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R12.2. Failed to Start WLS Adminserver When Using -secureapps Option (Doc ID 2053781.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 02, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle Applications DBA - Version 12.2 and later
Oracle Concurrent Processing - Version 12.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Oracle E-Business Suite Maintenance Guide Release 12.2 is saying that we can use -secureapps options for


Oracle E-Business Suite Setup Guide
Release 12.2
Part Number E22953-13

Starting and Stopping the Concurrent Manager with the Concurrent Manager Operator User

Traditionally the operator starting and stopping the application services needed to know the APPS username and password
in order to start the application services on an application tier that was running the Concurrent Manager.
Starting with Release 12.1.3, it is possible to create an Oracle E-Business Suite user (FND User) with the responsibility
”Concurrent Manager Operator” and use this user's username and password start and stop the application services.
The procedure is the following:

1. Create a new user, for example, "CONCOPER", and assigning the ”Concurrent Manager Operator” responsibility to this user.
2. On the application tier, update the following four variables in the AutoConfig context file, as listed in the following table:

AutoConfig Variable     New Value
s_cp_user             CONCOPER (or the one you created)
s_cp_password_type     AppsUser
s_cp_resp_shortname     FND
s_cp_resp_name             Concurrent Manager Operator

3. Following this change, the application tier services can be started and stopped by calling and with
the -secureapps option and the script will prompt for the Oracle E-Business Suite user's username and password rather
than the APPS username and password.

For example


 There is no change.


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