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-> Finish the Oracle Apps Upgrade: Finishing tasks

 

 Finish the Oracle Apps Upgrade

 

 

1. Reset ORACLE schema passwords

 

For the existing schemas, Oracle keeps the initial passwords; however for the new schemas, Oracle use the default password, which must be changed for security reason. 

2. Configure and start server processes

 

 

3. Configure Applications client software for forms applet

 

The connection between the client and the Applications forms is provided through an applet in the client Web browser. Instead of using the browser's JVM, Oracle Applications use the Sun Java (J2SE) native plug-in. For more information you can read the Metalink Note 393931.1

 

 

4. Reapply customizations

 

If you customized Applications environment files (APPLSYS.env or devenv.env), re-integrate them in devenv.env or in adovars.env files.Restart the Application server processes so that the changes take effect. Also, if the system had custom forms, reports, programs, libraries, reapply all changes that you need for R12.

 

NOTE: Do this step if needed.

 

 

5. Integrate custom objects and schemas

 

NOTE: Do this step if needed.

 

 

6. Re-enable custom triggers, constraints and indexes

 

NOTE: Do this step if needed.

 

 

For finalize the upgrade please read the r12upg11i.pdf document for the following post upgrade tasks:

 

- Finish System Administration Tasks;

 

- Post-Upgrade tasks

 

 

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