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Oracle Scheduler Agent licensing [message #597249] Wed, 02 October 2013 02:00
Frank Naude
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Registered: April 1998
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According to the DB12c licensing guide:

"Oracle Scheduler is a database feature that provides job scheduling functionality. Execution of jobs on machines where the Oracle database is installed is included with the Oracle Database license. For enterprise scheduling, the execution of jobs on remote machines where no Oracle database is installed is licensed as part of System Monitoring Plug-in for Hosts"

Problem is that the "System Monitoring Plug-in for Hosts" is not on Oracle's price list any longer. They propose using the "System Monitoring Plug-in for Non Oracle Databases" instead. However, this doesn't feel right and it looks like different people get different advice regarding this.

Does anyone know what's going on here?

Best regards.
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