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How to run ASCP Performance Analyzer Tool as a Concurrent Request (Doc ID 1556409.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 20, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Advanced Supply Chain Planning - Version 12.1.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

This is an Addendum to Note 1554183.1 - ASCP Performance Analyzer script for E-Business Suite ASCP Monitoring and Maintenance. This Document will guide the user through the steps to register and configure the Oracle ASCP Performance Analyzer Tool (named ascp_perf_analyzer.sql) to be executed as a standard Concurrent Request from Oracle Applications.

Currently, manual execution of the existing script (ascp_perf_analyzer.sql) requires a System Administrator or DBA user with access to SQL*Plus and Applications Owner (APPS) password. The creation of this Concurrent Request needs to be performed by a System Administrator; however, this will be a one time task. Once installed, end users with the proper Responsibility will have the ability to execute the ASCP Performance Analyzer Tool as a single request, or schedule periodically without the need of SQL access or the Applications Owner (APPS) password.

Solution

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Goal
Solution
 Follow these steps to register and run the ASCP Performance Analyzer script as a concurrent program.
 1.) Copy the latest version of ascp_perf_analyzer.sql from Note 1554183.1 into the source ($MSC_TOP/sql) directory.
 3.) Define a new Concurrent Program (ASCP Performance Analyzer Tool)
 4.) Add the new ASCP Performance Analyzer Program to the Responsibility's Request Group.
 5.) Submit a new 'ASCP Performance Analyzer Tool' Concurrent Request and Verify the output.
 Error in concurrent request MSCACA_SQL: EBS Advanced Supply Chain Planning (ASCP) Setup and Performance Monitoring Analyzer Analyzer
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