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  1. #1
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    Arrow OEM Login

    I have successfully installed OEM in windows XP.
    i can access the oem login page if i type the following address in the explorer

    https:\\hostname: portno/em

    now once the login page is displayed it asks for the usename and password which i dont know

    My Question was how to find the username and password?

    Also i have to login to a database X which is on server Y ... how can i do that?

    thanks

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    Cool

    The user is: SYSMAN

    How did you install OEM? Normally the installation utility will ask you the password to assign to SYSMAN.

    I don't remember well, but I suspect that in WinDoze you can re-execute the emca utility to reset (or set) the password. Otherwise, check out Metalink note #259379.1 on this subject.
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    "The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it." --Chinese Proverb

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    thanks

    Hey thanks for the reply....

    yah You are right. Now i do remember the password now which i set for Sysman.

    Now once i looged into the OEM how can i connect to the database on a particular server...

    Can you guide me through this?

    Thanks, u are really helpful

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    Cool PS: You cannot do that

    Quote Originally Posted by chaitanyagoa
    Also i have to login to a database X which is on server Y ... how can i do that?
    With stand-alone (Web) OEM you cannot do that, you have to configure on each database.

    Otherwise try the EM desktop Console that comes with the 10g Client software.
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    "The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it." --Chinese Proverb

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