Tracing Oracle Apps User Session and Concurrent Request

1. Please Navigate to System administrator:Profile ->System and Set the profile GL Debug mode to No for your General Ledger responsibility.

2.Set the profile option “Initialization SQL Statement – Custom” at the USER LEVEL ONLY, for the user that will perform the test, to the value below.
The value should be entered all on one line and be sure to get the quotes exactly as indicated.
Exact syntax is important. Note that there are no double quotes in this command.

begin fnd_ctl.fnd_sess_ctl(”,”,’TRUE’,’TRUE’,’LOG’,’ALTER SESSION SET
TRACEFILE_IDENTIFIER=”SR3-3039037361”’); end;

For more details on this profile usage please review Note 135389.1: Using profile option ‘Initialization SQL Statement – Custom’.

3. After Setting up the above profile option, log off from applications, login once again.
Run the problematic program that’s having the issue.
Close the application once the process is over.

4. After the trace is run ensure that the profile option is blanked to stop generating traces.

5. To locate the trace file run the following query with the Concurrent Request Id:

select ORACLE_PROCESS_ID from fnd_concurrent_requests
where REQUEST_ID = &request_id;

You should then search for the trace files in the trace file directory containing the value returned by the above sql.
For exxample if the above sql returns 1234, then you should search for files like *1234* in the trace file directory.

The trace file directory is given by:

select value from v$parameter
where name = ‘user_dump_dest’;

6. Create the tkprof of the trace file using the following command:

tkprof sys=no explain=apps/ sort='(prsela,exeela,fchela)’


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