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Helpful SQL for Oracle Applications [复制链接]

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Applies to:

Oracle Inventory Management - Version: 11.5.10 and later   [Release: 11.5 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document includes all versions of 11i and R12 and later Goal
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Do you have suggestions on some helpful SQL scripts when working with the Oracle Applications?

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SolutionYes, there are a number of helpful SQL scripts that we will share below. The scripts are segmented by foundation technology scripts (FND/ATG/AOL), then other product areas like manufacturing.  Many of the scripts prompt for information.  None of the scripts do any updates. Note that occasionally table names or columns change overtime. Where possible, the scripts will note if they will work only on a specific release. Otherwise, they should work across 11i to R12 though the scripts will be focused on the latest code.

1. Database 1.1 General Objects / Tables / Columns
PROMPT Find Object by Type, Name, Status
select object_name, object_type, owner, status 
  from dba_objects 
 where upper(object_name) like upper('%&object_name%')
   and object_type like upper('%'|| NVL('&object_type', 'TABLE')|| '%')
   and status like upper('%'|| NVL('&Status', '%')|| '%')
order by object_name, object_type;

PROMPT Find table indexes, keys, columns
select index_name,column_position,column_name
from all_ind_columns 
where table_name = '&EnterTableName' 
order by index_name, column_position;

PROMPT Find tables and columns that include a table and/or column name specified.
select table_name, column_name
from  dba_tab_columns
where column_name like NVL(UPPER('&COLUMN_NAME'), column_name)
  and table_name like NVL(UPPER('&TABLE_NAME'), table_name);


1.2 Invalids / Compiling
PROMPT Find Invalids
select object_name, object_type, owner, status 
  from dba_objects 
 where status = 'INVALID';

PROMPT Compile Packages
select 'alter package '|| object_name || ' compile '|| decode(object_type, 'PACKAGE', '', 'PACKAGE BODY', 'body')|| ';'
  from dba_objects
 where status = 'INVALID'
and object_type like 'PACK%';


1 .3 Bugs and Patching
PROMPT Find specific package version
select text from dba_source
where
   name = upper( '&PackageName')
    and line < 3;

PROMPT Find bugs already installed fixed in your system
select bug_number
  from ad_bugs 
  where bug_number  ='&Bug_Number';

PROMPT Find patches applied
select substr(patch_name,1,12) patch_num 
  from ad_applied_patches
 where patch_name like '%&Patch_Number%';

NOTE: A specific bug maybe fixed by multiple patches so it might be good to look for the bug number, instead of the patch number to see if that bug is fixed already on your system. Another way is to look at the file version mentioned in the patch and check if you have that version or higher.

1.4 Other Objects
PROMPT Query view details of a specific view.
SELECT VIEW_NAME, TEXT
  FROM DBA_VIEWS 
WHERE VIEW_NAME = UPPER('&VIEW_NAME')
  and owner = 'APPS';

PROMPT Trigger details on a table.
select TABLE_NAME, COLUMN_NAME, trigger_name, trigger_type, TRIGGER_BODY
from dba_TRIGGERS 
WHERE TABLE_NAME like '%&EnterTableName%';



1.5 Helpful SQL Syntax1.5.1 Rowid:
Working with Rowids: rowidtochar(rowid) and chartorowid('AAABUeAAQAAACsjAAg')

1.5.2 Date Columns
a. Converting dates to show date with time: to_char(<date> 'DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS')
For example: select to_char(sysdate, 'DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS') from dual;
b. Comparing date columns -- Sometimes handy to skip the time portion when searching for dates. You can use the trunc command to strip the time off. This resets the time to midnight.
For example: select to_char(trunc(sysdate), 'DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI:SS') from dual;

2. Foundation (FND/ATG/AOL) 2.1 SQL related to Oracle Application Messages

PROMPT ATG
PROMPT Find Messages by Message Text
select m.message_name, m.message_text, m.message_number, a.application_short_name
from fnd_new_messages m, fnd_application a
where upper(m.message_text) like upper('%&EnterMessageText%')
and m.language_code = 'US'
and m.application_id = a.application_id;

PROMPT Find Messages by Message Short Name
select m.message_name, m.message_text, m.message_number, a.application_short_name
from fnd_new_messages m, fnd_application a
where m.message_name like '%&EnterMessageName%'
and m.language_code = 'US'
and m.application_id = a.application_id;


2.2. Review Oracle Application Programsa. Looking for trace files (Also see Note 296559.1 for more examples on various versions / releases.)
PROMPT IDENTIFY CONCURRENT REQUEST FILE
PROMPT From Bug.3211206
PROMPT Use the following query to identify the correct trace file:
PROMPT where "request" is the concurrent request id for the inventory transaction 
PROMPT worker. 
SELECT 'Request id: '||request_id ,
'Trace id: '||oracle_Process_id,
'Trace Flag: '||req.enable_trace,
'Trace Name: 
'||dest.value||'/'||lower(dbnm.value)||'_ora_'||oracle_process_id||'.trc',
'Prog. Name: '||prog.user_concurrent_program_name,
'File Name: '||execname.execution_file_name|| execname.subroutine_name ,
'Status : '||decode(phase_code,'R','Running') 
||'-'||decode(status_code,'R','Normal'),
'SID Serial: '||ses.sid||','|| ses.serial#,
'Module : '||ses.module
from fnd_concurrent_requests req, v$session ses, v$process proc,
v$parameter dest, v$parameter dbnm, fnd_concurrent_programs_vl prog, 
fnd_executables execname
where req.request_id = &request
and req.oracle_process_id=proc.spid(+)
and proc.addr = ses.paddr(+)
and dest.name='user_dump_dest'
and dbnm.name='db_name'
and req.concurrent_program_id = prog.concurrent_program_id
and req.program_application_id = prog.application_id
and prog.application_id = execname.application_id
and prog.executable_id=execname.executable_id;

b. Another for programs and managers:
PROMPT Programs and Managers
PROMPT Provide various output of concurrent managers related to a specific program.
PROMPT In this case using default of Item Supply/Demand program.
SELECT
fcq.processor_application_id, fcp.concurrent_program_name,
fr.responsibility_id, fr.responsibility_key, fr.data_group_id, fr.request_group_id,
fr.application_id, fa.application_short_name,
fcq.concurrent_queue_id, fcq.CONCURRENT_QUEUE_NAME,
fcq.MIN_PROCESSES, fcq.TARGET_PROCESSES, fcq.TARGET_NODE, fcq.SLEEP_SECONDS, fcq.CONTROL_CODE, fcq.DIAGNOSTIC_LEVEL,
fcpr.*
FROM fnd_application fa,
fnd_concurrent_programs fcp,
fnd_conc_processor_programs fcpp,
fnd_responsibility fr,
fnd_concurrent_queues fcq,
fnd_concurrent_processes fcpr
WHERE fcq.processor_application_id = fcpp.processor_application_id
AND fcq.concurrent_processor_id = fcpp.concurrent_processor_id
AND fcpp.concurrent_program_id = fcp.concurrent_program_id
AND fcpp.program_application_id = fcp.application_id
AND fcp.application_id = fa.application_id
AND fcp.concurrent_program_name = NVL('&EnterProgramShortName', 'INXDSD')
AND fr.application_id = 401
AND fr.data_group_id = fcq.data_group_id
AND fcq.manager_type = '3'
AND fcpr.concurrent_queue_id = fcq.concurrent_queue_id
AND fcpr.queue_application_id = fcq.application_id
-- AND fcpr.process_status_code = 'A'
AND fcpr.instance_number = userenv('instance')
ORDER BY dbms_random.random;

c. Concurrent program statuses
PROMPT Concurrent program values
Select distinct lookup_code, meaning From Fnd_Lookup_Values
Where Lookup_Type = 'CP_STATUS_CODE'
order by lookup_code;

A Waiting
B Resuming
C Normal
D Cancelled
E Error
G Warning
H On Hold
I Normal
M No Manager
P Scheduled
Q Standby
R Normal
S Suspended
T Terminating
U Disabled
W Paused
X Terminated
Z Waiting

d. Submitted Concurrent Programs
Select * From Fnd_Concurrent_Requests
Where Request_Id = &YourRequestID;

Example Output:
Phase_Code: C
Status_Code: G
Argument_Text: 207, 2, , Jbp1-M1-10, ,
Argument1: 207
Argument2: 2
Argument3: Null
Argument4: JTP1-M1-10
CONCURRENT_PROGRAM_ID: 31534

e. Ensure trace is disabled
The best way is to check via the forms System Administrator > Concurrent > Programs > Define. This is just a quick update to change trace enabled to no.
Update Fnd_Concurrent_Programs
Set Enable_Trace = 'N'
where ENABLE_TRACE = 'Y';


2.3. Users and Responsibilitiesa. Basic user check
PROMPT Basic check for user details
select user_id, user_name, employee_id
from fnd_user
where user_name like '&EnterUserName%';

b. Active users

PROMPT Active Users
select fnd.user_name, icx.responsibility_application_id, icx.responsibility_id, frt.responsibility_name,
icx.session_id, icx.first_connect,
icx.last_connect,
DECODE ((icx.disabled_flag),'N', 'ACTIVE', 'Y', 'INACTIVE') status
from
fnd_user fnd, icx_sessions icx, fnd_responsibility_tl frt
where
fnd.user_id = icx.user_id
and icx.responsibility_id = frt.responsibility_id
and icx.disabled_flag <> 'Y'
and trunc(icx.last_connect) = trunc(sysdate)
order by icx.last_connect;

c. Users with a responsibility
There is also a similar concurrent program "Users of a Responsibility".
PROMPT Find users who have a responsibility
select usr.user_id, usr.user_name, res.RESPONSIBILITY_ID, res.RESPONSIBILITY_NAME
from apps.FND_USER usr, apps.FND_RESPONSIBILITY_TL res, apps.FND_USER_RESP_GROUPS grp
where upper(res.RESPONSIBILITY_NAME) like upper('%' || NVL('&EnterRespName', 'INV')|| '%')
and upper(res.RESPONSIBILITY_NAME) NOT like '%AX%'
and upper(res.RESPONSIBILITY_NAME) NOT like '%OPM%'
and grp.responsibility_id = res.responsibility_id
and grp.user_id = usr.user_id;

d. Values of a profile option
It is sometimes hard to know where a profile option is set. A user might have a profile option set, an application, responsibility, and these might result in unexpected results. The following prompts for the profile name that a user sees. You could also query for the internal profile code instead by using the column a.profile_option_name instead.
select
b.user_profile_option_name "Long Name"
, a.profile_option_name "Short Name"
, decode(to_char(c.level_id),'10001','Site'
,'10002','Application'
,'10003','Responsibility'
,'10004','User'
,'Unknown') "Level"
, decode(to_char(c.level_id),'10001','Site'
,'10002',nvl(h.application_short_name,to_char(c.level_value))
,'10003',nvl(g.responsibility_name,to_char(c.level_value))
,'10004',nvl(e.user_name,to_char(c.level_value))
,'Unknown') "Level Value"
, c.PROFILE_OPTION_VALUE "Profile Value"
, c.profile_option_id "Profile ID"
, to_char(c.LAST_UPDATE_DATE,'DD-MON-YYYY HH24:MI') "Updated Date"
, nvl(d.user_name,to_char(c.last_updated_by)) "Updated By"
from
apps.fnd_profile_options a
, apps.FND_PROFILE_OPTIONS_VL b
, apps.FND_PROFILE_OPTION_VALUES c
, apps.FND_USER d
, apps.FND_USER e
, apps.FND_RESPONSIBILITY_VL g
, apps.FND_APPLICATION h
where
--a.application_id = nvl(401, a.application_id)
--and a.profile_option_name = nvl('INV', a.profile_option_name)
b.user_profile_option_name like '&ProfileName' -- 'AFLOG_ENABLED'
and a.profile_option_name = b.profile_option_name
and a.profile_option_id = c.profile_option_id
and a.application_id = c.application_id
and c.last_updated_by = d.user_id (+)
and c.level_value = e.user_id (+)
and c.level_value = g.responsibility_id (+)
and c.level_value = h.application_id (+)
order by
b.user_profile_option_name, c.level_id,
decode(to_char(c.level_id),'10001','Site'
,'10002',nvl(h.application_short_name,to_char(c.level_value))
,'10003',nvl(g.responsibility_name,to_char(c.level_value))
,'10004',nvl(e.user_name,to_char(c.level_value))
,'Unknown');


2.4 Set Context / InitializeSometimes you want to run queries that reference profile options. To do this, you should first initialize the context of the current session to the user, responsibility and application being used. You can also set the context of the current inventory organization for queries that reference the organization context.

a. Set context
PROMPT Initialize context of profiles, etc.
PROMPT Note you can query the user id, responsibility id,
PROMPT and application id from the FND tables.
execute fnd_global.APPS_INITIALIZE(&UserID, &ResponsibilityID, &ApplicationID);

b. Set organization
PROMPT Set organization
PROMPT Note you can query the organization idea from mtl_parameters.
execute fnd_client_info.set_org_context('&OrganizationID');

  3. Manufacturing 3.1 Manufacturing General

PROMPT MANUFACTURING
PROMPT Find standard codes and their meanings
select
   lookup_type,
   lookup_code,
   substr(meaning, 1, 60) "Meaning"
from mfg_lookups
where
upper(lookup_type) like upper('%'||NVL('&YourType', 'N/A')||'%')
or lookup_type IN('SERIAL_NUM_STATUS', 'MTL_PRIMARY_COST', 'MTL_CC_ENTRY_STATUSES', 'MTL_TXN_REQUEST_STATUS', 'MOVE_ORDER_TYPE')
order by lookup_type, lookup_code;



3.2. Setup 3.2.1. Inventorya. Transaction types

PROMPT MANUFACTURING: INVENTORY
PROMPT Transaction Type
SELECT transaction_type_id, transaction_action_id, TRANSACTION_SOURCE_TYPE_ID, TRANSACTION_TYPE_NAME
FROM MTL_TRANSACTION_TYPES
WHERE to_char(transaction_type_id) like ('%&YourTransactionTypeID%')
ORDER BY transaction_type_id;


b. Transaction sources:
PROMPT Transaction Source
select transaction_source_type_id, transaction_source_type_name
from mtl_txn_source_types
where transaction_source_type_id like NVL('&TransSourceID', '%');
3.3. Transactions 3.3.1. Inventory Transactionsa. Stuck interface transactions (Group By)
PROMPT Stuck Transactions - GroupBy MTI
select transaction_type_id, organization_id, substr(error_code, 1, 30),
substr(error_explanation, 1, 50), to_char(transaction_date, 'YYYY-MM'),
count(*)
from mtl_transactions_interface
group by transaction_type_id, organization_id, to_char(transaction_date, 'YYYY-MM'),
substr(error_code, 1, 30), substr(error_explanation, 1, 50);

b. Stuck pending transactions (Group By)
PROMPT Stuck Transactions - GroupBy MMTT
select transaction_type_id, organization_id, substr(error_code, 1, 30), 
substr(error_explanation, 1, 50), to_char(transaction_date, 'YYYY-MM'), 
count(*) 
from mtl_material_transactions_temp
group by transaction_type_id, organization_id, to_char(transaction_date, 'YYYY-MM'), 
substr(error_code, 1, 30), substr(error_explanation, 1, 50);
c. Stuck move order transactions (Group By)
PROMPT Stuck Transactions - GroupBy Move Order
select transaction_type_id, to_char(transaction_date,'YYYY-MON'),
decode(transaction_status,2,'Untransacted Move order', transaction_status),
error_code, error_explanation,
count(*)
from mtl_material_transactions_temp
where organization_id = &Org_id
group by transaction_type_id, to_char(transaction_date,'YYYY-MON'),
decode(transaction_status,2,'Untransacted Move order', transaction_status),
error_code, error_explanation;

d. Uncosted transactions (Group By)
PROMPT Uncosted Transactions - GroupBy MMT
select transaction_type_id, organization_id, costed_flag,
to_char(transaction_date, 'YYYY-MM'), error_code, substr(error_explanation, 1, 50),
count(*)
from mtl_material_transactions
where costed_flag IN ('N','E')
group by transaction_type_id, organization_id, costed_flag, to_char(transaction_date, 'YYYY-MM'),
error_code, substr(error_explanation, 1, 50);

e. Dump information about transaction tables
PROMPT Stuck Transactions Dump - MTI
select transaction_interface_id, inventory_item_id, organization_id, subinventory_code,
locator_id, revision, transaction_quantity, transaction_date, transaction_type_id,
transaction_source_id, transfer_subinventory, transfer_locator,
trx_source_line_id, cost_group_id, process_flag, lock_flag, transaction_mode,
error_explanation, error_code
from mtl_transactions_interface
order by transaction_source_id, trx_source_line_id;

PROMPT Stuck Transactions Dump - MMTT
select transaction_temp_id, inventory_item_id, organization_id, subinventory_code, locator_id, revision,
transaction_quantity, transaction_date, transaction_type_id, transaction_source_id, transfer_subinventory,
transfer_to_location, trx_source_line_id, cost_group_id, process_flag, lock_flag, transaction_mode,
error_explanation, error_code
from mtl_material_transactions_temp
order by transaction_source_id, trx_source_line_id;

PROMPT Stuck Transactions Dump - MMT
select
transaction_id, inventory_item_id, organization_id, subinventory_code,
locator_id, revision, transaction_quantity, transaction_date,
transaction_type_id, transaction_source_id, transfer_subinventory,
transfer_locator_id, trx_source_line_id, cost_group_id,
error_explanation, error_code,
from mtl_material_transactions
where costed_flag IN ('N','E')
order by transaction_source_id, trx_source_line_id;

ReferencesNOTE:568012.1 - FAQ: Inventory Standard Datafixes
NOTE:605044.1 - Tom's Top Inventory FAQ Notes 2009

 

 

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