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Oracle EBS 12.2 on-prem is now certified with Oracle 19c – and will become a PDB

Great news – and I’m just putting the pieces together. Oracle EBS 12.2 on-prem is now certified with Oracle 19c.

Oracle EBS 12.2 on-prem is now certified with Oracle 19c - and will become a PDB

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Plan your upgrade(s)

You can plan your EBS and database upgrades now. I know from discussions at conferences and workshops, that customers felt locked in on older databases releases. As a result, we waived the Extended Support for the database for those who still are on Oracle 11.2.0.4 and 12.1.0.2 as database for an EBS installation.

Please be aware that the certification as of now includes only Linux and SPARC Solaris platforms. …

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Extended Support Fee waived for EBS customers for Oracle 12.1 and 11.2

Extended Support Fee waived for EBS customers for Oracle 12.1 and 11.2

The responsible team announced it at Collaborate Conference in San Antonio, TX, a few days ago: If you are an Oracle E-Business Suite customer with Oracle Database 12.1 or 11.2 in use for your EBS environment, then you will like this announcement. As of now the Extended Support Fee has been waived for EBS customers for Oracle 12.1 and 11.2 until December 2020.

Where do you find more information?

Please see the blog post of the EBS team here:

And of course, the official MOS Note:

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Oracle 12.1.0.2 is now certified with Oracle EBS 12.2

Just copying this information from Steven Chang’s blog:

Please note that Oracle Database 12.1.0.2 is already certified with EBS 12.1. 

–Mike…

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Too many heap subpools might break the upgrade

Recently one of our new upcoming Oracle Database 11.2 reference customers did upgrade their production database – a huge EBS system from Oracle 9.2.0.8 to Oracle Database 11.2.0.2. They’ve tested very well, we’ve optimized the upgrade process, the recompilation timings etc.

But once the live upgrade was done it did fail in the JAVA component piece with this error:

begin if
initjvmaux.startstep(‘CREATE_JAVA_SYSTEM’) then
*
ORA-29553:
classw in use: SYS.javax/mail/folder
ORA-06512: at “SYS.INITJVMAUX”, line 23
ORA-06512: at line 5

Support diagnosis was pretty quick – and refered to:
Bug 10165223 – ORA-29553: class in
use: sys.javax/mail/folder during database

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