adtimrpt.sqlAD Job Timing ReportWhen you run AutoPatch or AD Administration, they automatically generate an AD Job Timing report (adt<session_id>.lst) that shows how long it takes to complete a parallel processing session, and provides information about the actions of workers as they process jobs during the session. These reports include timing statistics for the entire session, the phases in the session (AD Administration does not group jobs by phases), and individual jobs. At any time during an AutoPatch or an AD Administration session, you can run a script to create an AD Job Timing report that shows the progress of the current session. Or you can go to the APPL_TOP/admin/<SID>/out directory to view an adt<session_id>.lst report from a previous session. For AutoPatch and AD Administration sessions, the adt<session_id>.lst report is very similar to the web‐based Timing Report you can access via Oracle Applications Manager. See Timing Reports in Oracle E‐Business Suite Patching Procedures. AD Job Timing Report Interface:You can view job timing statistics from the Timing Reports page in Oracle Applications Manager. You can also run the AD Job Timing Report for AD Administration jobs from the command line. There are no menus or input screens. Running AD Job Timing Report:1. Set the environment.
Set the environment in order to apply the environment variables that define your system. This task is common to many AD utilities. 2. Run AD Job Timing report. Run the report with this command, where <session_id> is the session of the timing statistics you want to see, and <output file> is the name of the file where the statistics will be written. UNIX$ cd $APPL_TOP/admin/<SID>/out$ sqlplus <APPS username>/<APPS password>@$AD_TOP/admin/sql/adtimrpt.sql <session id> <output file>