|Oracle® Fusion Applications Patching Guide
11g Release 5 (11.1.5)
Part Number E16602-21
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This chapter describes how to apply patches to update Oracle Fusion Applications Functional Core.
This chapter contains the following topics:
Oracle Fusion Applications Functional Core enables the integration of other Oracle Fusion applications with Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager. It provides:.
APIs and web services to handle the registration of topology objects that are used by the Provisioning software to provision offerings
The shared libraries required for developing Task Execution Programs for Setup Tasks and Export and Import Services to extend Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager content
APIs and Web services for allowing integration with Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager
The database patches for Applications Functional Core contain Oracle SQL*PLUS scripts. To apply Applications Functional Core database changes, run the SQL*PLUS scripts against the FUSION schema. The patch README file for Applications Functional Core patches contains information to assist you in performing the patching steps correctly.
Oracle Fusion Applications Functional Core uses Oracle ADF Jar files, which may need to be patched.
To patch Oracle Fusion Applications Functional Core middleware artifacts
Ensure that the Administration Server, node manager, and database are running.
Use the OPatch utility to patch Oracle Fusion Applications Functional Core middleware artifacts. The patch README file for Oracle Fusion Applications Functional Core patches contains information to assist you in performing the patching steps correctly. Follow the steps in Section 7.2, "Patching Applications Core Middleware Artifacts".
Stop and start the relevant servers that host the impacted Java EE application.
Oracle Fusion Applications AutoPatch creates log files in the
admin/FUSION directory. For more information, see Section 7.3, "Log Files".
The AD Controller utility,
adctrl, can monitor and control the progress of the workers called by Oracle Fusion Applications AutoPatch to update database content. For more information, see Section 7.4, "Monitoring and Troubleshooting Applications Core Patching Sessions".
AD Administration is a standalone utility that performs administration maintenance tasks for the products in
ATGPF_ORACLE_HOME. The general purpose of the maintenance tasks is to keep your
ATGPF_ORACLE_HOME files and database objects up-to-date. Some maintenance tasks should be performed systemwide on a regular basis, while others are required infrequently. For more information, see Section 7.5, "Performing System Maintenance Tasks".