Monday, May 02, 2011

Meanings of Various Status Codes

Applications maintains this type of information in FND_LOOKUPS view.

The following query would provide you the information regarding the status_code and its meaning for fnd_concurrent_processes.


SQL> select lookup_code, meaning from fnd_lookups where lookup_type='CP_PROCESS_STATUS_CODE'

LOOKUP_CODE ----- MEANING
----------------- ------------
A -------------------> Active
C -------------------> Connecting
D -------------------> Deactiviating
G -------------------> Awaiting Discovery
K ------------------->Terminated
M ------------------>Migrating
P ------------------>Suspended
R ------------------>Running
S ------------------>Deactivated
T ------------------>Terminating
Z ------------------>Initializing

Here are the status_codes for fnd_concurrent_requests and their meanings :-

PROCESS_STATUS_CODE ------- Column:
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
A ------------------------------------>Waiting
B ------------------------------------>Resuming
C ------------------------------------>Normal
D ------------------------------------>Cancelled
E ------------------------------------>Error
F ------------------------------------>Scheduled
G ------------------------------------>Warning
H ------------------------------------>On Hold
I ------------------------------------->Normal
M ------------------------------------>No Manager
Q ------------------------------------>Standby
R ------------------------------------>Normal
S ------------------------------------>Suspended
T ------------------------------------>Terminating
U ------------------------------------>Disabled
W ----------------------------------->Paused
X ------------------------------------>Terminated
Z ------------------------------------>Waiting


PHASE_CODE -------column
------------------- ---------------
C ------------------------>Completed
I ------------------------->Inactive
P ------------------------->Pending
R ------------------------->Running 
 
 
Regards,
Sukhwinder Singh

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