Oracle Concurrent Requests

I am running Oracle EBS 11i. I have maintenance to do and would like to know what concurrent requests are scheduled to be ran Friday between 8pm - 9pm. I need to stop concurrent manager and dont want to do so while somethings running. I know how to query within concurrent requests in oracle apps to see whats running or whats pending but how do I see whats going to be running during a particular time?
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k3vsmithAuthor Commented:
I think sqlplus would be best for this after thinking about it. What query would I run?
Select * from fndrequests where... something along those lines?
Thanks in advance!
Naveen KumarProduction Manager / Application Support ManagerCommented:
may be this one : FND_CONCURRENT_REQUESTS. Try to query the fnd related tables which are meant for the concurrent processing and you should be able to find it easily.

select * from dict where table_name like '%CONCURRENT%' or table_name like '%REQUEST%' ...

Alternatively, open the concurrent programs/requests GUI in the ERP and then find the query which gets executed or the table on which the block is based and you should be able to go from there to find that table in the database.

Or if you have the technical documentation, developers guide etc related to concurrent processing/programs/etc.., all details are in those manuals with table names/column names etc

Also referring to this url may help you :


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k3vsmithAuthor Commented:
Thanks. I found an article that gave me a solution that worked.
Naveen KumarProduction Manager / Application Support ManagerCommented:
Good and thanks
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