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Wrong END_DATE In Signon Audit Users(FNDSCSRU) In Case Of Forceful Log Out (Doc ID 1613130.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 20, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Application Object Library - Version 12 to 12.1.3 [Release 12 to 12.1]
Oracle Concurrent Processing - Version 12.1.3 to 12.1.3 [Release 12.1]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


In EBS 12.1.3, Signon Audit Users report (FNDSCSRU) returns incorrect 'End Active Time'
after a timeout and when a user exits the application session in an unsupported/improper way e.g. by only closing the browser.

1-Apply both patch 11904176 and patch 9612674 and verify the file versions:
  AFSCSGNS.pls 120.4.12010000.3 + AFSCSGNB.pls 120.8.12010000.5 (query User_Source)
  FNDSCSRU.rdf 120.9.12010000.7 (using adident)

2-Log into EBS as user TESTUSR and navigate to forms-based apps,
3-Let the session time out and choose "No" when prompted by the system whether you would like to login or not,
4-Close the browser by only clicking on the 'X' without a proper logout.
5-Run the report and the 'End Active Time' can have a value or be NULL,
  Session Number=1083552, End Active Time=22-JUL-13 14:35
  Session Number=1083967, End Active Time=NULL

6-Repeat the above steps and the report this time returns another value for 'End Active Time' for the same Session Number.
  Session Number=1083552, End Active Time=22-JUL-13 14:35
  Session Number=1083967, End Active Time=22-JUL-13 14:35

You can see 3 problems here:
  a) The end-time for session number 1083552 (19-JUL-13 20:17) is wrong.
  It is neither the time stamp for timeout nor the on for pressing 'No'.
  This is verified, considering the next start time (19-JUL-13 16:15).

  b) The end-time for session number 1083552 is changed from 19-JUL-13 20:17 to 22-JUL-13 14:35, in the second report.

  c) The end-date for multiple session numbers is identical.

It seems that the system sometimes sets the end-date as SYSDATE.
In either case this means that the value of the end-date is changing all the time and hence not reliable.


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