Sunday, 31 January 2016

How to Check Patch Applied Status in Oracle Applications?

R11i,12.0.x,12.1.x
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From Oracle Applications Release 11i to 12.1.x, Patch application Status can be queried from ad_bugs or ad_applied_patches tables

Query to check whether patch is applied on a instance.

SQL>select bug_number,creation_date,last_update_date from apps.ad_bugs where bug_number='&patchnum';

SQL> select PATCH_NAME,CREATION_DATE from apps.ad_applied_patches where PATCH_NAME='&patchnum';

What is difference between above two Queries?


Suppose, we applied a patch which has multiple bugfixes.The details of all bugs fixed by the patch are listed in ad_bugs table.
In Contrast,ad_applied_patches table give info only about the patches which are applied through adpatch utility.


R12.2
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From Release 12.2, Online Patching utility(adop) is used for Patching application Filesystem.

Querying the data from ad_bugs or ad_applied_patches tables may not give correct information.Because, online patching can be aborted anytime prior to Cutover Phase.
ad_bugs or ad_applied_patches tables may contain entries for patches which are started through adop and later aborted.

The below query gives accurate Information about Patch Applied Status in R12.2

select AD_PATCH.IS_PATCH_APPLIED(\'$release\',\'$appltop_id\',\'$patch_no\',\'$language\') from dual;

example sql:
SELECT adb.bug_number,ad_patch.is_patch_applied('11i', 1045, adb.bug_number)
FROM ad_bugs adb
WHERE adb.bug_number in (22498647);

or for single app tier installations:
select ad_patch.is_patch_applied('R12',-1,22498647) from dual;

Sample Output:

EXPLICIT = applied
NOT APPLIED = not applied / aborted


Database
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Login to Database node as the database os user

Set environment using commands below

$export ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle/product/112

$export PATH=$PATH:$ORACLE_HOME/Opatch

$which opatch
==>It should give output like /u01/app/oracle/product/112/Opatch

$opatch lsinventory -invPtrLoc $ORACLE_HOME/oraInst.loc

== This gives list of all patches applied to the ORACLE_HOME


$opatch lsinventory -invPtrLoc $ORACLE_HOME/oraInst.loc|grep 988765


==> To check if a particular patch is applied to the ORACLE_HOME



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