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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: You must be able to read english to read this.

    I have performed a fresh install of Oracle's Enterprise Management Console 10g.

    Again, that was "Enterprise Management Console 10g".

    When I right click on a database and select Backup Management to backup my database, I get this message:
    Code:
    Use the Enterprise Manager 10g Console for Backup Management.
    Searching the web for this issue turned up nothing. Any clues from anyone?
    If it's not practically useful, then it's practically useless.

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    Cool



    You need to use the Enterprise Manager Console WEB version.

    Login to server and type:

    emctl status dbconsole

    To start it:

    emctl start dbconsole

    Then use a web browser to Administrate/Maintain the database.


    PS: If you do not have it configured, use emca.
    Last edited by LKBrwn_DBA; 09-06-06 at 16:50.
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    Thanks LKBrwn_DBA, I'll check that out.

    But WTF!?

    I can't run backups from Oracle's "Enterprise Management" console? Even though the option exists in the menu system? Should I just add this to my list of complaints about the sucky java-gui, or is something missing in my install/configuration?
    If it's not practically useful, then it's practically useless.

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    The problem is that OEM 10g provide functionalities of backup, export and import that was not available in previous 10g database control. You can use the 10g database control web version for doing that.

    See note 383069.1 on metalink.

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    Cool


    What JMartinez means is that the client version of OEM 10g is incomplete and s_cks (a piece of s__t).
    Apparently Oracle decided to put all efforts on the web-based OEM (maybe because of Grid?)



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    By the way, since no one else brought it up, what does your subject "You must be able to read english to read this" have to do with OEM controlled backup? Your subject line was totally out of line. If someone can't read english, they wouldn't know what you had typed. If they do, it was unnecessary!!!
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