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  1. #1
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    Log in to Oracle Management Server

    Dear All,

    Can somebody help me out, I was trying to log on to my PC which serves as the server to the oracle. I found out the password to the admin. is not working and I tried to change it through administrative tools and I was able to log in and start my Tomcat.

    After I have done this I found that when I wanted to log on to the Oracle Management Server it was giving me this error:

    VTK1000 - Unable to connect to the management server ik014d.mtn.com.ng Please verify that you have entered the correct host name and the status of the oracle management server


    But if I log on as Standalone, I can log on succeesfully, and I do not want to log on as Standalone but as a Management Server.

    Please help me out.

    Thanks
    Bolaji

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    Has the OMS service started?

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    Jim
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    RE- log in to Oracle Management server

    Thanks jovery, It was caused by myself, i did not take the patience of checking the OMS. I found out that it has not been started.

    it is working now, Thanks


    Jovery,

    Can you help me out on this issue, I was trying to do backup of my database, the preferred credentials has been set. when i go TOOLS - DATABASES WIZARD - BACKUP MANAGEMENT and I click on BACKUP, am still getting this error

    Using preferred credentials, the following error occured: ORA-01031: Insufficient priviledges

    Thanks

    Bolaji

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    Glad it was something simple

    Do you have the preferred credentials set for the host? When a backup is started a seperate connection is made to the host so you have to setup a valid user (with the necessary privileges) and put these details in the prefered credentials.

    Regards
    Jim
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    "Sarcasm may be the lowest form of wit but its still funny"

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