Here is one of Reader’s Question around Autoconfig in Oracle Apps 11i/R12 “What is difference between adautoconfig.sh, adautocfg.sh and adconfig.sh ?”
To those who are new to Oracle Applications , using AutoConfig you can reconfigure your Oracle E-Business Suite configuration from values mentioned in $CONTEXT_FILE . To know more about Autoconfig click here or read chapter 5 from Oracle Applications Concept guide here
adautocfg.sh : is a wrapper around autoconfig script($AD_TOP/bin/adconfig.sh) . a) For application Tier this file is located in $ADMIN_SCRIPTS_HOME (in R12) or $COMMON_TOP/admin/scripts/$CONTEXT_NAME (in 11i)
b) For Database Tierthis file file is in $ORACLE_HOME/ appsutil/ scripts $CONTEXT_NAME (both 11i & R12)
This file invokes $AD_TOP/bin/adconfig.sh on Application Tier and $ORACLE_HOME/ appsutil/bin/adconfig.sh on Database Tier.
adconfig.sh : is script (which in turn calls adconfig.pl) to run Autoconfig tool which reconfigures application or database tier using context file (XML file) . adconfig.sh is located in $AD_TOP/bin (For 11i & R12 Application Tier) and $ORACLE_HOME/appsutil/bin (For 11i & R12 Database Tier)
So what is adautoconfig.sh– Well I don’t think there is any script like adautoconfig.sh ? What do you think ?
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