Configuring OEM to access Oracle on 2 systems

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Background: oracle_sid=opteldb runs on win2k v9.2.0 (IP=10.201.132.40) oracle_sid = GLDBWH runs on solaris 2.6 v8.1.7(IP:10.201.135.101) OEM is configured on win2k (client platform--not the oracle win2k server). I now can access opteldb and tnsnames.ora is configured with opteldb (stored in oracleora92networkadmin folder) on my PC. Q1: How can i configure the current OEM to access to oracle instances that run on 2 different platforms and versions? The current OEM was downloaded together with the oracle 9.2 client application Q2: Do i need to also download the oracle client + OEM for 8.1x onto my PC? (this means i will hv 2 OEM's)? PS: 1 OEM application shld be able to work w versions of oracle on WINNT, WIN, Solaris, etc platforms?

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Sounds to me like your using OEM with the management server. The same holds true for the standalone OEM, but you’ll be missingsoem functionality. The best is to have the management server and the client console. That way when teh management server is unavailable your not dead in the water and the two together make a dynamite pair. Anyway, to add a server/database use the Navigator menu to allow OEM to discover your databases. All you really need supply is the hostname/ip address(bad idea).

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  • Mljsher
    As long as there is SQL*NET connectivity and an Intelligent Agent running on the 8.1.7 box, you should be able to configure the database. What you want to do is do a 'Discover Nodes' from the OEM console. I agree that you may want to have the OEM Server Manager for this purpose. THere is no need to load the Oracle8i SQL*NET client on the Win2k server. SQL*NET 9i should be able to talk to an 8i database.
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