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RE: AWR Licensing

From: Kirtikumar Deshpande <>
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 2004 09:32:22 -0700 (PDT)
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Hi Tony,
 Thanks for the information.
 As a matter of fact, we will be purchasing (at least it's in our budget for next year), the required OEM packs. My boss informed me late yesterday.  All we have is only Enterprise Edition of Oracle s/w. So no problem there.  


> Hi Kirti
> There is nothing stopping anyone from accessing the
> views and functions.
> Be aware that these option packs are not offered with the Standard Edition or Standard
> Edition One RDBMS.
> So you think that you are doing the right thing by not using these products and will
> not require these optional packs right? In reality, you may be using them without
> knowing it.
> The underlying objects, programs and views are created by default in 10g. If you
> access any of the following views:
> The V$ACTIVE_SESSION_HISTORY dynamic performance view
> All data dictionary views beginning with the prefix DBA_HIST_* along with their
> underlying tables.
> and others mentioned in the link above, you are required to purchase the optional EM
> packs.
> Basically big brother is auditing _all_ the features you are accessing!
> ta
> tony
> At 08:25 AM 27/07/2004 -0700, Kirtikumar Deshpande wrote:
> >Pete,
> >Just curious...
> >'cause I fall in that poor individuals category...
> >
> >If I don't have a Diagnostics Pack license, am I allowed to use the AWR package, just
> >once, to turn the AWR stuff off? If I can't access all that nifty information without
> >Diag Pack, why would I want Oracle10g run those snapshots?
> >
> >Regards,
> >
> >- Kirti

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