Wednesday, August 13, 2014

How to enable Diagnostics in Oracle Applications 11i, R12

How to enable Diagnostics in Oracle Applications

 
For enabling 'Diagnostics', there are 2 system profiles need to set against user-

  • Utilities:Diagnostics
  • Hide Diagnostics menu entry

These profile needs to be set at user level. So only specific user can access this functionality.
Generally we gave these access to support peoples or developers.
 
If you are setting at site level then all user can access this functionality.

Navigation: Go to System Admnistrator responsibility
Profile> System

Enter User name and profile name 'Hide Diagnostics menu entry' like shown below-

By Default , diagnostics menu is enabled for all users.

You can set it 'Yes' if you want to hide that Diagnostics menu for some user.
Else set 'No' if you want to enable for specific user.

If you set for site level it will get enable for all users.

















Navigation: Go to System Admnistrator responsibility
Profile> System

Enter User name and profile name 'Utilities:Diagnostics' like shown below-

You can set it 'Yes' if you want to enable diagnostics utilities for that user.
Else set 'No' if you dont want to enable for specific user. In this case , if user trying to access, then application will ask for apps password.

If you set for site level it will get enable for all users.


















Save changes and close session.

When you open new session, you will be able to see diagnostics menu and able to access their utilities like shown below-

 

3 comments:

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  2. Hi Sagar,

    I have used the same procedure but still the option is not enabled for me. Is there any other way of doing it. Please advise.

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