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How to know Web ADI Version ?

Posted on July 18th, 2008 by Sanjit Anand ||Email This Post Email This Post

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How to know ‘Web ADI’ Version in EBS?

You have two options to find the version of WebADI , if you do not want to get any help from DBA.

dgreybarrow-2Option 1(a) Release 12

  1. You need to logon in EBS
  2. Once you get the Homepage, you need to paste the url in the same browser window.
    http://hostname:portnumber/OA_HTML/BneAdminServlet
  3. You replace the hostname,domain and port number
  4. Once you enter these details, An html/xml return page list out the ‘Web ADI’ versions.
  5. Look for the attribute named “Bne Release Label”.

webadi version

dgreybarrow-2Option 1 (b) Release 11i

Follow same steps as above

The url of step 2 will be

http://hostname.portnumber/oa_servlets/oracle.apps.bne.framework.BneAdminServlet

webadi version

dgreybarrow-2Option 2:

  1. Logon to EBS using ‘Web ADI’, create a Document.
  2. Once you completed the activity and when spreadsheet is launched go to Menu that is created on the Toolbar in Excel called Oracle (in between Data and Window).
  3. From the Oracle menu select “About”. A pop up window is displayed with the version of ‘Web ADI’
    • If you are using 11i , then it should be something like 8.x.x.x
    • if you are using R12 , then it should be something like 12.x.x.x

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3 Responses
  1. Archana Says:

    Hi
    Thanks for giving this article I was in search of it,it is really helpfull for all of dba.
    Thanks
    Archana

  2. hi Brother Says:

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  3. Anonymous Says:

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