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How to list all the CPU (EBS) patches applied - Oracle 11.2.0.4.

How to list all the CPU (EBS) patches applied - Oracle 11.2.0.4.

How to list all the CPU (EBS) patches applied - Oracle 11.2.0.4.

(OP)
Hi,

I've been asked to identify all the cpu (ebs) patches applied to our database.

opatch lsinventory doesn't list them, I've also tried using select * from sys.registry$history but that didn't work either,.

Two more attempts were SELECT * FROM ad_bugs; and SELECT * FROM ad_applied_patches; - the latter seemed to be getting me closer, but I'm not sure I can stand over its output.

Can anyone suggest any other entry I can use?

Many thanks.

RE: How to list all the CPU (EBS) patches applied - Oracle 11.2.0.4.

Would that help?

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RE: How to list all the CPU (EBS) patches applied - Oracle 11.2.0.4.

(OP)
Why thank you, that's so helpful... :|

I have spent half of the day trawling through the internet and I haven't been able to find what I was looking for, that's why I've posted the question here.

It's the list of patches applied to our database that I need to find, not the list of patches available.

RE: How to list all the CPU (EBS) patches applied - Oracle 11.2.0.4.

(OP)
Never mind, it seems that SELECT * FROM ad_applied_patches; was what I needed, after all.

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