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If you click a row, the context bar appears which enables you to view the readme file, download the patch, and if you have configurations create a plan. If you select more than one row by using the control or shift keys, you can download multiple patches or add multiple patches to a plan. When multiple rows are selected the Readme button is disabled on the context bar.

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From the patch details area, you can download the patch, view the readme, view bugs resolved by the patch, and if you have configurations create a patch plan. You can also view replacement or superseded information, related Knowledge documents and Community reviews, and download trends and certification and recommendation information for that patch if applicable. You can also view patches with the same name for different releases, platform, or languages where applicable.

A withdrawn patch in Sun terminology is called an obsolete patch in Oracle terminology. An obsolete patch (using Oracle terminology) is a patch which is no longer available for download, for example, because it was defective.

As part of the initial planning phase, use Patch Recommendations to identify and prioritize targets missing an SPU. Using Patch Recommendations details, review the SPU Advisory to assess the criticality of a patch and any pre-requisite patches. Use My Oracle Support to download the patches. You can then deploy the required patches using Enterprise Manager or similar product.

The Patch Recommendations region provides a portal to all recommended patches that are applicable to uploaded configurations. From the bar graph, you can drill down to a list of recommended patches, view details about those patches, download the patches, or add them to a patch plan. The bar graph summarizes the number of issues found (for example, if there is one issue, then there is one recommendation for one target).

When possible, we show the recent history of how many times a patch has been downloaded by our customers. You might find this useful to help determine when and if to install a patch. For security patches, this information is not shared with the community.

If no conflicts are found, you can download the patches. If conflicts are found, the tool finds an existing resolution to download. If no resolution is found, you can request a solution and monitor your request in the Plans region.

A plan is complete when all replacement patches (and software for upgrade plans) are placed in your plan. This means that the validation check is successful, you can download all of the patches and software in the plan, and install them.

You are granted the Download permission by your CUA. The CUA can set your permission for downloading patches based on your company's policies. If you do not have patch download privileges (you have View Only privileges), you will still be able to view patch details and readme documents from the Patch Search region.

To find your CUA, go to the Settings tab, then select My Account. In the Support Identifiers table (Administrators column), click the View... link for any Support ID to display a list of administrators. Select one of the names to send an e-mail and request download privileges.

You have the required level of support associated with the Support Identifiers (SIs) in your account. The Patch Download Access value of the patch must be included in the list of Patch Download Access values in your account. For example, if the Patch Download Access value is Operating System, but your SI does not have access to download operating system patches, then you cannot download the patch.

Some patches require a license to be accepted before these patches can be downloaded. When downloading a patch in this category (identified by a lock icon), click Accept License from the Download pop up. The license for the patch will be shown. Accept the license. After accepting the license, the patch can be downloaded

Some patches require an Extended Support contract from Oracle for permission to download the patch. Without an Extended Support contract, you can view the patch details and patch readme file for an Extended Support patch but you cannot download the Extended Support patch.

To download more than one patch, in the Patch Search Results table highlight the rows for the patches you are interested in by clicking anywhere except the patch name link. Use Shift or Control to select multiple rows. Click Download on the context menu. In the File Download window, you can download the patches by clicking the patch name links or by selecting Download All. Alternatively, use the WGET options.

If you included a controlled patch in the WGET script, enter the patch password on the PASSWORD_patchnumber= line, where patchnumber is the number of the controlled patch you are downloading. If you do not enter the correct password, you will receive an error message when you run the script.

Note: The WGET download script does not provide feedback of whether or not the script was successful. View the log file to verify that the download was successful or to troubleshoot problems. The log file location is recorded in the script, on the LOGFILE= line.

Some patch files are downloaded successfully but several zero byte files are returned. If you exceed the number of connections allowed by Oracle, any subsequent requests are rejected. The following message will appear in the log file: Proxy request sent, awaiting response... 403 Forbidden

To download more than one patch, in the Patch Search Results table highlight the rows for the patches you are interested in by clicking anywhere except the patch name link. Use Shift or Control to select multiple rows. Click Download on the context menu. In the File Download window, you can download the patches by clicking the patch name links or by selecting Download All. Alternatively, use the WGET options.".

A patch's download access type is listed on the Patch Details page. If your SI does not have the required patch download access, you cannot download the patch. For example, if a patch has Operating System download access, but your SI does not have access to download Operating System patches, then you cannot download the patch. Contact your Customer User Administrator (CUA) to request the required download access.

In addition, if the CUA has set the download patches privilege to No (View Only) for an SI in your profile, you cannot download patches unless another SI in your profile has the download patches privilege set to Yes (Download).

If the language menu appears, then the language packs are available for this patch. You must install the platform patch (English version) first, then select the applicable language. To download a patch, click Download, then click each patch file link to download and save them in a location of your choosing, or use a download manager to help speed the process. Alternatively, you can generate the wget script for all patches selected from the Download window.

Every Patch Detail page provides options to view the patch readme as well as download the patch. You can also select individual patches on the patch search results from either the Patch Search or Patch Recommendations pages.

Many customers feel it is the most effective way to download many files. The size of the files can be large, and if you need to download many of them, it could be easier and more convenient over time to use a download manager. There are many download managers available. Oracle has no specific recommendation on which download manager to use.

Some patches have a limited distribution. These patches have the classification Controlled and are password protected. If you try to download a controlled patch, you are prompted for the password. Log a technical service request (SR) to request the password for a controlled patch.

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