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How to Create The Service Manager ‘FNDSM’ on Oracle Applications

Create The Service Manager ‘FNDSM’

Run below command to check if node is registered for FNDSM:-
select CONCURRENT_QUEUE_NAME from FND_CONCURRENT_QUEUES where CONCURRENT_QUEUE_NAME like ‘FNDSM%’;

if not then follow

Note.218893.1 :How to Create The Service Manager ‘FNDSM’ on Oracle Applications

SOLUTION

From the Application tier:

1. Log in as applmgr
2. cd to $FND_TOP/patch/115/sql
3. Run the script: afdcm037.sql
4. This script will create libraries for FNDSM and create Managers for Preexisting Nodes.

Note: Service Manager “FNDSM” can not be created from form:
Concurrent> Manager> Define under Sysadmin Responsibility.

Reference <bug:6085070 FNDSM TRIGGER CAUSES SERVICE MANAGER NOT TO BE CREATED AFTER CLONING SINGLE NODE>

 

 

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