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EM 12c: Host Named Credential with Scope Target is not Displayed as an Option in the Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control Job Library Page (Doc ID 1666198.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 16, 2019

Applies to:

Enterprise Manager Base Platform - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : version, Security Management

After creating a named credential then granting this named credential to a role, the named credential is listed on the host credentials for the restore point but it will not be displayed in the credentials for the Job library.


The issue can be reproduced with the following steps:

  a.  Navigate: Setup > Security > Named Credentials

  b. Add the credential name for the specific host

  c. Grant a privilege to that named credential using the following command
       emcli grant_privs -name="DR_VIEW_BACKUP_T268760_BADGER" -privilege="GET_CREDENTIAL;CRED_NAME=xxxxxxxxxx"

  d. Go to the target database target main page > Availability > Backup & Recovery > Restore points > Add database Credentials > select Create > see host credentials

  e. Selecting the Named Credentials drop down list shows the newly created named credentials

  f. Navigating to Enterprise > Job Library > Choose Job > Submit > choose Credentials tab > The drop down list does not show the new named credential



Steps demonstrated by screen shots:


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