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    Ref:(Patches)

    Hi,

    We are planning to apply patches related to HR, there are 12-15 patches listed to be applied. Every patch needs apps schema compiled, messages files generated, flexfields compiled. Can this compilation,generate message files,compile flexfields be done after all the patches are applied?.

    Just wondering should it be done like 12 times? for 12 patches or 1 time after all the patches are applied.

    Please do advice..

    Thanks in advance,
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    You just posted the same question on the Applications DBA forum!
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    Re: Ref:(Patches)

    Originally posted by atkinson
    Hi,

    We are planning to apply patches related to HR, there are 12-15 patches listed to be applied. Every patch needs apps schema compiled, messages files generated, flexfields compiled. Can this compilation,generate message files,compile flexfields be done after all the patches are applied?.

    Just wondering should it be done like 12 times? for 12 patches or 1 time after all the patches are applied.

    Please do advice..

    Thanks in advance,
    You need to provide the software that you are working on, Oracle database, financials, etc, the version 9.2.0.5, etc, and you OS with version.

    Of course you should have already read the before you install guides, to all of the patches to make sure that you have the prerequisites.
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