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Friday, March 10, 2017



              Re-routing the oracle application forms two node to one node in load-balance.


 This post helps you to change the oracle applications which is running in two-nodes and re-route to one node.

This type of scenario is explicitly for any network latency in one of the application node. And in order to over come the business loss for the customer . The following steps are to be performed in order to change it .


Solution :

1. First, check the network latency of the two application nodes and finalize to which node to re-route.

2. After that , take the context_file backup to avoid any mishap.

3. Now, the edit the following parameter in order to move to other node to take effect,

a)   <login_page oa_var="s_login_page">http://hostname.domain.com:8005/OA_HTML/AppsLogin</login_page>    

                    to

 <login_page oa_var="s_login_page">http://hostname2.domain.com:8005/OA_HTML/AppsLogin</login_page>


b)  <externURL oa_var="s_external_url">http://hostname.domain.com8005</externURL>
                                    to
<externURL oa_var="s_external_url">http://hostname2.domain.com:8005</externURL>


c) <webentryhost oa_var="s_webentryhost">hostname</webentryhost>
                                   to
webentryhost oa_var="s_webentryhost">hostname2</webentryhost>


Considering the hostname as shared form name, hostname1 as first node and hostname2 as second node.

In this example we have re-routed to second node of the application server.







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