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This section describes the purpose and organization of this guide: SQL*DBA to Oracle Server Manager Migration Guide. This section also illustrates the conventions used in this guide.


Purpose of this Guide

This guide provides you with information that you need to consider when migrating from SQL*DBA to the Oracle Server Manager. This guide also discusses the differences between SQL*DBA and Oracle Server Manager.


How the SQL*DBA to Oracle Server Manager Migration Guide Is Organized

This guide is divided into chapters and appendices, as described below.

Chapter 1: Oracle Server Manager Overview This chapter describes the overall organization and behavior of Server Manager's graphical interface.

Chapter 2: Migration Considerations This chapter explains migration issues that you must aware of when migrating from SQL*DBA to Oracle Server Manager.

Appendix A: SQL*DBA Compatibility This appendix describes the differences in functionality and behavior between Server Manager/Line Mode and SQL*DBA.

Appendix B: System Monitors This appendix provides you with the differences between SQL*DBA and Oracle Server Manager monitors and the underlying SQL queries of the Server Manager Systems Monitors.


Conventions Used in This Guide

The following sections explain the conventions used in this guide.

Syntax Diagrams

The syntax diagrams in this guide show the complete syntax for the Server Manager commands. Syntax diagrams are composed of these items:

Keywords Keywords are words that have special meanings. In the syntax diagrams in this guide, keywords appear in uppercase. When you specify them, they can be in uppercase or lowercase, but they must be used exactly as they appear in the syntax diagram.

Parameters Parameters act as place holders in syntax diagrams. They appear in lowercase. Parameters are usually names of schema objects, Oracle datatypes, or expressions. When you see a parameter in a syntax diagram, you should substitute an object or expression of the appropriate type. Note that parameter names appear in italics in the text of this guide.

Examples

This guide also contains examples. This is an example of a SELECT statement:

SELECT * FROM emp

Note that the text of examples appears in a different font than the text of the guide.

Examples in this guide follow these case conventions:

Special Icons

Special icons are provided to alert you to particular information within the body of this guide and within other manuals.

Additional Information: Operating System-Specific Documentation Where necessary, this guide refers you to your operating system-specific Oracle documentation for additional information.

Attention: The attention icon highlights information that is important to remember when performing the described task.


Related Publications

SQL*DBA to Oracle Server Manager Migration Guide is one of many books that explain various parts of an Oracle database system.

Related publications that may assist you in your migration process are listed below:

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