|Oracle9iAS InterConnect User's Guide
Release 2 (9.0.2)
Part Number A92174-01
This chapter describes how to manage Oracle9iAS InterConnect components using the Oracle Enterprise Manager Console.
This chapter discusses the following topics:
Introduction to Runtime Management
The Runtime Management Console is an Oracle Enterprise Manager based tool that allows you to manage your integration components at runtime. The Oracle9iAS InterConnect components that can be managed through the Console are as follows:
- Repository Server
To be able to manage your integration components, you must
For more information on installation, see the Oracle9iAS InterConnect Installation Guide.
Starting Oracle Enterprise Manager
To start the Oracle Enterprise Manager:
- Start Oracle Enterprise Manager. The following dialog displays:
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- Enter the management server you want to connect to, the username, and the password. Click OK. The console displays:
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When the Oracle9iAS InterConnect subtree is expanded, a list of adapters and the repository associated with the particular Oracle9iAS InterConnect hub displays:
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To utilize any of the features, right click the adapter or repository to manage.
The following are runtime features for adapters and the repository.
Common Features for Adapters and the Repository
The following features are provided for both adapters and repository:
- Get State--Shows the component's state. Red indicates the component is stopped. Green indicates the component is running. Yellow indicates the component state is unknown.
- Start--Start the component.
- Stop--Stop the component.
- Alert On Shutdown--Allows you to send a page or email if that particular component goes down. Refer to the Oracle Enterprise Manager Guide for setting up the alert.
- Get Ini File--Allows you to browse and modify the
.ini file for that particular component. If you make changes, the tool prompts you to restart the component. You must restart the component for the changes to take effect.
- Get Log File--Allows you to browse the log files for a particular component. Repositories have one log file each. Adapters have multiple log files. This feature allows you to select the log file you want to view.
- Get Alive Time--Gets the duration that the component has been up for since it was last started.
- Remove--Removes the component from the list of manageable components for this session of the Oracle Enterprise Manager Console.
Repository Specific Features
- Get Repo Sessions--Gets a list of all components connected to the repository -- adapters and iStudio.
Adapter Specific Features
- Get Throughput--Monitor the adapter throughput in terms of messages/second. The steps to get throughput information are as follows:
- Right-click the adapter for which to get throughput information and select Get Throughput.
- On the dialog that displays, click Get Throughput. Throughput information is displayed for inbound and outbound message separately. At startup time the adapter starts recording throughput information by default. To record throughput information in a particular interval, click disable timer, then click enable timer. This restarts the recording process and allows new throughput information to be available by clicking Get Throughput.
- Track Messages--Track particular messages at runtime. During design time, in iStudio, you can specify fields in the application view for publish event or invoke procedure with which to track the message. For example, a customer related message could be tracked by an application view field, such as social security number. The following steps utilize this functionality in the runtime management console:
- Right-click on any adapter attached to the application that is publishing the event or invoking the procedure to track. On the context menu, select Track Messages. A list of trackable events and procedures is displayed.
- Select the event or procedure to track.
- A dialog displays asking for the value(s) of the selected tracking field(s) for that particular event or procedure in iStudio. Therefore, in the customer related message example, the dialog asks for the social security number.
- Get Errors--Displays all errors associated with the adapter. Certain errors have a message payload associated with them. These errors are marked with a
yes in the Editable column. To modify and resubmit a message:
- Double-click the description field for such an error. Depending on the processing state at which the error occurred, a dialog displays an XML message in the application or common view.
- If necessary, edit the message. If this is not necessary, go to the next step.
- Click Resubmit. The message now re-enters the integration system for reprocessing.