Online Oracle Apps DBA 11i Training

We are pleased to announce our next online Oracle Apps DBA training batch starting on 11th October 2008. This course is available via web conference (weekends) with hands on exercise on installation/patching/cloning.

Course content for Training:

Day 1 & Day 2

-Oracle Applications Architecture -Oracle Application File systems-Operating System Configuration-Oracle Application Installation-Oracle Application Installation Troubleshooting-Log file locations-Login and various settings in Oracle applications-Important Server Configuration files

Day 3

-What is Patch?-Types of Patch-How to apply Patch in Oracle Application and Database? -Autopatch-Adctrl utility-Troubleshooting Patch -Real Time Scenarios–

Day 4

-What are AD Utilities? -Adadmin-Adadmin Details on Server-Special AD utilities- AD Utilities Practical Session-Troubleshooting AD utilities-Real Time Scenarios–

Day 5

– What is Autoconfig? – In-depth details of Autoconfig. – Details look of Config file.-Utilities- Autoconfig Practical Session-Troubleshooting Autoconfig-Changing Passwords in Oracle application- Real time Scenarios –

Day 6

-What is cloning?-In-depth understanding of Cloning.-What changes happen during cloning?- Release 11i Cloning Lab-Various Logs generated during Cloning-Advance cloning concepts (Hot Backup Cloning and others)-TroubleshootingCloning-Practical Lab for Hands-on-

Day 7

-Basics of Concurrent Manager -Types of Concurrent Manager-Troubleshooting Concurrent Manager-Real time Scenarios-Troubleshooting Login Issues in Oracle Applications

Other benefits:

Remote access to server to practice at your leisure (with prior appointment) – Support for next two months for technical issues

Some FAQ’s:

How will the training work?

Instructor will explain and demo Oracle 11i Apps tutorials over an interactive web conferencing software. You will be given a URL, to connect to Oracle Apps instance and can practice at your leisure on our servers.

What will you learn in this training course? Everything that you need to know about oracle 11i Apps as DBA. This course will cover day to day task performed by Apps DBA’s like patching/cloning.

What is the schedule for training?

Training is scheduled for 11th, 12th, 18th, 19th, 25th & 26th October and 1st November 2008 . We’ll provide support for next 2 months for any issues/doubts.

What will be the timings of training?

Indian Standard Time (IST) – 5.30 pm

Eastern Standard Time (EST) – 8.00 am

Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) – 12:00 pm

Pacific Standard Time (PST) – 5:00 am

Mountain Standard Time (MST) – 5:00 am

Central Standard Time (CST) – 7:00 am

What is the availability of seats?

To keep quality of training to be optimal, we are restricting the capacity to 6 Learners only.

What is the cost of the training course?

750 $ (Seven hundred fifty US Dollars) for entire course including support for next two months.

How much of the class will be practical?

Trainer will be conducting all sessions practically which you can see remotely at your place & will connect to you through collaborative suite, where you can discuss each & every thing with him at the time of session itself

Will R12 features be covered in training?

Though the main focus will be on 11i but trainer will mention new features/differences of R12 as the topic goes on. Interested users can fill the below mention form with their confirmation, our team will get back to you.

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sathya says September 19, 2008

i think this is good.

ricky says November 12, 2008


i learned oracle apps dba.
but i want some faqs about concurrent manager and apache issues.



david says November 12, 2008


but i want some faqs about concurrent manager and apache issues.


sukesh says July 1, 2010

Hi ,

Is there any option to bounce http prodess with out using stop commend….


Atul Kumar says July 1, 2010

@ Sukesh,
Why would you want to do that ?

Kill PID running apache and start it using start

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