Where did log miner disappeared in Oracle 9i?
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    Is it bundled separately? Was it replaced by something else and I cannot see it because of my nose?
    So, what happened with the Log Miner?

    (I want to specify that I did not find it out neither in oracle programs group, or in OEM buttons...)
    Thanks in advance...
    ovidius over!

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    LogMiner is available with Enterprise Edition. There is a new Oracle9i LogMiner Viewer. I have not installed 9i yet so I can't tell you where to find it.

    Hope this helps.

    ocp2b

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    You can find log miner in OEM under Tools- database applications.
    Ronnie
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    You can if you think you can.

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    LogMiner exists in 9i, even with some new features: there is DDL statement support, it extracts the DD into the redo log files, can use an online dictionary, etc. Still, LogMiner is not a very serious tool. You can play with for fun but LogMiner is LogMiner :-)
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    Originally posted by julian
    LogMiner exists in 9i, even with some new features: there is DDL statement support, it extracts the DD into the redo log files, can use an online dictionary, etc. Still, LogMiner is not a very serious tool. You can play with for fun but LogMiner is LogMiner :-)

    Why is logminer not a serious tool????
    Ronnie
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    You can if you think you can.

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    I do not understand. It is no there, and I cannot find it in installer list. And this is Enterprise Edition. 9.0.1.0.0
    Hmmmm...
    ovidius over!

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    try click on a database node then left mouse click and see there

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    ovidius notice that logminer viewer can only be used when you are connected through management server

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    THNX, Pando! I'm using OEM in a stand-alone manner.

    (I've always thought there is NOTHING I cannot do without M.S. that I can do with it. I thought the only difference is HOW EASY i'll do it... )
    ovidius over!

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