Master Note for Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant (EMCA) in Single Instance Database Environment
(Doc ID 1099271.1)
Last updated on OCTOBER 24, 2019
Enterprise Manager for Oracle Database - Version 10.2.0.1 to 220.127.116.11 [Release 10.2 to 11.2] Information in this document applies to any platform.
This Master Note helps the reader to understand the EMCA utility used to perform Enterprise Manager (EM) Database Control configurations and provides assistance in using diagnostics to effectively debug, troubleshoot and resolve possible problems.
Attention: In Enterprise Manager Database Control with Oracle Database 10.2.0.4 and 10.2.0.5, the root certificate used to secure communications via the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol expired on 31-Dec-2010 00:00:00. The certificate expiration will cause errors if you attempt to configure Database Control on or after 31-Dec-2010. Existing Database Control configurations are not affected by this issue. If you are in the following situations:
* Have an existing Oracle Database 10.2.0.4 or 10.2.0.5 installation and plan to configure or re-configure Database Control on or after 31-Dec-2010. Database Control is configured when using one of the following tools: • Database Configuration Assistant (DBCA) • Database Upgrade Assistant (DBUA) • Enterprise Manager Configuration Assistant (EMCA) * Plan to install Oracle Database 10.2.0.4 or 10.2.0.5 on or after 31-Dec-2010 and intend to configure Database Control
then refer to <Note: 1217493.1> ATTENTION - Enterprise Manager Database Control 10.2.0.4 Or 10.2.0.5 - Patch Required from 31-Dec-2010 onwards
This document is intended to assist Database Administrators to effectively troubleshoot EMCA failures in different scenarios. This document covers the following topics:
About EMCA How to Perform EMCA Operations Diagnostic Tools Troubleshooting EMCA Failures
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