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System Administrator – Maintenance

A system administrator is involved in setting up an Oracle Applications installation, controlling access, and ensuring smooth ongoing operation. The tasks involved in these functions are described in the Oracle Applications System Administrator’s Documentation Set, in these three volumes:

  • Security
  • Configuration
  • Maintenance

This Maintenance volume describes maintenance tasks for an Oracle Applications installation, as well as tasks you might perform on a frequent basis. Managing Concurrent Processing and Concurrent Programs.
Monitoring an Applications System Using Oracle Applications Manager
Oracle Applications Manager allows you to monitor many components of your applications system, such as database status, system activity, forms sessions and processes, and applications usage.
In addition, the OAM console can provide information on system alerts, metrics, and logs that can help you diagnose potential problems. For example, configuration issues,overdue routine maintenance tasks, and invalid data can cause serious problems requiring either an automated response or manual intervention.

Oracle Workflow Manager

Oracle Workflow Manager is a component of Oracle Applications Manager that allows system administrators to manage Oracle Workflow for multiple Oracle Applications instances.
Using Oracle Workflow Manager, administrators can control Workflow system services, such as notification mailers, agent listeners, and other service components, background engines, purging obsolete Workflow data, and cleanup of the Workflow control queue.
Administrators can also monitor work item processing by viewing the distribution of all work items by status and drilling down to additional information. Additionally, they can monitor event message processing for local Business Event System agents by viewing the distribution of event messages by status as well as queue propagation schedules. With this ability to monitor work items and event messages, a system administrator can identify possible bottlenecks easily.

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