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How To Get Those Customizations to Work Correctly with Oracle EBS R12.2 Editioning (EBR)

Oracle e-Business Suite R12.2 Overview of Edition-Based Redefinition (EBR) in 11gR2 databases.
Oracle e-Business Suite R12.2 Overview of Edition-Based Redefinition (EBR) in 11gR2 databases.

Creating a new view based upon the AP.AP_SUPPLIERS table to reside in a new XXCUSTOMSCHEMA.

If you attempt the simple:

create or replace force view XXCUSTOMSCHEMA.AP_SUPPLIER_NEW_V
FROM ap.ap_suppliers ;

It works, but your data and table definition may change whenever patching editions are in-play.

If you attempt to just reference the editioned object instead:

create or replace force view XXCUSTOMSCHEMA.AP_SUPPLIER_NEW_V
FROM ap.ap_suppliers# /* or the preferred apps.ap_suppliers synonym */

You will receive the ominous ORA-38818: illegal reference to editioned object error message.

What’s missing? The XXCUSTOMSCHEMA isn’t recognized as an edition-friendly schema by Oracle’s e-Business Suite (nor the database), yet.

Create your XXCUSTOMSCHEMA in the usual way:

identified by (password)
default tablespace USERS
temporary tablepace TEMP
profile DEFAULT
account UNLOCK;

/* as APPS user */


/* as SYSTEM user */

alter session set current_schema=APPS;

/* Create your SELECT grants to the editioned objects as APPS user */

grant select on ap.ap_suppliers#  to XXCUSTOMSCHEMA;

/* Create your custom view referencing the APPS synonym – which points to the editioned object */

create or replace force view XXCUSTOMSCHEMA.AP_SUPPLIER_NEW_V
FROM apps.ap_suppliers ;

This is the same process when creating procedures and functions with the usual caveat that unless it’s a 12c database, you cannot create materialized views on the editioned objects.

For the 11gR2 EBS users, you would stick with the existing non-editioned table object reference:

SELECT aps.vendor_id, aps.vendor_name
FROM ap.ap_suppliers aps;

/* The owning schema for the materialized view must have CREATE TABLE, VIEW AND INDEX privileges on the destination tablespace */

Setup and Install the Oracle EBS Integrated SOA Gateway for R12.2.x

1317697.1Functional Diagram of the Integrated SOA Gateway in Oracle e-Business Suite

Registering the Integrated SOA Gateway included in the Oracle E-Business Suite R12.2.x instances is actually reasonably simple, but the documents make it sound much worse than it really is, simply by being several hundred pages of documentation.

The reason to do this is to expose the RESTful services interface for EBS so that other web applications can do useful things, such as check usernames for validity, lookup business process (workflow) statuses, and even query for completion of processes, such as concurrent programs.  The built-in library of accessable Services is quite vast and enables lots of interconnectivity with other applications.

This is also useful if you happen to be extending the application using the Mobile Application Framework, which allows you to build custom applications for mobile devices that access all the various EBS functionalities.

NOTE:1311068.1 – Installing Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway, Release 12.2
NOTE:1317697.1 – Oracle E-Business Suite Integrated SOA Gateway Troubleshooting Guide, Release 12.2

Before commencing, have the following prepared:
Unlock the ASADMIN (FND_USER) account and set the password so that it can login without a change password challenge (no expiry. required.
APPS password
Weblogic password
IP Address of ApplTier Host
Ports for ApplTier Host (both base port and WLS console – e.g. 8000 7001)
Your base port is the one in your usual EBS URL and the WLS console URL can be determined via Oracle Application Manager in the Site Map link for Weblogic Administration.
Services will be interrupted by bounce twice (2X) during installation.
Installation takes about 45 minutes to complete.

====================================  Start of SOA Integration Steps
#Register new Internal SOA Gateway Configuration

itsrv33m [/export/home/dbausr/oradev] ant -f $JAVA_TOP/oracle/apps/fnd/txk/util/txkSoaConfigUtility.xml
Buildfile: $COMMON_TOP/java/classes/oracle/apps/fnd/txk/util/txkSoaConfigUtility.xml
[input] Enter Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console URL (host:port) :
[input] Enter Oracle WebLogic Server Admin User Name :  [weblogic]
[input] Enter the password for user weblogic :
[input] Enter the password for user apps :
[input] Enter the ASADMIN user name :  [ASADMIN]
[input] Enter the password for user ASADMIN :
[input] Enter SOA Server  Hostname : (hostname.domain)
[input] Enter External URL of SOA Suite SOA Managed Server (protocol://managed_server_hostname:managed_server_port) :

[input] Enter Internal URL of SOA Suite SOA Managed Server (protocol://managed_server_hostname:managed_server_port) :

[input] Enter External URL of SOA Suite Admin Server (protocol://admin_server_hostname:admin_server_port) :

[echo] ********************************************************************
[echo]                  Adding/Updating ASADMIN user in fnd_vault
[echo] ********************************************************************
[echo] Connecting to the EBS database using below properties
[echo] User: apps
[sql] Executing commands
[sql] 0 rows affected
[sql] 1 of 1 SQL statements executed successfully
[echo] Sucessfully Added/Updated ASADMIN in fnd_vault
[exec] Initializing WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) …
[exec] Welcome to WebLogic Server Administration Scripting Shell
[exec] Type help() for help on available commands
[exec] Connecting to server using username:weblogic url:[SOAhost:port]
[exec] Connecting to t3://[SOAhost:port] with userid weblogic …
[exec] Successfully connected to Admin Server ‘AdminServer’ that belongs to domain ‘EBS_domain_[ORACLE_SID]’.
[exec] Warning: An insecure protocol was used to connect to the
[exec] server. To ensure on-the-wire security, the SSL port or
[exec] Admin port should be used instead.
[exec] Creating user ASADMIN
[exec] Sucessfully created user ASADMIN
[delete] Deleting: $INST_TOP/logs/appl/rgf/TXK/updateuser_02_November_2016_08_17_38.py
[echo]  Updating Context Variable s_soa_external_url
[echo]  Updating Context Variable s_soa_internal_url
[echo]  Updating Context Variable s_soa_admin_url
[echo]  Running Autoconfig
[exec] Enter the APPS user password:
[exec] The log file for this session is located at: $INST_TOP/admin/log/[session#]/adconfig.log
[exec] AutoConfig is configuring the Applications environment…
[exec] AutoConfig will consider the custom templates if present.
[exec]     Using CONFIG_HOME location     : $INST_TOP
[exec]     Classpath                   :
[exec]     Using Context file          : $CONTEXT_FILE
[exec] Context Value Management will now update the Context file
[exec]     Updating Context file…COMPLETED
[exec]     Attempting upload of Context file and templates to database…COMPLETED
[exec] Configuring templates from all of the product tops…
[exec]     Configuring AD_TOP……..COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring FND_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring ICX_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring MSC_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring IEO_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring BIS_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring CZ_TOP……..COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring AMS_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring CCT_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring WSH_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring CLN_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring OKE_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring OKL_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring OKS_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring CSF_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring IBY_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring JTF_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring MWA_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring CN_TOP……..COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring CSI_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring WIP_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring CSE_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring EAM_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring GMF_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring PON_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring FTE_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring ONT_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring AR_TOP……..COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring AHL_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring IES_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring OZF_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring CSD_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec]     Configuring IGC_TOP…….COMPLETED
[exec] AutoConfig completed successfully.
[echo]  Updating Profile  FND_SERVER_DESKTOP_USER
[java] Nov 02, 2016 8:21:24 AM oracle.apps.fnd.txk.util.TXKFMWGenericConfigUtility readPasswordFromStdin
[java] INFO: Enter APPS Password:
[echo]  Updating Profile FND_SERVER_SEC
[java] Nov 02, 2016 8:21:26 AM oracle.apps.fnd.txk.util.TXKFMWGenericConfigUtility readPasswordFromStdin
[java] INFO: Enter APPS Password:
[echo]  Updating Profile FND_SERVER_IP_SEC
[java] Nov 02, 2016 8:21:28 AM oracle.apps.fnd.txk.util.TXKFMWGenericConfigUtility readPasswordFromStdin
[java] INFO: Enter APPS Password:
[echo]  Updating Profile FND_SQLNET_ACCESS
[java] Nov 02, 2016 8:21:29 AM oracle.apps.fnd.txk.util.TXKFMWGenericConfigUtility readPasswordFromStdin
[java] INFO: Enter APPS Password:


Total time: 6 minutes 36 seconds
# Verify new Profile Option Settings
SQL Statement which produced this data:
/* Formatted on 11/17/2016 7:07:54 AM (QP5 v5.300) */
SELECT n.user_profile_option_name              NAME,
TO_CHAR (v.last_update_date, ‘DD-MON-RR’)”Last Updated”,
DECODE (v.level_id,
10001, ‘Site’,
10002, ‘Application’,
10003, ‘Responsibility’,
10004, ‘User’,
10005, ‘Server’,
10007, ‘SERVRESP’,
DECODE (TO_CHAR (v.level_id),
‘10001’, ”,
‘10002’, app.application_short_name,
‘10003’, rsp.responsibility_key,
‘10005’, svr.node_name,
‘10006’, org.name,
‘10004’, usr.user_name,
‘10007’, v.LEVEL_VALUE2,
v.profile_option_value                  VALUE
FROM fnd_profile_options      p,
fnd_profile_option_values v,
fnd_profile_options_tl   n,
fnd_user                 usr,
fnd_application          app,
fnd_responsibility       rsp,
fnd_nodes                svr,
hr_operating_units       org
WHERE     p.profile_option_id = v.profile_option_id(+)
AND p.profile_option_name = n.profile_option_name
AND UPPER (p.profile_option_name) IN (‘FND_SERVER_DESKTOP_USER’,
AND n.language = ‘US’
/* Use for Friendly PONs e.g. MO: Security Option
AND UPPER (n.user_profile_option_name) =
AND usr.user_id(+) = v.level_value
AND rsp.application_id(+) = v.level_value_application_id
AND rsp.responsibility_id(+) = v.level_value
AND app.application_id(+) = v.level_value
AND svr.node_id(+) = v.level_value
AND org.organization_id(+) = v.level_value
ORDER BY v.last_update_date DESC;

FND: Desktop Nodes allowed|02-NOV-16|User|ASADMIN|[FQhostname]


FND: Validate IP address|02-NOV-16|Site||D

FND: Validate User Type|02-NOV-16|Site||D

# Bounce certain services (minimizes downtime – can also bounce everything)

admanagedsrvctl.sh stop oafm_server1
admanagedsrvctl.sh start oafm_server1
admanagedsrvctl.sh stop oacore_server1
admanagedsrvctl.sh start oacore_server1
[etc for any other oacore servers]

#Verify registered payload Class ID (ensures payload can be accessed)
SQL Statement which produced this data:
SELECT class_id
FROM fnd_irep_classes
AND class_type = ‘SERVICEBEAN’;

[a Number]

#Try downloading the payload for a specific function (Class ID discovered above)
XSD.zip DEV2 URL:  http://%5ByourEBSURL:port%5D/webservices/isgagent/?generatexsd=%5Bthe above number]

# Configure the ISG BPEL Payload for use by SOA Suite
ant -f $JAVA_TOP/oracle/apps/fnd/bpel/util/txk_integration_packager.xml \ -DIntegration=isg  -DFMWNodeName=itsrv33m.mwd.h2o -DFMWIpAddress=[MT or Virtual host IP]
[echo] Bpel Payload is archived at $INST_TOP/logs/appl/rgf/TXK/EBS_BPEL_payload.zip

# Verify the “new” SOA Node is registred (MWD is just re-using the built in SOA)
SQL Statement which produced this data:
SELECT node_name, server_address, server_id
FROM fnd_nodes
WHERE UPPER(node_name) in(‘[hostname]’);

[hostname]|[IP address]|3E3B399AEB80184EE0548A507414599D22425228221243006566902023757213

# A Fix for HPUX, if needed, add set +u to the line right after #!/bin/sh
# vi $FMW_HOME/user_projects/domains/EBS_domain_$TWO_TASK/bin/setDomainEnv.sh

. $FMW_HOME/user_projects/domains/EBS_domain_$TWO_TASK/bin/setDomainEnv.sh

# Warning: the following command will immediately shutdown and restart the WLS Managed Services
ant -f $JAVA_TOP/oracle/apps/fnd/txk/util/txkISGConfigurator.xml ebsSetup

# Change default NAME=APPS connection to NAME=ASADMIN in WLS Admin Console.
# (you want to do this to support APPS password changes in the future – the ASADMIN
# password does not have to be disclosed to Developers once the setup is completed – just
# grant the Integrated SOA Gateway Role and Responsibility to users that need to deploy
# various services.

Data Sources -> OAEADatasource -> Configuration -> Connection Pool
[Lock & Edit]
Modify Properties user=APPS -> user=ASADMIN
Enter ASADMIN password in both password fields
[Save] -> [Activate Changes]

If the ASADMIN password is changed in the target EBS instance, then all of the following steps need to be re-executed in order to register the change with SOA:

# Clean out the prior OAEADatasource connections and definitions
Login to WLS Administration Console.
Services -> Data Sources -> [Lock & Edit] -> Select OAEADatasource -> [Delete]
Security Realms -> myrealm -> Providers -> Select IsgAuthenticator -> [Delete]
[Activate Changes]

$] cd $DOMAIN_HOME/config/jdbc
$] rm OAEADatasource-*-jdbc.xml

Repeat the SOA Integration steps again.

Otherwise, attempting REST deployments will receive an error:
java.lang.SecurityException: User: ASADMIN~~[ORACLE_SID], failed to be authenticated.

What’s New Features in OEM AMS Applications Management Pack for OEM 13c Released July 22

Per Getting Started with Oracle Application Management Pack (AMP) for Oracle E-Business Suite Release (Doc ID 2045552.1)

Key Features

New EBS AMS Plugin Homepage Screenshot 13c
New EBS AMS Plugin Homepage Screenshot 13c

The following are brief descriptions of key features introduced in this release:

Enterprise Manager 13c Technology Uptake
Hybrid Cloud Management
System Management for Oracle E-Business Suite
Change Management for Oracle E-Business Suite

Enterprise Manager 13c Technology Uptake

Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c includes several enhancements including:

  • A new Oracle Fusion Middleware technology stack
  • The “Alta” user interface to enhance user experience

    New OEM Alta Interface 13c
    New OEM Alta Interface 13c
  • Edition Based Redefinition (EBR) support

Hybrid Cloud Managment

Oracle Application Management Suite now delivers several capabilities to monitor and manage Oracle E-Business Suite environments on Oracle Cloud and on-premises. These capabilities are delivered through the Enterprise Manager command line interface (EMCLI) for greater flexibility.

  • Discovering Orchestration Virtual Machine
  • Provisioning a New Oracle E-Business Suite 12.2 Instance
  • Backup and Restore an Oracle E-Business Suite Instance
  • Lift and Shift E-Business Suite instances from On-premise to Oracle Cloud
  • Cloning E-Business Suite instances within Oracle Cloud
  • Ability to run FS_Clone only option
  • Apply E-Business Suite patches
  • Start and Stop E-Business Suite instances on Cloud
  • To create custom packages

System Managment for Oracle E-Business Suite

Discovery and Monitoring
  • Real User Experience Insight (RUEI) regions integrated within the Oracle E-Business Suite Summary page
    • In this release, we have integrated five different RUEI regions within the Oracle E-Business Suite Summary page. Customers can personalize and activate one or all RUEI regions. These RUEI regions are specific to a given Oracle E-Business Suite instance and customers can view the data and drill down for detailed information.
  • Auto Host Aliasing
    • Host aliasing is now automated and will attempt to match the host name in the Oracle E-Business Suite context file and the discovered host name in Oracle Enterprise Manager. If this attempt fails, you will be prompted to perform the mapping manually. Customization Manager and Patch Manager features now support host aliasing.

Change Management for Oracle E-Business Suite

Patch Manager – Oracle E-Business Suite Technology Stack Pack Deployments
  • During the prior release of Application Management Suite, you had the ability to view patch recommendations for E-Business Suite applications and the technology stack. In this release, you now have the ability to deploy Database and WebLogic server patches using Enterprise Manager patch plans.
Customization Manager – Customization Discovery & Reporting
  • Customization Discovery & Reporting process now includes discovery of database objects.
Cloning – Automated Cloning
  • You now have the ability to save the cloning interview process as templates that can be used for future purposes for Smart Clone for R12, 12.2.x procedure.
  • You can add custom parameters to the cloning procedure


Investigating an OEM 12c E-Business Suite Alert (AMS 12.1.0.x)

OEM 12 Home Page
OEM 12 Home Page

The Applications Management Suite plug-in for Oracle Enterprise Manager simplifies discovery of the myriad of subtargets that make up an Oracle E-Business Suite instance.  Correspondingly, the number of alerts sent out can rise dramatically because of the inter-relationships between the components.

For example, the outage of a single Apache process triggers all of the following associated targets also to flag as a service Down status:

INSTANCE-Oracle E-Business Suite
INSTANCE-Infrastructure INSTANCE_host-APPL_TOP Context

The number of downed targets increases if a subcomponent of a primary component (such as a single JVM thread under the OACore process) experiences an outage.

This is a simple walk-through of navigating one of the e-mail alerts to start figuring out what happened.

The e-mail alert looks like this:

From: OEM12 Burbank
Sent: Monday, December 07, 2015 8:30 AM
To: DBAs
Subject: EM Event: Fatal:INSTANCE-Oracle E-Business Suite – Target is down; 1 member is down: INSTANCE_EBS Availability System

Target type=Oracle E-Business Suite
Target name=INSTANCE-Oracle E-Business Suite
Message=Target is down; 1 member is down: INSTANCE_EBS Availability System
Event reported time=Dec 7, 2015 8:29:14 AM PST
Target Lifecycle Status=Production
Operating System=Linux
Associated Incident Id=390885
Associated Incident Status=New
Associated Incident Owner=
Associated Incident Acknowledged By Owner=No
Associated Incident Priority=None
Associated Incident Escalation Level=0
Event Type=Target Availability
Event name=Status
Availability status=Down
Root Cause Analysis Status=Symptom
Rule Name=EBS Notifications,Rule_EBS_Notifications
(to get notified, you set up Rule Sets that tell OEM when and what to notify you about)

Rule Owner=DBA
Update Details:
Target is down; 1 member is down: INSTANCE_EBS Availability System
Incident created by rule (Name = Incident management rule set for all targets, Incident creation rule for a Target Down availability status [System generated rule]).

To investigate an event alert, click on the Associated Incident ID (e.g. the 390885 which on your system will be a URL taking you into OEM) which will take you to the associated Incident Summary page.

Click on Related Events to investigate what raised the event alert (there may be more than one cause):

OEM 12c AMS – Incident Details

From the screen, it shows the red mark on PRODARMK-Infrastructure PRODARMK_ascopofinm01-APPL_TOP Context (Oracle E-Business Suite Node).

Click on that link in the list of Targets.

Navigate to Monitoring -> Status History:

OEM 12c AMS – Navigation Target: Monitoring -> Status History

Change the Availability History view to All History (the related underlying event caused is displayed.)

OEM 12c AMS – Target: Status History Details

If you click on the related Message (e.g. Target is down; 1 member is down: INSTANCE_hostname.auca.corp_oacore_JVM_…); you will then be shown the related Event page for that target:

OEM 12c AMS – Target: Event Details

Click on the Related Events tab for this target, to confirm the service alert recorded:

OEM 12c AMS – Target: Event Details -> Related Events Timeline

If this is a recurring issue, by sliding the timeline back and forth (and adjusting the period view to a larger sample) you can see if there are any associated time-related occurrences that can be used to identify root cause.

For the specific issue, login to the associated host, and view the output and error logs for the process itself to determine what triggered the alert (in this case, the JVM automatically restarted the OACore process that had run out of memory.)

R12.2 Upgrade – Registering New Application Modules – r122_new_custsch.ksh

Note: This script is based upon an OEL 5.9 environment with a completed first-stage R12.2 e-Business Suite upgrade from 12.1.3. Using a pre-existing registered module (ZFA – Oracle Financial Analyzer in our case), this clones the settings required to fulfill the R12.2 upgrade pre-requisite check for additonal applications, which had been added since the 12.1.3 release.) It is referenced in the primary 12.2.3 Upgrade Post and fully listed herein.

cat /mnt/nfs/config/r122_new_custsch.ksh

# Create new Custom Schema registration files
# Use r122_new_custsch.ksh <APP> <APPID> <APPL_NAME>
# e.g. r122_new_custsch.ksh ABC 123 My_New_App
if ! [[ ${#} = 3 ]]; then
echo -e “\n Use ${0} <APP> <APPID> <APPL_NAME>\n”
echo -e “e.g. r122_new_custsch.ksh ABC 123 My_New_App\n”
if [[ $RUN_BASE = ” ]]; then
echo -e “\n RUN_BASE not set! Cannot continue. Exiting…\n”
echo -e “\n RUN_BASE: ” $RUN_BASE
cd $RUN_BASE/EBSapps/appl/admin/
NEWAPPL_LC=`echo ${NEWAPPL} | tr ‘[A-Z]’ ‘[a-z]’`
echo -e “\nCreating new ${NEWAPPL_LC}prod.txt and ${NEWAPPL_LC}terr.txt”
echo -e “for Application ${NEWAPPL} which is APPLICATION_ID = ${NEWAPPLID}\n”
cp zfaprod.txt ${NEWAPPL_LC}prod.txt
cp zfaterr.txt ${NEWAPPL_LC}terr.txt
echo -e “Creating driver directories…\n”
mkdir -p $RUN_BASE/EBSapps/appl/${NEWAPPL_LC}/12.0.0/admin/driver
mkdir -p $RUN_BASE/EBSapps/appl/${NEWAPPL_LC}/12.0.0/admin/sql
mkdir -p $RUN_BASE/EBSapps/appl/${NEWAPPL_LC}/12.0.0/sql
echo -e “Copying dummy driver files…\n”
cp $OLDAPPL_TOP/xxad/12.0.0/admin/driver/xxadfile.drv \
cp $OLDAPPL_TOP/xxad/12.0.0/sql/XXADNLINS.sql \
cp $OLDAPPL_TOP/xxad/12.0.0/admin/sql/XXADNLADD.sql \
echo -e “Replacing key values…\n”
perl -p -i.bak -e “s:zfa:${NEWAPPL_LC}:g” $RUN_BASE/EBSapps/appl/admin/${NEWAPPL_LC}prod.txt
perl -p -i.bak -e “s:ZFA:${NEWAPPL}:g” $RUN_BASE/EBSapps/appl/admin/${NEWAPPL_LC}prod.txt
perl -p -i.bak -e “s:505:${NEWAPPLID}:g” $RUN_BASE/EBSapps/appl/admin/${NEWAPPL_LC}prod.txt
perl -p -i.bak -e “s:zfa:${NEWAPPL_LC}:g” $RUN_BASE/EBSapps/appl/admin/${NEWAPPL_LC}terr.txt
perl -p -i.bak -e “s:ZFA:${NEWAPPL}:g” $RUN_BASE/EBSapps/appl/admin/${NEWAPPL_LC}terr.txt
perl -p -i.bak -e “s:505:${NEWAPPLID}:g” $RUN_BASE/EBSapps/appl/admin/${NEWAPPL_LC}terr.txt
perl -p -i.bak -e “s:Oracle_Financial_Analyzer:${NEWAPPL_NAME}:g” \
echo -e “\nFinished creating new ${NEWAPPL_LC}prod.txt and ${NEWAPPL_LC}terr.txt\n”
# echo -e “Contents ${NEWAPPL_LC}prod.txt:\n”
# cat ${NEWAPPL_LC}prod.txt
# echo -e “Contents ${NEWAPPL_LC}terr.txt:\n”
# cat ${NEWAPPL_LC}terr.txt

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