How to get the trace for the issue in Oracle Applications



Last updated on August 16th, 2015 at 08:46 am

Some time user get performance issue during various pages in Oracle Apps application.
We need to take the trace of the problem in order to identify the bottleneck.
These steps can be use to generate the database level trace for the issue and find out the culprit sql or statement
How to get the trace for the issue in Oracle Applications

1. Set profile FND: Diagnostics = Yes at USER level.
2. Login to Personal Home Page as that user and select the Diagnostics link at the top of the page.
3. Select `Set Trace Level? and click Go.
4. Select the desired trace level and click Save.
5. Write down the trace id number(s).
6. Perform the activity that you want to trace.
7. Return to the ‘Diagnostics’ page.
8. Select `Set Trace Level’ and click Go.
9. Select ‘Disable Trace’ and click Go.
10. Write down the trace id number(s) if different.
11. Go to background_dump_dest for your database and collect the raw trace file(s) suffixes by the trace id number(s) you have recorded.
12. Exit Applications

Once the trace files are found , we can use tkprof utlity to find the culprit statement from trace file

tkprof XPROD_ora_19005_a.trc XPROD_ora_19005_a.txt sys=no explain=apps/apps sort=prsela,exeela,fchela


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