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Re: EM Database Control Licensing Info

From: Niall Litchfield <>
Date: Thu, 13 Jul 2006 14:45:31 +0100
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absolutely correct.

On 7/13/06, d cheng <> wrote:
> Thank you very much Brandon!!
> So even if we only installed the DB Control (not GRID Control), we still
> need to disable access to the various Packs if we didn't install them and
> are not licensed to use them ?
> - David
> *"Allen, Brandon" <>* wrote:
> No - the Diagnostics, Tuning and Configuration packs are separately
> licensed products. It will tell you about this when you first run the
> database console. In my opinion, the Diagnostics pack is the most
> worthwhile one and the one that will remove the largest amount of
> functionality if you disable it. You can manage access to the different
> packs by clicking on "Setup" in the top-right corner, then clicking
> "Management Pack Access" in the menu on the left. You can grant and deny
> access to each pack separately and change the status at anytime. Note that
> the extra licenses are required for accessing the views and procedures at
> the command-line as well - not only for the db console gui, e.g. if you
> want to run "select . . . from v$active_session_history" then you are
> required to license the diagnostics pack. This is all covered in the online
> documentation so check it out for more detail.
> Regards,
> Brandon
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Niall Litchfield
Oracle DBA

Received on Thu Jul 13 2006 - 08:45:31 CDT

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