Using Enterprise Manager with Applications Manager

Oracle Applications Manager (OAM) has matured into a very slick and powerful toolbox for Apps sysadmins.  Oracle Applications Manager is a standalone tool, but if you're so-inclined, you can optionally use a plug-in to integrate it with Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Grid Control (OEM).  Grid Control allows you to monitor multiple e-Business systems and drill down into Oracle Applications Manager.

Oracle Enterprise Manager Apps Plug-in Architecture:

The Oracle Grid Control Plug-in for Oracle Applications provides extensions for the Enterprise Manager 10g Grid Control management service, repository, and agent. 

These extensions introduce new target types that can be monitored within Grid Control, including:
  • Oracle Applications System
  • HTTP Server for Oracle Applications 11i
  • JServ for Oracle Applications 11i
  • Forms Listener for Oracle Applications 11i
  • Reports Server for Oracle Applications 11i
  • Discoverer for Oracle Applications 11i
You can get a top-level view of your Apps environment in Oracle Enterprise Manager:

Oracle Enterprise Manager Apps Plug-in System View:

You can drill down into operational reports for your application server-tier:

OEM Apps Plug-in - Apps Tier View:

As well as getting the same details for your database tier:

OEM Apps Plug-in - Database Tier View:

The patch numbers for the Grid Control Plug-in for Oracle Applications are:

For Grid Control 10gR2
  • HP-UX: 5189739 (released 27 April 2006)
  • Solaris: 5109595 (released 04 April 2006)
  • Linux : 4678538 (released 12 January 2006)
  • AIX:  5294640 (released 26 June 2006)
  • Other platforms will be made available soon
For Grid Control 10gR1
  • Linux : 4289612 (released 06 April 2005)
  • Solaris : 4288879 (released 06 April 2005)
  • AIX : 4685522 (released 30 November 2005)
  • HP-UX : 5053049 (released 4 March 2006)
  • Windows NT : 5001875 (released 4 March 2006)
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Comments:

Phani,The older version of OAM is documented in Note 258330.1.The latest version (which requires additional licencing) is discussed in this recent article:Application Management Pack for Oracle E-Business Suite Now AvailableRegards,Steven

Posted by Steven Chan on March 09, 2007 at 07:37 AM PST #

Hi Steven,

Do you have any metalink note to configure OEM with OAM.

Regards,
Phani.K

Posted by Phani K on March 09, 2007 at 07:42 AM PST #

Hi Steven,

Do the Grid Control Plug-ins for Oracle Applications listed in this note (http://blogs.oracle.com/schan/2006/06/26/) require additional licensing (beyond 11i and grid control diagnostics licensing)?

My impression was the 10gR3 Plug-in was the first one to require additional licensing.

Thanks,
-Michael

Posted by Michael Taylor on May 03, 2007 at 10:48 AM PDT #

Hi, Michael,My understanding is the same as yours:  the first Grid Control Plug-in that requires additional licensing is the  10gR3 version.  I don't have a lot of visibility into licensing, however, so if there's any news on this front, someone on your Oracle account team might have more insight into this than I.Regards,Steven 

Posted by Steven Chan on May 04, 2007 at 04:28 AM PDT #

Can we use the APPS PLUG-IN WITH GRID CONTROL 10gR2 patch for Grid control 10gR3 ?.
Or do we have a seperate patch which delivers APPS PLUG-IN WITH GRID CONTROL 10gR3 (10.2.0.3).
If not when will it be released ?.

Thanks,
Raghu

Posted by Raghu on June 27, 2007 at 07:28 AM PDT #

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