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SubbaRao says May 28, 2008

Hi Atul,

Nice post.

Adding to the above,the following metalink notes might also be helpful.

How to Show the Patch History for Merged Patches in OAM Doc ID: Note:342035.1

How to Merge Patches Using admrgpch Doc ID: Note:228779.1

Reducing Down Time When Applying Patch for Oracle E-Business Applications 11i Doc ID: Note:432597.1

How to Find Patching History (10.7, 11.0, 11i) Doc ID: Note:231701.1

Application Install AutoPatch Setup Test Doc ID: Note:235447.1

Regards,
Subbu

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Atul says May 28, 2008

Thanks Subbu, I’ll add these one as well in list

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Alibaba says June 29, 2008

Thank you very much to both of you. Excellent work.

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Yilma says June 6, 2009

Thank you Atul. It helps a lot. By the way, you are a great explainer.

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sriharish says April 15, 2010

these links are out of date.. please update with new links..

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Narendra says June 16, 2011

Hi Atul,

I am integrating OAM 11g and EBS 12.1.1 for that I need patch 9824524 but from the support.oracle.com I am not able to download it, what can I do ?

Thanks & Regards,
Narendra.Challa

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Atul Kumar says June 20, 2011

@ Narendra,
This means that you don’t have access to download patch (ask your CSI administrator to give you access to download patch)

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Mahaboob Basha Shaik says February 28, 2012

Hi,
It was nice studying this web site, learnt patch basics. However i would like to know when we apply any patch what would be retain and what would get over written?

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Atul Kumar says March 2, 2012

@ Mahaboob Basha Shaik,
Each patch contains different set of files which could update database objects, forms, reports or objects in application tier.

To find out what objects patch changes , open patch and its artefacts

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