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Oracle apps queries for APPS DBA

Oracle apps queries for APPS DBA

Oracle Apps DBA has too often troubleshoot various issues. I am giving here the Top 30 Useful oracle apps queries for DBA

how to find form session id in oracle

The below query will provide the session details for all the forms opened in the applications

set linesize 1000
column username format a8 heading "User|Name"
column sid format 9999
column serial# format 99999
column user_form_name format a25
column spid format a5
column unix_process format a7 heading "UNIX|Process"
column user_name format a15 trunc heading "USER NAME"
column Responsibility_name format a20 heading "Responsibility |Name"
select
s.sid,
s.serial#,
s.audsid,
s.username,
s.process unix_process,
p.spid,
u.user_name,
f.user_form_name,
to_char(a.start_time ,'DD-MON-YY') start_time,
f.responsibility_name
from
v$process p,
v$session s,
fnd_form_sessions_v f,
applsys.fnd_logins a,
applsys.fnd_user u
where p.addr = s.paddr
and p.spid = f.PROCESS_SPID (+)
and s.process=a.spid
and p.pid=a.pid
and a.user_id=u.user_id
order by 1
/

If we are looking for a session id for the particular form process, then use the below query

set linesize 1000
column username format a8 heading "User|Name"
column sid format 9999
column serial# format 99999
column user_form_name format a25
column spid format a5
column unix_process format a7 heading "UNIX|Process"
column user_name format a15 trunc heading "USER NAME"
column Responsibility_name format a20 heading "Responsibility |Name"
select
s.sid,
s.serial#,
s.audsid,
s.username,
s.process unix_process,
p.spid,
u.user_name,
f.user_form_name,
to_char(a.start_time ,'DD-MON-YY') start_time,
f.responsibility_name
from
v$process p,
v$session s,
fnd_form_sessions_v f,
applsys.fnd_logins a,
applsys.fnd_user u
where p.addr = s.paddr
and p.spid = f.PROCESS_SPID (+)
and s.process=a.spid
and p.pid=a.pid
and a.user_id=u.user_id
and a.spid= &forms_process
order by 1
/

or 

column "User Name" format a10
column "ClPID" format a8

select
d.user_name "User Name",
b.sid SID,b.serial# "Serial#", c.spid "srvPID", a.SPID "ClPID",
to_char(START_TIME,'DD-MON-YY HH:MM:SS') "STime"
from
fnd_logins a, v$session b, v$process c, fnd_user d
where
b.paddr = c.addr
and a.pid=c.pid
and a.spid = b.process
and d.user_id = a.user_id
and (d.user_name = 'USER_NAME' OR 1=1)
and a.SPID = &PID
/

How to find application information

The below query will help you find the information on applications in Oracle EBS

set linesize 1000
column application_short_name format a15 heading "APPL|SHORT_NAME"
column product_version format a15 heading "PRODUCT|VERSION"
column oracle_username format a12 heading "ORACLE|USER"
select
a.APPLICATION_SHORT_NAME,
a.BASEPATH,
p.PRODUCT_VERSION,
o.ORACLE_USERNAME,
p.PATCH_LEVEL
from
fnd_application a,
fnd_product_installations p,
fnd_oracle_userid o
where
a.application_id = p.application_id and
p.oracle_id = o.oracle_id
/

query to check form personalization in oracle apps

SELECT DISTINCT A.FORM_NAME,
A.FUNCTION_NAME,
A.ENABLED,
C.USER_FORM_NAME,
D.APPLICATION_NAME,
A.SEQUENCE,
A.TRIGGER_EVENT,
A.DESCRIPTION personalization_rule_name,
A.CONDITION
FROM FND_FORM_CUSTOM_RULES A,
FND_FORM B,
FND_FORM_TL C,
FND_APPLICATION_TL D
WHERE ENABLED = 'Y'
AND A.FORM_NAME = B.FORM_NAME
AND B.FORM_ID = C.FORM_ID
AND B.APPLICATION_ID = D.APPLICATION_ID
ORDER BY APPLICATION_NAME;

To determine active JDBC sessions

col program format a40
col module format a40
select sid,serial#,module,program,sql_hash_value,last_call_et from v$session where status = 'ACTIVE'and program like 'JDBC%'
order by sql_hash_value
/

To determine dependency

set linesize 1000
column object_name format a40
column owner format a15
select owner,object_name,object_type,status, to_char (LAST_DDL_TIME,'DD-MON-YYYY HH:MI:SS') LAST_DDL_TIME from dba_objects
where object_name IN (SELECT referenced_name FROM dba_dependencies WHERE name = '&Invalid_Object_Name');

Oracle Profile Related queries

Site level profile

select a.PROFILE_OPTION_ID,a.PROFILE_OPTION_NAME,b.USER_PROFILE_OPTION_NAME,c.PROFILE_OPTION_VALUE ,c.level_id
from fnd_profile_options a,fnd_profile_options_tl b ,fnd_profile_option_values c where a.PROFILE_OPTION_NAME=b.PROFILE_OPTION_NAME and a.PROFILE_OPTION_ID=c.PROFILE_OPTION_ID
and b.LANGUAGE='US' and b.USER_PROFILE_OPTION_NAME like '&1';

Application level

select a.PROFILE_OPTION_ID,a.PROFILE_OPTION_NAME,b.USER_PROFILE_OPTION_NAME,c.PROFILE_OPTION_VALUE from fnd_profile_options a,fnd_profile_options_tl b ,fnd_profile_option_values c where a.PROFILE_OPTION_NAME=b.PROFILE_OPTION_NAME and a.PROFILE_OPTION_ID=c.PROFILE_OPTION_ID and b.LANGUAGE='US' and c.LEVEL_ID=10002 and c.level_value='&2' b.USER_PROFILE_OPTION_NAME like '&1'; 

Compile code of package and package body

set pages 999
set head off
select
'alter '||decode(object_type,'PACKAGE BODY','PACKAGE',
'VIEW','VIEW',object_type)
||' '||object_name||' compile '||
decode (object_type,'PACKAGE BODY','body')||';' from dba_objects
where status='INVALID'
order by decode(object_type,'PACKAGE',1,'VIEW',2,'PACKAGE BODY',3,4)
/

column owner format a5
compute sum of "TOTAL" on report
SELECT owner,object_type,COUNT(*)"TOTAL" FROM DBA_OBJECTS WHERE status='INVALID'
and owner='APPS' GROUP BY owner,object_type ;
and status ='ACTIVE'

To find out the passwords of the schema using apps password

Suppose you know the apps password but you don’t know the Product schema password, then you can use the below query to get the product schema password

Set serveroutput on
declare
sche_var varchar2(2000);
begin
sche_var:=fnd_oracle_schema.getopvalue('schema_name','apps password');
dbms_output.put_line(sche_var);
end;
/

Script to find out patches applied

select orig_bug_number,to_char(max(last_update_date),'DD-MON-YYYY hh24:mi:ss') updated from ad_patch_run_bugs where
orig_bug_number in
(
select distinct app_patch.patch_name
from (
select substr(ap.patch_name,1,10) patch_name
from ad_patch_runs pr, ad_patch_drivers dr,
ad_applied_patches ap
where pr.start_date between to_date('&&1','MM/DD/YYYY')
and to_date('&&2','MM/DD/YYYY')
and dr.patch_driver_id = pr.patch_driver_id
and ap.applied_patch_id = dr.applied_patch_id
and not exists
(select 'x' from ad_comprising_patches cp
where cp.patch_driver_id = dr.patch_driver_id)
UNION ALL
select substr(b.bug_number,1,10) patch_name
from ad_patch_runs pr, ad_patch_drivers dr,
ad_comprising_patches cp, ad_bugs b
where pr.start_date between to_date('&&1','MM/DD/YYYY')
and to_date('&&2','MM/DD/YYYY')
and dr.patch_driver_id = pr.patch_driver_id
and cp.patch_driver_id = pr.patch_driver_id
and cp.bug_id = b.bug_id) app_patch)
group by orig_bug_number;

What is the File version in database/sql query to find file version in oracle apps

set pages 52
set verify off
set term on
set feedback off
col "APP NAME" format a10
col filename format a15
col version format a15
col last_update_date format a15
set linesize 90
select af.app_short_name "APP NAME",
af.filename,
afv.version,
afv.LAST_UPDATE_DATE
from ad_files af,
ad_file_versions afv
where af.file_id = afv.file_id and
af.filename like '&1'
order by afv.LAST_UPDATE_DATE desc
/

query to check version of package in oracle apps

select text
from user_source
where line = 2
and name = upper('&enter_package_name')
order by line
/

Check XML file in MDS repository

exec JDR_UTILS.printDocument('/oracle/apps/fnd/framework/navigate/webui/<XYZ>')
;

Query to get FND messages in Oracle Apps

select message_text from fnd_new_messages m, fnd_application a
where upper('&message_name') = m.message_name
and upper('&language_code') = m.language_code
and upper('&application_short_name') = a.application_short_name
and m.application_id = a.application_id
/
 

How to compile the package, package body, procedures

alter package <package name > compile;
alter package <package name > compile body;
alter procedure <procedure name > compile;

If it is not successfully compiled, we can look at the errors from the below sql
Log in to SQL*Plus.

SELECT text
FROM dba_errors
WHERE name = packagename;
The output will look something like this.
TEXT
---------------------------------------------------------------------
PLS-00302: component 'XYZ' must be declared
PL/SQL: Statement ignored

How to find the Version Number for the EBS filesystem

Version number helps establish what version of a file is being executed on the system. If the patch failure is with a package or package body, establish the version of the file that the patch installs in the patch/sql directory. The version information is viewed in the file Header information. Compare that version to the version that is compiled
into the database.

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The database version can be found by logging in to SQL*PLUS and selecting:

SELECT text
FROM dba_source
WHERE name = package name
AND text like '%Header%';

To establish the version of other files such as forms, and reports, sql use the strings command at the Unix command line:

strings -a filename | grep header -i

To find versions of Unix C code for a specific module, such as pyxy.lpc:

Strings PYUGEN | grep '$Header: pyxy.lpc'

To find versions of Unix C code for all the modules within a C module

such as PYUGEN:
Strings PYUGEN | grep '$Header'

These can also be done with adident command

How to find the status of invalids in the database

To verify objects that are invalid, login to SQL*PLUS as apps:

SELECT object_name, object_type, status
FROM user_objects
WHERE status = 'INVALID';

How to find the trigger body

To see what a failing trigger is trying to do, log in to SQL*PLUS:

Set long 20000;
SELECT table_name, trigger_name, trigger_body
FROM dba_triggers
WHERE table_name = upper ('table name');
or
WHERE trigger_name = upper ('trigger name');

How to find the information about constraints

For a check constraint error such as ORA_02290: check constraint
(HR.PAY_BCH_BATCH_STATUS_CHK) violated

Login to SQL*PLUS:

Set long 20000;
Select table_name, search_condition
From dba_constraints
Where constraint_name = upper ('pay_bch_batch_status_chk');

How to find the responsibilities assigned to a Particular User

select fu.user_name, fr.responsibility_name, furg.START_DATE, furg.END_DATE
from
fnd_user_resp_groups_direct furg,
fnd_user fu, fnd_responsibility_tl fr
where fu.user_name = upper('&user_name')
and furg.user_id = fu.user_id
and furg.responsibility_id = fr.responsibility_id
and fr.language = userenv('LANG');

How to find Menu, Sub-menu and Functions in Oracle apps

SELECT second.application_id "App ID"
       , second.application_name "App Name"
       , second.responsibility_id "Resp ID"
       , second.responsibility_name "Responsibility"
       , second.menu_id "Menu ID"
       , second.user_menu_name "Main Menu Name"
       , second.entry_sequence "Seq"
       , second.prompt "Prompt"
       , second.function_id "Function ID"
       , second.user_function_name "Function"
       , second.func_descrip "Function Descrip"
       , second.sub_menu_id "SubMenu ID"
       , second.sub_menu_name "SubMenu Name"
       , second.sub_seq "Sub Seq"
       , second.sub_prompt "SubPrompt"
       , second.sub_func_id "SubFunction ID"
       , second.sub_func "SubFunction"
       , second.sub_func_descrip "SubFunction Descrip"
       , second.sub_sub_menu_id "Sub-SubMenu ID"
       , second.grant_flag "Grant Flag"
       , second.resp_end_date "Resp End Date"
       , DECODE( exc.rule_type
               , 'F', ( SELECT 'Ex F: ' || exc.action_id
                          FROM fnd_form_functions_vl fnc
                         WHERE fnc.function_id = exc.action_id
                           AND second.function_id = exc.action_id ) )
            excluded_function
       , DECODE( exc.rule_type
               , 'F', ( SELECT 'Ex SF: ' || exc.action_id
                          FROM fnd_form_functions_vl fnc
                         WHERE fnc.function_id = exc.action_id
                           AND second.sub_func_id = exc.action_id ) )
            excluded_sub_function
       , DECODE( exc.rule_type
               , 'M', ( SELECT 'Ex M: ' || exc.action_id
                          FROM fnd_form_functions_vl fnc
                         WHERE fnc.function_id = exc.action_id
                           AND second.menu_id = exc.action_id ) )
            excluded_menu
       , DECODE( exc.rule_type
               , 'M', ( SELECT 'Ex SM: ' || exc.action_id
                          FROM fnd_form_functions_vl fnc
                         WHERE fnc.function_id = exc.action_id
                           AND second.sub_menu_id = exc.action_id ) )
            excluded_sub_menu
       , DECODE( exc.rule_type
               , 'M', ( SELECT 'Ex SSM: ' || exc.action_id
                          FROM fnd_form_functions_vl fnc
                         WHERE fnc.function_id = exc.action_id
                           AND second.sub_sub_menu_id = exc.action_id ) )
            excluded_sub_sub_menu
    FROM (  SELECT FIRST.application_id
                 , FIRST.application_name
                 , FIRST.responsibility_id
                 , FIRST.responsibility_name
                 , FIRST.end_date AS resp_end_date
                 , FIRST.menu_id
                 , FIRST.user_menu_name
                 , FIRST.entry_sequence
                 , FIRST.prompt
                 , FIRST.function_id
                 , ffft.user_function_name
                 , ffft.description AS func_descrip
                 , FIRST.sub_menu_id
                 , fmv2.user_menu_name AS sub_menu_name
                 , fme2.entry_sequence AS sub_seq
                 , fmet2.prompt AS sub_prompt
                 , fme2.function_id AS sub_func_id
                 , ffft2.user_function_name AS sub_func
                 , ffft2.description AS sub_func_descrip
                 , fme2.sub_menu_id AS sub_sub_menu_id
                 , FIRST.grant_flag
              FROM (  SELECT fat.application_id
                           , fat.application_name
                           , fr.responsibility_id
                           , frt.responsibility_name
                           , fr.end_date
                           , fr.menu_id
                           , fmv.user_menu_name
                           , fme.entry_sequence
                           , fmet.prompt
                           , fme.sub_menu_id
                           , fme.function_id
                           , fme.grant_flag
                        FROM apps.fnd_application_tl fat
                           , apps.fnd_responsibility fr
                           , apps.fnd_menus_vl fmv
                           , apps.fnd_responsibility_tl frt
                           , apps.fnd_menu_entries fme
                           , apps.fnd_menu_entries_tl fmet
                      WHERE fat.application_id = fr.application_id(+)
                         AND fr.menu_id = fmv.menu_id(+)
                         AND fr.responsibility_id = frt.responsibility_id(+)
                         AND fr.menu_id = fme.menu_id(+)
                         AND fme.menu_id = fmet.menu_id(+)
                         AND fme.entry_sequence = fmet.entry_sequence(+)
                         AND fmet.language = 'US'
                         AND fat.application_id = &appid
                    ORDER BY 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12) FIRST 
                 , apps.fnd_menus_vl fmv2                                                  , apps.fnd_menu_entries fme2
                 , apps.fnd_menu_entries_tl fmet2
                 , apps.fnd_form_functions_tl ffft                                        , apps.fnd_form_functions_tl ffft2                      
             WHERE FIRST.function_id = ffft.function_id(+)
               AND FIRST.sub_menu_id = fmv2.menu_id(+)
               AND FIRST.sub_menu_id = fme2.menu_id(+)
               AND fme2.menu_id = fmet2.menu_id(+)
               AND fme2.entry_sequence = fmet2.entry_sequence(+)
               AND fme2.function_id = ffft2.function_id(+)
          ORDER BY 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21) second 
         LEFT OUTER JOIN apps.fnd_resp_functions exc                                           ON ( second.application_id = exc.application_id
            AND second.responsibility_id = exc.responsibility_id
            AND ( second.function_id = exc.action_id
              OR second.sub_func_id = exc.action_id
              OR second.menu_id = exc.action_id
              OR second.sub_menu_id = exc.action_id
              OR second.sub_sub_menu_id = exc.action_id ) )
ORDER BY 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21;

query to find the form path in oracle apps

SELECT
a.form_name, a.user_form_name, a.description,b.application_name,c.basepath,
FROM
fnd_form_vl a,
fnd_application_tl b,
fnd_application c
WHERE
a.application_id=b.application_id
b.application_id=c.application_id
(form_id >= 0) AND UPPER (user_form_name) LIKE '%&1%';

I have tested these queries on an environment and seem to be working. But there could be still some mistakes. Please do comments in case you find any issues or mistakes.
I hope you find these oracle apps queries useful in your day-to-day work and it helps in resolving the issues

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1 thought on “Oracle apps queries for APPS DBA”

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