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Re: How to generate Tkprof for a peoplesoft session

If you are licensed for it...I find it best to just query data from v$active_session_history and filter by client info column, which contains the OPRID of the
Ethan Post
Mar 28
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Re: How to generate Tkprof for a peoplesoft session

TKProf (the transient kernel profiler) is used to take the raw Oracle SQL trace (event 10046) and profile it. The trace file is a Oracle database trace, so it
David Kurtz
Mar 28
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5092

Re: How to generate Tkprof for a peoplesoft session

David Isnt TKPROF a tool that converts a raw trace file to a text file .Peoplesoft produces a readable text file. Am I thinking something different
Subrata Mondal
Mar 28
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5091

Re: How to generate Tkprof for a peoplesoft session

I assume you are talking about a user logged into the PIA. You generally can't produce a single trace for a single user because they may use many different
David Kurtz
Mar 27
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FW: PeopleSoft DBA Forum How to generate Tkprof for a peoplesoft ses

Maybe you need to talk with the user, the user should enter to PS using "&trace=y" in the URL... ... From: psftdba@yahoogroups.com
Juarez, Jose Antonio
Mar 27
#5090
 
5089

How to generate Tkprof for a peoplesoft session

Is there a way I can generate a sql trace (TKPROF) for a PeopleSoft User (OPRID). I like to create some kind of trigger on a particular oprid for
xlagah
Mar 27
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5088

Re: What is the best method for "discovering" the PS_CFG_HOME?

This script (Korn) is working pretty well for me. Let me know if you try it and find something wrong with it. You need to run it like this....
Ethan Post
Mar 27
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5087

Re: What is the best method for "discovering" the PS_CFG_HOME?

Just to share the path I am headed down. The agent will find psappsrv.env which is located in each application server. If there is a LOG directory and log
Ethan Post
Mar 27
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5086

How to generate Tkprof for a peoplesoft session

Is there a way I can generate a sql trace (TKPROF) for a PeopleSoft logged in User (OPRID) ? ( PeopleSoft user will just login by using his/her Oprid). I mean
xlagah
Mar 27
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Re[2]: PeopleSoft DBA Forum PSFT DB Migration

Hello If you want you have other sql developer migration tool...let me know if have questions. Gerardo. -- Enviado desde la aplicaciĆ³n myMail para Android ...
ghernandezs
Mar 27
#5085
 
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Re: What is the best method for "discovering" the PS_CFG_HOME?

Define it in the .profile or in your environment specific script( psdev.sh for example) depending if you run multiple environments on the server.
margery brauner
Mar 27
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Re: What is the best method for "discovering" the PS_CFG_HOME?

Why would you need to discover it? It's a defined variable for the instance owner. Assuming you're using Unix and not Windoze it's either in the .profile or
the_dragon Draco
Mar 27
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What is the best method for "discovering" the PS_CFG_HOME?

Any ideas for how a script running on a server would go about finding the PS_CFG_HOME? Finding PS_HOME is easy, just look for psconfig.sh. However finding
Ethan Post
Mar 27
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PeopleSoft Architecture

Dear all, I hope you are doing well. Currently,we are going to upgrade our peoplesoft architecture and I drafted one solution architecture and I need your
mohamed.khalil9
Mar 23
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Re: PSFT DB Migration

Michel I did once migrate a database from SQL Server to Oracle with Data Mover (this was PeopleTools 5 and Oracle 7) but it was fairly small. Where does the
David Kurtz
Mar 17
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