazing number of fear factors all during the decade – financial ruin, insider trading, junk bonds, deregulation, AIDS, the Cold War, Iran-Contra, technology boom, Yuppies. We responded by buying guns, putting on Walkman earphones, and going online. Maybe VR and AR are just a lead-in to realization of the world of Tommy (don’t hear, speak or see… happy, safe and secure)
But there are always those who, for whatever reason, decide to open their eyes, listen carefully, and speak up. Their fear is transformed into compassion. Compassion leading to caring. Caring leading to love. Love leading to enrichment. Enrichment leading to embracement. Embracement leading to freedom. Freedom leading to acceptance. And acceptance leading to enlightenment. And thus, a new infinite single-ended cycle begins.
/* That’s it for this session. Thank you for listening. For more information feel free to e-mail me at jlui at jlui dot net, or twitter @jhlui1 With Gassho, James*/
Arrived this morning as a free sample from Influenster (the consumer product survey and test market company) a little late for the 4th of July fireworks sounding like open warfare all night long, the makers of NyQuil have produced a new version of a gel cap called ZzzQuil (Vicks).
What it is: 25mg of Diphenhydramine HCL – better known as Benadryl (the anti-histamine), the FDA has also qualified this particular pharmaceutical for sleep assistance use in addition to its more conventional use as an anti-histamine.
As a sleep-aid, Diphenydramine is also the key active ingredient in other sleep aid formulations, such as Sominex (Prestige Brands) , Unisom (Chattem), and Nytol (Glaxo Klein Barney.)
Anyone who has taken Benadryl or any other DPH-based anti-histamine has probably experienced the drowsiness that is brought on by the DPH effects. Some of the formulations used for anti-histamine application include stimulants, such as caffeine, or maca to counteract these effects. Other forumulations, such as Tylenol PM, or Unisom, actually double the dosage to 50mg to have a “faster” onset effect.
This is simply Vicks introducing, a non-pain relieving formulation of its already popular NyQuil product line, excluding the acetominaphen (pain relief), and dextromethorphan (anti cough/anti mucus) components to bring a Proter & Gamble version of the product to market with a recognizable brand behind it. We’ll see if the pricing is any more aggressive for the formulation – but bottom-line, DPH makes you sleepy, quite fast.
If you Care a Little More, Things Happen. Bees can be dangerous. Always wear protective clothing when approaching or dealing with bees. Do not approach or handle bees without proper instruction and training.