MWA information for 11i and R12



Last updated on September 19th, 2015 at 07:19 am

Mobile Warehousing Application is a important components of Oracle Ebuisness Suite and it is used in warehouse to scan items.In this section , i am sharing the information for MWA

MWA  information for 11i and R12

MWA Configuration file  for 11i

Configuration file is used to set server related properties. Setup mwa.cfg file as follows:
1. Locate file in $MWA_TOP/secure
2. Copy mwa_template.cfg to mwa.cfg
3. Edit mwa.cfg and configure following parmameters:
a. Set mwa.DbcFolder=full directory of .dbc file ending with /
b. Set mwa.DbcFile=dbc file name
c. Set mwa.logdir=full directory of log file
d. Set mwa.TelnetPortNumber=default port#
e. Set mwa.DropConnectionTimeout= no. of minutes
f. Set mwa.StaleSessionTimeout=
no. of minutes
g. Set mwa.LogLevel=error or trace

With autoconfig implementation,this file is generated by autoconfig now

Starting/Shutdown the MWA Server
To start the MWA telnet server:
1. Source the APPLSYS.env
2. cd $MWA_TOP/bin
3. mwactl.sh start [port number]
To shutdown the MWA telnet server
1. cd $MWA_TOP/bin
2. mwactl.sh –login xxx/yyy stop port#
where xxx is application user id with system administrator responsibility and yyy is the application user password

MWA Configuration file  for R12

With autoconfig implementation,this file is generated by autoconfig now.

The location of the file is

$INST_TOP/admin/install/mwa.cfg

Starting/Shutdown the MWA Server
To start the MWA telnet server:
1. Source the env
2. cd $ADMIN_SCRIPTS_HOME
3. mwactl.sh start [port number]
To shutdown the MWA telnet server
1. cd $ADMIN_SCRIPTS_HOME
2. mwactl.sh –login xxx/yyy stop port#
where xxx is application user id with system administrator responsibility and yyy is the application user password
Configuring MWA Dispatcher
Setup Dispatcher parameters in mwa.cfg
1. Specify the port number and machine for running the dispatcher
mwa.Dispatcher=hostname:port#
Note: the dispatcher uses 3 consecutive ports for internal control
2. Specify the dispatcher worker thread count. No. connections per MWA server.
mwa.DispatcherWorkerThreadCount=15
3. Specify the dispatcher clients per worker. No. of MWA servers per Dispatcher
mwa.DispatcherClientsPerWorker=10

Starting/Shutdown the MWA servers and Dispatcher
To startup:
• mwactl.sh start 6310
• mwactl.sh start 6320
• mwactl.sh start 6330
• mwactl.sh start_dispatcher
Mobile users connect to the Dispatcher port 6300. Dispatcher will distribute mobile users among the three MWA servers.
Mobile users can hit control-X to view the MWA server port#, host name and other connection information
To shutdown:
• mwactl.sh –login xxx/yyy stop 6310
• mwactl.sh –login xxx/yyy stop 6320
• mwactl.sh –login xxx/yyy stop 6330
• mwactl.sh stop_dispatcher


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