In versions prior to, the command is opatch apply.
Every Oracle CPU (Critical Patch Update) is installed using this utility, as well as all other patches that Oracle produces to fix bugs and update their product.
OPatch can now determine and cleanup files in the patch storage that are no longer required.
Execute the script as instructed in the My Oracle Support note 1436338.1 at the following location: You can also select tamil monthly calendar 2014 pdf and download the files manually.The URL opens in the browser and the contents are copied into Notepad and the file is then saved as an XML.The minimum OPatch version required to install BP1.4.If you have configured Enterprise Manager for Disaster Recovery by deploying one or more standby OMS and a standby database (Oracle RAC or single instance) at another site, patching of the standby site should be performed after all patches and plug-in updates have been deployed.To upgrade the BI Publisher reports, complete the following: Start the BI Publisher Managed Server named "BIP".Figure 2-31 Patch Information Upload patches by selecting their patch metadata and the patch zip file.Figure 2-50 Plug-in Version To deploy each updated plug-in on each Standby OMS, complete the following: Go to the Self Update page, click Plug-in, then select the required plug-in.Go to the OMS home /bin directory and import the update file you downloaded in the previous step by executing the following command:./emcli import_update -omslocal -file absolute location of the zip file For example:./emcli import_update -omslocal This command will make the update show.Run the following EM CLI command on one of the primary site OMS servers: emcli export_update -id update id -deep -host standby OMS host -dir directory to export archives host credential options For example: emcli export_update -id725C4384A8D3AAB4BB1F deep m -dir/scratch/aime/plugins -credential_nameBDC -credential_ownersysman The command syntax.
Copy the unzipped, oPatch folder to the oracle_home directory: Check the version of the opatch binary.
To deploy a plug-in in offline mode on a management agent, complete the following: From the Setup menu, select Extensibility, then select Plug-ins R ight-click the plug-in, select Deploy On, then select Management Agent to deploy the plug-in on the Management Agent.
Figure 2-60 Count of New Updates Select the Plug-in folder to see a list of the available new plug-ins.
The following examples use a directory called "plugupdate " on the OMS host to store this catalog ZIP file.Table 2-1, "Metadata Files" provides a list of the files to be downloaded and their locations.Figure 2-86 Deploy On Management Agent Complete the remaining steps as described in Section.5.1, "Deploying a Plug-in in Online Mode on a Management Agent".The Schedule Download dialog appears.Figure 2-34 Repository Operations Figure 2-35 Repository Scheduler Job Status Stop and start your Database and OMS before your start the plug-in upgrade.Redeploy all jvmd Management Agents.Follow the instructions in Section.7, "Upgrading ADP and jvmd (Optional if you are updating to the release of the Oracle Fusion Middleware Plug-in and you already have Application Dependency and Performance (ADP) or JVM Diagnostics (jvmd) installed.Select the latest OPatch version (.4 or higher).Section.4.3, "Using the Correct OPatch Version".