Monitoring Oracle Applications Reports and Programs
Oracle Applications lets you monitor your concurrent requests when
you display the Requests window. And, if your request has not yet
started running, Oracle Applications lets you cancel or change some of
the request's parameter, scheduling, or completion options.
This section tells you how to monitor your concurrent requests and
modify their options after you submit them to run.
Concurrent Request Phase and Status
The Requests window displays a phase and status summary for each
concurrent request listed.
A concurrent request has a life cycle consisting of the following phases:
pending, running, completed, and inactive.
During each phase, a concurrent request has a specific condition or
status. Table 7 1 lists each phase/status combination and describes
its meaning in relation to a request.
If a request is pending, you can determine when it will start by using
the Concurrent Managers For the Request window to review the
request's position in the queues of current managers that can run that
request (see Tracking your request in the concurrent manager's queue
page 7 4 ).
7 9 Monitoring Oracle Applications Reports and Programs Monitoring Requests Oracle Applications lets you monitor your concurrent requests when you display the Requests window.