Disabling Concurrent Managers and Check Internal concurrent manager status.

1.Disabling Concurrent Managers.

Description:


Sometimes we have to disable some Concurrent Managers.
we are create a new single instance CLONE from a E-Business Suite.
We can do it from the forms of the application,

a) How to find if Concurrent managers are enabled:

SELECT CONCURRENT_QUEUE_NAME, enabled_flag, node_name 
FROM applsys.FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES 
WHERE CONCURRENT_QUEUE_NAME LIKE ‘%<<Concurrent manager name>>%’ AND enabled_flag = ‘Y’;

b) To disable one Concurrent manager using UPDATE query.

UPDATE applsys.FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES SET enabled_flag = ‘N’ 
WHERE CONCURRENT_QUEUE_NAME = ‘<<Concurrent manager name>>’;

2.Internal Concurrent Manager status.

Description:


We can find the status of Internal Concurrent Manager status with this script.
If it is down, then we need to take steps to turn it back on.

Prerequisites:


You must run it as user applsys or sys.

a) Query for check Internal concurrent manager status.

SELECT DECODE(RUNNING_PROCESSES, 1, ‘UP’, ‘DOWN’) STATUS 
FROM APPLSYS.FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES
WHERE CONCURRENT_QUEUE_NAME = ‘FNDICM’;

  • October 4, 2018 | 19 views
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