By Torben Hein -Oracle on Sep 09, 2014
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I then learned about Diagnostic Assistant and
So Diagnostic Assistant (DA) should make things a lot easier when you are asked to provide an RDA Profile on your next SR.
And here is how it is used:
All you need to do is:
da.<ext> startweb pass=<password>
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Your next step is to navigate the web interface at the given address (here: http://<servername>:8888/index.html) .
Your login is "admin" with the <password> that you just specified.
2) select in more detail
3) select your actual product
4) select the profile associated with your product
5) and run it (note that DA already detects the PATH to EPM home and Oracle Home if needed)
Once you have clicked the "run" button DA will then create a RDA Profile output under:
In the DA menu under MOS Tools you then find "MOS upload" where you can specify your MOS username and password and specify the SR that you want to upload this collection to.
Once you are finished with DA, you can go back to the command line that you used to start up DA and now simply stop it with:
So - next time that you are asked to provide a RDA Profile for a Service Request, simply kick off DA and with a few clicks you have the desired collection done and uploaded.
Here's more information we've posted on the blog about RDA
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