|Oracle® Fusion Applications Administrator's Guide
11g Release 6 Refresh 4 (11.1.6)
Part Number E14496-14
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The following topics introduce the new and changed features of Oracle Fusion Applications and other significant changes that are described in this guide, and provides pointers to additional information.
Oracle Fusion Applications 11g Release 6 (11.1.6) includes the following new and changed administrative features for this document:
The ability to use Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control to view and manage targets across domains. See Section 4.3.
The ability to use Cloud Control to implement pre-seeded compliance parameters that ensure various Fusion Applications settings are performing optimally. See Chapter 5.
Procedures for enabling SSL in Oracle Fusion Applications domains and identity management domains. See Section 6.7.3.
Oracle Fusion Applications 11g Release 5 (11.1.5) includes the following new and changed administrative features for this document:
schemaPasswordChangeTool utility, which enables you to modify the Oracle Fusion applications passwords in the Oracle Database. See Section 4.6.1.
password-reset-tool utility, which enables you to change the passwords for the
oamadminuser users. See Section 184.108.40.206.
facertsutil utility, which enables you to renew your self-signed certificates. See Section 6.8.6.
fastartstop utility, which starts and stop components in the Oracle Fusion Applications was modified to support starting and stopping Oracle HTTP Server and Oracle Business Intelligence. See:
The procedure for working with class histograms, deploying/upgrading agents and engines, and working with pool threshold violations. See:
logging.xml file, the logger previously named
oracle.apps was renamed to
Section 15.4 for information about using this logger to specify the value of the Oracle Diagnostics Logging Level.
Section 220.127.116.11 for information about how this logger may be involved in changes to log file rotation policies.
Section 17.3.3 for information about which setting takes precedence when the
AFLOG_LEVEL profile option and the
odlLevel setting for the
oracle.apps.appslogger logger are both set.
The process of using the
AFLOG_FILENAME profile option value to set the location of an individual user's C log file now requires use of the Setup and Maintenance area. See Section 15.4.5.
The process for moving Oracle Identity Management components during a test-to-production content movement has been changed and simplified. See Section 20.3.3 for details.
For 11g Release 6 (11.1.6), this guide has been updated in several ways. Following are the sections that have been added or changed.
Added a chapter that describes how to maintain languages. See .
Completely revised the usage of the Password Change Utility. See Section 4.6.
Reorganized information concerning log files, diagnostic tests, and related troubleshooting, to resemble the way related information is organized in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide. Renamed some chapters and section headings. See:
for information about configuring and using log files during normal operation.
for information and configuring and using diagnostic tests during normal operation.
for information about troubleshooting using log files, diagnostic tests, incidents, and QuickTrace.
For 11g Release 5 (11.1.5), this guide has been updated in several ways. Following are the sections that have been added or changed.
Enhanced getting started information for Oracle Fusion Functional Setup Manager. See Section 2.8.
Added a section that describes how to modify Oracle Data Integrator configuration. See Section 4.11.
Enhanced information about diagnosing Java applications in the middle tier using Cloud Control. See Section 13.2.
Added a section that describes how to configure non-standard logging to use when troubleshooting for the Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management Payroll application. See Section 17.3.10.
Moved detailed information about recommended troubleshooting steps from Section 17.2.1 to the "Basic Tasks for Troubleshooting" section of the Oracle Fusion Applications Administrator's Troubleshooting Guide.
Added a section that describes how to view non-standard log files for the Oracle Fusion Human Capital Management Payroll application. See Section 17.5.2.
Updated the data masking section to use cloud control examples. See Section 6.9.