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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

New s_ context file variables introduced in ATG_PF.H RUP5

Following new s_ context file variables have been newly introduced in ATG_PF.H RUP5:

s_fnd_obiee_url
Support for a new profile option FND_OBIEE_URL "Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition base URL Value" has been added. The profile option is populated by the Autoconfig variable s_fnd_obiee_url. The default value is null. Once OBIEE is installed customers should update this variables value to their equivalent of ://:." editable="Yes/> and rerun Autoconfig.

s_db_plsql_native_library_subdir_count
PLSQL_NATIVE_LIBRARY_SUBDIR_COUNT has now been Autoconfig-enabled to provide more flexibility. It is defined as %s_db_plsql_native_library_subdir_count% and has a default value of 149.

Information extracted from: metalink note 375682.1

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

And what benefit are you providing by blogging direct extracts from Metalink notes. You are adding no value. What experience did you have?

Vikram Das said...

Hi Anonymous,

On average there are 15 - 20 metalink notes created/updated every day. If everyone read all the metalink notes, there would be no need for repeating the information. That is not the case. Also my blog post is not just for regurgitating what comes in metalink. I usually add whatever experience I have with the information provided. It may not be at the time the post first appears. But I do come back and add to my old posts whenever I learn something new about the old post.

Gareth said...

Hey Vikram,

Cheers for posting ... Metalink is inside Oracle's firewall and Google picks up your blog ... so you are absolutely providing benefits!

Gareth

Balaram Mygapula said...

Hi Vikram,

I am new to oracle apps dba..I following your blog every week..I have a question..what is the difference between s_ and oa_ context variables in context file..can you plz explain..I am waiting for your reply..

Balaram Mygapula said...

Hi Vikram,

I am new to appsdba,I have a question wht is diff between "s_ and oa_" context variables in context file...
plz give me reply ASAP...