|Oracle9i OLAP Services Concepts and Administration Guide for Windows
Release 1 (9.0.1) for Windows
Part Number A90371-01
Administering an OLAP Service, 9 of 15
Most user sessions end normally, when the user chooses to close the session. However, if a session hangs for any reason or runs a program that gets caught in an infinite loop, then you must force the session to end by using a tool such as Instance Manager. With administrative rights, you can end any user session. Users can also end their own sessions if they log into Instance Manager with the same credentials that they used to open their OLAP sessions.
To terminate a session, follow these steps.
You see the list of active sessions.
For more information, search for the following topics in Instance Manager Help:
To learn about performing these tasks in a command-line or batch mode, refer to "Command-line Administration". In OLAP Service Manager, get help on the following commands: