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Saturday, 3 November 2012

Running Oracle 9i EM Console from a Web Browser

You can configure Oracle 9i Enterprise Manager either using DBCA at the time of oracle software installation and later using the following steps: Configuring and Controlling the Management Server.
After successful configure the Oracle Enterprise Manager Server. In order to run Oracle Enterprise Manager from a web browser, you must perform the following installation and configuration steps. This instruction references the document Running the Oracle Enterprise Manager Console from a Web Browser
Client Install
Ensure that a supported web browser is installed on the client machines that will run web-enabled Enterprise Manager. Supported web browsers can be equal to or above the list below:
Netscape Navigator Release 4.7 for Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows 98
Microsoft Internet Explorer Release 5.0 for Windows NT, Windows 2000, and Windows 98
Microsoft Internet Explorer Release 5.5 for Windows NT, Windows 2000 and Windows 98
Microsoft Internet Explorer Release 6.0 for Windows XP
Server-Side Install
Ensure that the Enterprise Manager web site component has been installed.
By default, it is installed with the Management Server under the Oracle_Home/oem_webstage/ directory. In addition, the Enterprise Manager web site automatically installs a preconfigured Oracle HTTP server to act as its web server. The Oracle HTTP server is automatically started. This is the same HTTP server that is used by the Enterprise Manager Reporting web site.
Start the Oracle HTTP Server by performing the following steps:
On Windows: To start/stop the Oracle HTTP Server:
From Control Panel > Administrative Tools.Double-click Services.
-or- Type in RUN services.msc
Select the OracleHTTPServer_ service.
Click Start to start/stop the Oracle HTTP Server.
On UNIX: You can start the Oracle HTTP Server from the command line using: $Oracle_Home/Apache/Apache/bin/apachectl start/stop

If you want to use a web server other than the default configured Oracle HTTP Server Release 1.3.22.0.0 for the browser-based Enterprise Manager, you must install and manually configure another supported web server. Additional supported web servers include:
Oracle Internet Application Server Release 1.0.2.2.2 for Sun SPARC Solaris/WindowsNT/Windows2000
Apache Release 1.3.22 for Sun SPARC Solaris, Windows NT, and Windows 2000
Microsoft Internet Information Server Release 4.0 for Windows NT
Microsoft Internet Information Server Release 5.0 for Windows 2000
1.      You can do that by using http://servername:port. The default port is 3339. This will present you with the OEM home Page with "Launch the Oracle Enterprise Manager Console" and "Access Oracle Enterprise Manager Reports”
2.      If the above Page does not come up, check to see the OracleHTTPServer service is started.
3.      Fill the server name and click on the “Launch Console” Button. You will see the following pop-up screen


4.      If the Logon prompt does not appear, then check that you have Oracle Jinitiator installed. If it is not installed, download the Jinitiator using the Download Plug-in link under Useful links on the OEM home page above. When prompted, Click open to install directly or save to install later.
5.      After Installing Jinitiator, Click on the Launch Console Button again. This should pop-up the Logon Screen.
6.      Logon as you would normally do. This will present you with the normal OEM Console.
Console Hangs: If you start the web browser, log in to the Console, but the Console hangs, and the following is displayed in JInitiator: Console:@org.omg.CORBA.INITIALIZE[completed=MAYBE, reason=java.net.BindException: Cannot assign requested address]
You must perform the following steps:
1.      Check that the JInitiator uses browser settings for the proxy. From the Windows Start menu, click Programs-> Jinitiator Control Panel. Choose the Proxies tab and View the contents.
2.      Append the domain name for example, @.us.oracle.com
3.      Edit the browser settings and add that domain to "no proxy settings for" or edit the browser settings and choose Direct Connection to Internet.
Console Does Not Open Web Browser: If user browser is not defined properly in the clientconfig.properties file, the Netscape Navigator will not open from within the Enterprise Manager Console. The default Enterprise Manager browser will be opened instead. If viewing reports from the Console does not work, it may be because the Netscape Navigator is using a script and not the actual program.
1.      Then Set the following property in ClientConfig.properties:user.browser=/usr/local/packages/netscape/netscape
2.      The user browser should be set to the actual name of the browser, not a script /usr/local/bin/netscape is a script and not an executable. User browser should be pointed to an executable and not to a shell script.

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