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  1. #1
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    I use OracleHome81 on Windows2000. I can use sql*plus or DBA studio connect to the database successfully. But I can't connect to enterprise manager. I try to use sysman/oem_temp but failed. It noice:
    VTK-1000:Unable to connect to the management server oradb.Please verify that you have entered the correct host name and the status of the Oracle Management Server.

    I'm a Oracle beginner and my oracle is a chinese version. My english is poor. Please tell me the detail and use simple english.

    thanks.
    ocean
    ocean

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    In order to use your OEM, you first would have to have a repository created. To create the repository, use the oracle enterprise manager configuration assitant and create your repository on a database and once that gets completed use the OEM and you would be successfull in connecting to the OEM


    Sam
    Thanx
    Sam



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    but I've already created repository and still not connect to OEM

    I started the oracle enterprise manager configuration assitant and selected "create a new configuration" (the english maybe not right because I used a chinese version).
    Then clicked next and use "system/manager@oradb" to login the database successfully.
    Then it prompted me input the repository's username and password and I done it. Next I selected default table space "OEM_REPOSITORY" and temp table space "Temp".
    Click next the dialog views the settings:
    usernameceanju
    at database: oradb
    create user: yes
    default table space: OEM_REPOSITORY
    temp table space: TEMP
    update OMS settings: yes
    //I translate the chinese to english
    I clicked finish button and completed it.
    But I used "sysman/oem_temp" to try to login OEM still failed.
    Hope you understand me.My english is poor.
    thanks
    ocean

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    oms

    firststart the oracle management ser by writing on console
    oemctl start oms(on unix and linux).
    then connect it with sysman and oem_temp


    saurabh

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    what is the oracle management ser?

    I use oracle on Windows2000. What should I select the program from follows.
    the start->program content:
    Oracle-OraHome81
    --Application Development
    ----INTYPE File Assistant
    ----Oracle Objects for OLE Class Library Help
    ----Oracle Objects for OLE Help
    ----OraOLEDB Documentation
    ----OraOLEDB Readme
    ----SQL Plus
    ----Web Publishing Assistant
    --Database Administration
    ----Database Configuration Assistant
    ----DBA Studio
    ----Oracle Administration Assistant for Windows NT
    ----Quick Tour
    ----SQLPlus Worksheet
    --Enterprise Manager
    ----Configuration Assistant
    ----Console
    ----Quick Tour
    --Extended Administration
    --Migration Utilities
    --Network Administration
    --Oracle Internet Directory
    --Quick Tours

    Please help
    thanks
    ocean

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    oem

    do one thing
    go the installation of oracle bin directory and exectue command

    emca

    i used it for oms.

    tell me which version of oracle are u using.

    i am working on 8i and 9i.

    saurabh


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    emca has already ran.

    execute emca equals click start->Oracle-OraHome81->Enterprise Manager->Configuration Assistant
    I have already created a new repository but the OEM still doesn't work.
    I use oracle8.1 on windows2000.
    Please help.
    thanks

    лл.

    ocean

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    oem

    check the service(it should be oracle enterprise manager server) in the service manager on win nt.start it if it is not startted.

    it it already startted then login with default username and password..


    saurabh

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    ok, but have a another problem

    thank you very very much, i have just connected the OEM.
    but I have an another problem.
    in my service manager, there are many oracle service, but I don't know what is this serive's use.
    Some service is manual. Include:
    OralceOraHome81Agent manual
    OracleOraHome81ClientCache manual
    OracleOraHome81dataGatherer manual
    OracleOraHome81ManagementServer auto
    OracleOraHome81TNSListener auto
    OracleServiceORADB auto
    Oracle WebAssistant0 auto

    the service "OracleOraHome81ManagementServer" is auto.but when I start the OS(windwos2000), this service doesn't autostart. I check the log, have 3 useful messege.
    1: The service is entering production run mode.
    2:The service was started.
    3:(this is an error) detail:"The service has terminated abnormally. See the file D:\Oracle\Ora81\sysman\log\OMS.log for details."
    I think this is why I can't connect the OEM. When I start it manually, I connect the OEM normally.
    please helps
    thanks
    ocean

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    OralceOraHome81Agent manual

    Make it auto, if you have any database instances on the same server. This is used to dicover the databases on the server. Some thing like the listener for OEM


    OracleOraHome81dataGatherer manual

    This is needed if you are planning to use the Oracle Tuning Pack to gather statistical data from the instance. Again make it auto if you have any database instances on the same server.


    OracleOraHome81ManagementServer auto

    As the name suggests, it is the Oracle management server. Needed for your OEM client to talk to the oem repository and perform other oem related activities.


    OracleOraHome81TNSListener auto

    This is for the oracle listener. This is needed for your clients to connect to the database.


    OracleServiceORADB auto

    This is needed to start/shutdown your oracle instance ORADB, when you boot or shutdown your server...


    Oracle WebAssistant0 auto

    This is the web assistant normally would be an appache server. This normally connects you to port 80 on your server.


    Sam
    Thanx
    Sam



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