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Hello Friends, Using this article, i wanted to give brief on how we can exclude some forms/ function as security in oracle applications. plz see i am trying to use two different way to get the same functionality. There are … Continue reading

Learning New Tools – A Perspective


Learning new tools and technologies has become part of daily chores of any IT professional. There is no way out. Or there is no good reason of why one should not learn new things. I personally am a tech savvy guy and always in lookout of learning new things. The interest is not just to learn things pertaining to data warehouse and BI but everything, which comes on way. The only thing that the new tools/technology I learn should have some fundamentals or concepts to take home.

During this last 6-7 years of being into IT, I have learned numerous theories, technologies, programming languages, tools etc. Most of them were through self-learning. But this self-learning was dependent on all my previous learnings, which I inculcated in the past and without which all this self learning would not have been possible. Today I just picked one more tool/technology to build some understanding on it. I don’t have the access to the software but just the documentation. This is one among few tools/technology I am trying to learn for which I don’t have the access of the software. Though I have hands on extensive hands-on experience on a similar kind of technology by another vendor.

This whole thing lead me to think of how can one approach taking up new tool/technology. Possibly three ways which came into my mind:

1. First hit the document.. get some background. and then come to the tool/hands-on and then again go back to the manuals/references. .. an then back to hands on.. May be over the period doing both things simultaneously.
2. First hit the tool ..let your intuition take over the wheel first.. play around stretch your understanding/intuition… and then come back to references/manual/docs/some text and then back to the tool. Over the period both doing both things simultaneously.
3. First attend some seminar ,some talk, some discussion ( as good as 1 but instead of text you are get into more live things) and then hit the tool may be then back to the manuals tools.. come back to tool/hands-on then go back to discussion and so forth. May be I call it Spaghetti approach. In this approach it could be that you start with Books first and then tools an then talks or any combination.

Which to choose?? Time and availability of resources can give the right call for this.. I keep trying all this approaches. Most of the times approach 2 is a good deal for me. Approach 1 is something we have been trying since the college days. First read about the “c” language, listen some lectures… and then get to the labs for some hands-on. And that was good since one didn’t had so many fundamentals/concepts built up, not so much of exposure to the tools/languages of similar kind. Again like all my postings, there is no need to reach to conclusion of which is better and which not. Depends like everything else. My idea here is just to bring out some points.

Run Posting (GLPPOS), or other concurrent programs from the Command line


Run Posting (GLPPOS), or other concurrent programs from the Command line?

How to Run Posting (GLPPOS), or other concurrent programs from the Command line?

You can run any GL program from the command line. Follow these steps:

1) Verify that you run this at a time when there are no incompatible Programs running. To find the incompatible programs:

Responsibility = System Administrator

GUI Navigation = Concurrent/Program/Define

Query on GLPPOS in the Short Name field.

Click on the Incompatibilities button.

2) Change the profile “Concurrent Hold Request” to Yes.

Responsibility = System Administrator

GUI Navigation = Profile/System

Query on the profile option ‘Concurrent Hold Requests’.

Set it to Yes at the User level and Save.

3) Select a journal batch for posting. The request will be put on hold.

Responsibility = General Ledger Super User

GUI Navigation = Journals/Post

4) Go to the Concurrent Requests form and get the parameters for the Posting concurrent process.

The parameters for posting are:

set of books id

chart of accounts id

posting_run_id

5) Run posting from the command line.

$GL_TOP/bin/GLPPOS <username/pwd> 0 Y <parameters> X 2> <File name>

Where:   <username/pwd> : apps username and password

<parameters>   : The parameters for the program, separated by spaces. For NULL parameters you need to specify closed double quotes (“”).

X              : Indicates that you want to run the program in debug mode. This can be any character and is optional.

2> <File name> : Use this to redirect standard errors and output to a file. File name is the output file name it will create. It will be created in your current directory, if a full path is not specified. This is optional

but recommended.

Example:

If you go to the concurrent requests form and see in the Parameters field: 1,101,2546, you would enter the following command at the Unix prompt:

$GL_TOP/bin/GLPPOS <username/pwd> 0 Y 1 101 2546 X 2> <myfile.txt>

6) Change the profile option ‘Concurrent Hold Requests’ back to its original setting. Be sure to run the program from a directory for which you have write Privileges. That is where the log and out files will be created.

Also make sure that you are in the proper application environment.

Here is an example of the command and the output you will see.

$>$GL_TOP/bin/GLPPOS apps/apps 0 Y 8 50128 84 2 2> njpost2.out

DEBUG: started in debug_mode……

$> ls

L54536.log   L54540.log   O54536.out   O54540.out   njpost.out   post.out

L54538.logL54542.log   O54538.out   O54542.out   njpost2.out  test

$> more njpost2.out

Log filename    : L54542.log

Report filename : O54542.out

glpmai() fnd_user_id is -1

glpmai() fnd_user_name is ANONYMOUS

glpmai() req_id is 0

glpmai() sob_id is 8

etc.

selected General Ledger programs can be run in debug

mode by setting the profile option ‘GL: Debug Mode’ to Yes at the

appropriate level.

These programs are:

– GLCRVL – Revaluation

– GLPPOS – Posting

– GLTTRN – Translation

– GLCCON – Consolidation Transfer

– GLAMAS – Run MassAllocations

Difference Between Technical and Functional and Techno Functional


Difference Between Technical and Functional and Techno Functional

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