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Fusion Application : Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) on Patching (Doc ID 1617261.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 25, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Application Toolkit - Version 11.1.1.5.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

The purpose of this note is to provide ready reference for frequently asked questions. This will get updated at definite interval with latest FAQs. 

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
Solution
 Q1: How to set the Fusion Applications environment (APPL_TOP) for patching and maintaining?
 Q2: Where are the Patching log files located?
 Q3: How to check the fusion Applications release?
 Q4: How to find artifact versions?
 Q5: What are the best practices for patching Oracle Fusion Applications?
 Q6: What types of patches exist for Oracle Fusion Applications?
 Q7: How to change the location of the backup directory?
 Q8: How to monitor progress of a patching session?
 Q9: How to recover or abandon a failed or interrupted fapmgr patching session?
 Q10: How to check using OPatch which Oracle Fusion Applications middleware patches have been installed?
 Q11: How to run the command from a failed Oracle Fusion Applications Patch Manager java job manually?
 Q12: Where can documentation and other information regarding patching Oracle Fusion Applications be found?
 Q13: What is JAZN Upload?
 Q14: How to fix Hung workers in FA Patch Manager?
 Q15: What is Oracle Fusion AutoPatch ?
 Q16: How to run AutoPatch ?
 Q17: What are the command line Options in AutoPatch ?
 Q18: How do you resume from a failed patch session?
 Q19: How do you Abandon a patch session ?
 Q20: How do you Invoke adctrl for monitoring ?
 Q21: Where are AutoPatch logs located ?
 Q22: What are various Log Files available and their Descriptions?
References

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