Oracle Receivables Analyzers: How to Manually Register as a Concurrent Program
(Doc ID 2261944.1)
Last updated on JANUARY 22, 2020
Applies to:Oracle Receivables - Version 12.0.1 to 12.2.5 [Release 12.0 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This note was originally created to assist a few customers who could not run FNDLOAD utility to install analyzers.
It is NOT recommended to install analyzers manually.
There are dozens of EBS Analyzers, and the most efficient/simple way to install them is to use <Note 1939637.1>: E-Business Suite Support Analyzer Bundle Menu Tool.
The information provided here is not guaranteed to be updated each time a new version of the AR analyzers are released.
When you install the EBS Analyzers in your instance, it is highly recommended that you use the Analyzer Bundle from <Note 1939637.1>: E-Business Suite Support Analyzer Bundle Menu Tool.
This bundle tool makes it easy to update/install multiple analyzers in your instance, and facilitates the creation of concurrent programs for each analyzer to make it easy for your end-users to run them.
However, if you cannot use the bundle to install analyzers, and you also cannot run the FNDLOAD utility to automate the installation of the analyzer as a concurrent program, this note will provide the steps to manually setup Oracle Receivable Analyzers as concurrent programs.
- Only use this information if you cannot run FNDLOAD. Using FNDLOAD is the preferred and recommended method of installing analyzers as concurrent programs.
- Oracle Receivables has at least 14 analyzers. This note ONLY provides information to manually install four analyzers.
- There are many steps and items to define/update to complete the setup for these four analyzers, and it is prone to error.
- You will need System Administrator responsibility to define the analyzers.
- When the definition of the analyzers change, this note is not automatically updated, so you may end up with unsynchronized SQL code and concurrent program definitions.
If you are absolutely unable to use FNDLOAD, then the information in this note explains how to set it up manually through the data-entry forms of the application.
This note only contains set up instructions for a subset of the analyzers available in Oracle Receivables:
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