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Oracle Applications Database frequently used scripts

Below are some of the useful scripts related to Oracle Applications database


 select 'DATA_n_INDEX: ' || sum(bytes)/1024/1024/1024 || ' GBytes' DATABASE_SIZE from dba_data_files
select 'TEMP: ' || sum(bytes)/1024/1024/1024 || ' GBytes' from dba_temp_files
select 'REDO LOGS: ' || sum(bytes)/1024/1024/1024 || ' GBytes' from v$log
select 'CONTROLFILE: ' || sum(FILE_SIZE_BLKS*BLOCK_SIZE)/1024/1024 || ' MBytes' from v$controlfile;

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RMAN: Basic RMAN Commands

Oracle Recovery Manager (RMAN) satisfies the most pressing demands of performant, manageable backup and recovery, for all Oracle data formats.
RMAN  provides a common interface, via command line and Enterprise Manager, for backup tasks across different host operating systems.
Below are some of the commonly used RMAN commands which you can run through RMAN command line.

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Adding new user in Oracle Apps (EBS) from back end

Application users in Oracle Apps (EBS) can be created from the front end as well as back end. The back end method for user creation can be used when you don’t have sysadmin access to the applciation or also it can be used to speed up the process when there are many userids to be created.

You will require apps access to connect to database  to run the package fnd_user_pkg.

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