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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.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE:

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.

IMPORTANT NOTES:

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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