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Know some of the concurrent managers

The key types of concurrent managers in EBS are:

  • Internal Concurrent Manager (ICM)
  • Conflict Resolution Manager (CRM)
  • Product Specific Managers
  • Transaction Managers

The Internal and the Standard concurrent managers

  • Oracle System Administration predefines two managers for you:
  • The Internal Concurrent Manager, which functions as the "boss" of all the other managers.
  • The Internal Concurrent Manager starts up, verifies the status of, resets, and shuts down the individual managers.
  • The Internal Concurrent Manager also enforces program incompatibility rules by comparing program definitions for requested programs with those programs already running in an Oracle username designated as a logical database (i.e., an Oracle account where program incompatibility rules are enforced).
  • You cannot alter the definition of the Internal Concurrent Manager.

Conflict Resolution Manager (CRM)

Product Specific Managers

Transaction Managers

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#3 Comment By sunil reddy On March 14, 2009 @ 7:35 am

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