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Beauty of command line - OEM 12c

Why all software should have a command line and automation plugin ? Answer is simple - if you have to repeat number of operation for different targets - scripts can help you save your precious time.

I really enjoy a fact that Oracle added a command line to Oracle Enterprise Manager line, and now you can script lot of boring tasks like adding new administrator to list of users who can access Named Credentials.

To add new admin (przepiorom) it's enough to run the following script
 

add_privs.sh przepiorom

Beauty of command line - OEM 12c

Why all software should have a command line and automation plugin ? Answer is simple - if you have to repeat number of operation for different targets - scripts can help you save your precious time.

I really enjoy a fact that Oracle added a command line to Oracle Enterprise Manager line, and now you can script lot of boring tasks like adding new administrator to list of users who can access Named Credentials.

To add new admin (przepiorom) it's enough to run the following script
 

add_privs.sh przepiorom

Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c Release 4 (12cR4) Articles

I’ve started to play around with Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12R4. The clean installations on Oracle Linux 5 and Oracle Linux 6 were really easy. You can see how I did them here.

I used 11.2.0.4 as the database repository. I’ll probably have a go with a 12c database in future, which is now supported, but my main focus this time was to check out something similar to what I have at work. Forgive my caution, but I’ll not be using 12c database for my EM repository for a while yet. Cloud Control is too important to risk…