August 13, 2017
Many great websites like “oracle base” let you copy the content from their site, so that you can make documents for offline references. Obviously, you need to copy, paste make sometimes format a bit here and there so that the document finally becomes worth keeping.
One of the major issues with most of the free PDF printers is the lack of ability to include the embedded urls. Once you find an interesting article and use a free PDF printer like “PDF Creator”, you will realize that whole the book marked urls are lost other than the links starting with http:// or www
With the recent versions of Microsoft Word software (Office 2010 & later) , Microsoft lets the users to save a word document as PDF, in addition to printing the documents as PDFs. So what are the main difference between printing and saving as a word document?
While printing, the engine discards all the embedded URLs and the end user gets a plain PDF file, and when saved as (From file Save as context) PDF, all underlying URLs are preserved as bookmarks and clickable links are created automatically.
Does it sounds interesting? Give it a try and let us know!
December 11, 2016
firstname.lastname@example.org:/u01/applprod/PROD/apps/apps_st/appl/au/12.0.0/forms/US>frmcmp_batch module=$AU_TOP/forms/US/XXITMDTLS.fmb userid=apps/apps output_file=$ONT_TOP/forms/US/XXITMDTLS.fmx Module_Type=FORM compile_all=Special
frmcmp_batch: error while loading shared libraries: libig.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Recently I cloned our Production instance to check the feasibility of OEL 6.7 & as usual securely copied most of the bash profile for the Oracle and Application manager users from the production server.
I came across the “cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory” error while trying to compile an old form module & hadn’t have a clue for how to deal with this error, that happened to me first time in last 8 years with Oracle applications.
I crosschecked the folder permissions against production instance and everything was fine. All I could remember which could have gone wrong was narrowed down to the bash profile for the application user and after validating I realized that I was sourcing a wrong environment file!
Instead of sourcing the “/apps/apps_st/appl/APPSPRODBAK_hostname.env” file, I was sourcing “/apps/apps_st/appl/PRODBAK_hostname.env”. I realized it while trying to echo the $ORACLE_HOME variable as application manager user.
So, if you come across “error while loading shared libraries” error while trying to compile, before start dismantling your instance, try to see whether you have sourced the environment variables correctly.