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FNDRSRUN Allows User To Submit Request Set Without Entering The Operating Unit For Programs Set As Single Operating Unit Mode (Doc ID 1246045.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 23, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Concurrent Processing - Version 12.1.2 to 12.1.2 [Release 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Form:FNDRSRUN.FMB - Run Reports


On R12.1.2, the operating unit parameter for a concurrent request included in a request set can be skipped, and the request set can be submitted without the parameter, if this specific request is not the first one in the set, although the request has the Operating Unit Mode set to Single. In the Submit Request Set form, if the record containing the report gains focus, the parameter becomes mandatory. Other than that it appears to be optional.

Steps To Reproduce

  1. Navigate:  System Administrator -> Concurrent -> Program -> Executable
  2. Create a dummy executable.
  3. Navigate: System Administrator -> Concurrent -> Program -> Define
  4. Create a dummy program.
  5. Navigate: System Administrator -> Requests -> Set
  6. Create a request set, having as its first request the program Active Users.
  7. List the concurrent program defined in step 2 as the second  program.
  8. Navigate: System Administration -> Concurrent -> Program
  9. Query the concurrent program created earlier, and navigate to tab Request.
  10. Set the Operating Unit Mode to Single.
  11. Run the request set, and it will be observed that the second concurrent program will fail,
    since it was possible to submit the request set without forcing the user to enter the value
    for the Operating Unit parameter, since the concurrent program did not get focus.




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