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Rebounce Or Restart Apache In Oracle Applications

  • By on June 19, 2009 | No Comments

    Sometimes changes in Oracle E-Business Suite Applications 11i require Apache to be rebounce or restart before it take effect.

    The changes usually on the Self Service module in Oracle Applications 11i or in case you have modified any .java or .class file in OAF (Oracle Applications Framework), then Apache rebounce was mandatory for those changes to take effect.

    You need to run the command below in the middle tier of Oracle Applications 11i and clearing the cache will be optional but recommended.

    $ $COMMON_TOP/admin/scripts/$CONTEXT_NAME/adapcctl.sh stop
    $ rm -f $COMMON_TOP/_pages #(clear the Apache cache)
    $ $COMMON_TOP/admin/scripts/$CONTEXT_NAME/adapcctl.sh start

    Oracle APPS DBA can always check the availability or status of the Apache services using the command below:

    $ $COMMON_TOP/admin/scripts/$CONTEXT_NAME/adapcctl.sh status

    Please take note that whenever you clear the server side Apache cache, the end user will experience some slowness when login into Oracle Applications.

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