[Linux] Transfer Files Or Folder Using SCP

It is very easy to transfer files on linux operating system, we can use scp (secure copy). scp allows files / folder to be copied to, from, or between different hosts. It uses ssh for data transfer and provides the same authentication and same level of security as ssh.

1. Copy from local host to remote host
scp /path/to/source-file user@remotehost:/path/to/destination-folder/

2. Copy from remote host to local host
 scp username@remotehost:filename /some/local/folder

3. Copy from remote host to remote host
scp username@remotehost1:/some/remote/folder/filename \ username@remotehost2:/some/remote/folder/

[Oracle EBS] Query To Find Application Name And Short Name

This query can be used to lists all the applications related information and to find the APPLICATION_SHORT_NAME of a module (eg. Payables, Receivables, Order Management, etc.)

SELECT fa.application_id           "Application ID",
       fat.application_name        "Application Name",
       fa.application_short_name   "Application Short Name",
       fa.basepath                 "Basepath"
  FROM fnd_application     fa,
       fnd_application_tl  fat
 WHERE fa.application_id = fat.application_id
   AND fat.language      = USERENV('LANG')
   --AND fat.application_name = 'General Ledger' 
 ORDER BY fat.application_name;

[Oracle EBS] Change EBS User Password Using PL/SQL

If you have a locked EBS user account or need to change the user passwords using FND_USER_PKG.changePassword API with PL / SQL then you can use the following script



 dbms_output.put_line(2) ;
end if;

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