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DBA Studio & Enterprise Manager [message #234506] Tue, 01 May 2007 17:42 Go to next message
10gnewbienewguy
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Registered: May 2007
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Hi there,

I am having some difficulties installing DBA Studio and Oracle Enterprise Manager.

I have installed both on a Windows XP SP2 PC and am trying to connect to my DB's but can't manage this can anyone tell me what i am doing wrong.

her's a quick breakdown

I have insstalled both Enterprise Manager and DBA Studio on my own PC. I have Oracle 9I client installed with the TnsNames in the correct folder Oracle9i\Ora\Network\Admin folder.
Anyway when i open both of these applications i get the following errors.

ENTERPRISE MANAGER - Lets me see all my DB in the add new DB part from which i can select a checkbox of the db's i want installed. I can see all 4 databses on the tree structure in the left hand pane that i have selected. However, i can't seem to access the DB's or do anything with them. EM Simply request username and password and connection details. Please note i have both applications installed on another PC with Oracle* client and the usernames and passwords work ok on that PC.

DBA SSTUDIO - Opens in stanalone but most of the options when clicked simply do nothing. When i insert the the username and password in the dialog box the system simply sists with the dialog username & password box in the same state and does not connect.

Please can anyone tell me if i can connect a (i client PC to an Oracle 7 DB?

Also any assistance would be a great help.

Thanks to all in advance that take time to read/reply
Re: DBA Studio & Enterprise Manager [message #235313 is a reply to message #234506] Fri, 04 May 2007 21:55 Go to previous message
pravednik
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Registered: May 2007
Location: Ukraine
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for what You installed both???

What purpose of these
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