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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Get Instances and WMI provider for Oracle

    Hello,

    I'm writing a tiny software and i'd like to list running instances on a server.

    I looked for Ms Sql Server and found a way through WMI,
    IBM DB2 8.1x comes with a WMI provider too,
    Is there a WMI provider for Oracle available ?

    I've searched google, oracle web site and docs but haven't found it so far...

    Another point, is there a better / other way to get running instances on server A from a remote computer (same domain, logged in as administrator, even domain admin...) ?

    Thanks to help ;-)

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    Re: Get Instances and WMI provider for Oracle

    Originally posted by moggiowa55
    Hello,

    I'm writing a tiny software and i'd like to list running instances on a server.

    I looked for Ms Sql Server and found a way through WMI,
    IBM DB2 8.1x comes with a WMI provider too,
    Is there a WMI provider for Oracle available ?

    I've searched google, oracle web site and docs but haven't found it so far...

    Another point, is there a better / other way to get running instances on server A from a remote computer (same domain, logged in as administrator, even domain admin...) ?

    Thanks to help ;-)
    I guess you don't care about Oracle running on Unix. :-(
    Why not?

  3. #3
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    I don't care about Unix at first step because i already wrote a WMI module able to take instances of DB2 8.x and MSSQL 7 , 2000.
    So writing one for Oracle is trivial ... as soon as i'll find the WMI provider for Oracle...

    My first objective is to be able to get instances of Windows RDBMS only, but unix still at my second (not optional) objective...

    To conclude , ANY infos are welcome even not about WMI ;-)

    Thanks.

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