|Oracle® Enterprise Manager Configuration Change Console Release Notes
10g Release 5 (10.2.0.5)
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Configuration Change Console Release Notes
10g Release 5 (10.2.0.5)
Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Change Console enhances the capabilities offered by the Configuration Management Pack mainly in the following functional areas:
Real-time change detection and control
Reconciliation of changes with Change Management Systems
Policy frameworks for compliance assessment
Out-of-box reports for compliance review
These Release Notes identify differences between the Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Change Console released as part of the Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Configuration Management Pack Release 5 product and documented product functionality.
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This section lists the known issues pertaining to this release.
The Configuration Change Console Installation Guide specifies that you must provide the host and port numbers of all the messaging servers when connecting an agent to a clustered environment. Functionally, this will operate normally. However, warning messages will appear in the log file indicating that the certificates between the agent and non-messaging servers are not trusted.
To suppress these warnings, set the server URL, as documented in the Installatoin Guide, to include all cluster elements when installing an agent.
Section 13.1 of the Configuration Change Console Installation Guide, "Reconnecting the Agent", recommends reconfiguring the agent manually by pointing to the new Configuration Change Console environment. This reconfiguration procedure will not work as the certificate information is already assigned to the agent.
To redirect the agent to a new Configuration Change Console environment, always uninstall and re-install the agent.
The Configuration Change Console documentation does not adequately explain how unprocessed agent messages are handled.
The agent sends messages of collected data to the server using JMS. If there is a failure in storing the message in the database, it will retry up to 10 times. If it still is not able to store the data in the database, the JMS message is put into a JMS queue called DLQ (Dead Letter Queue). This queue can be managed either through the Weblogic admin console or by using any third party JMS tool to manage this queue.
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Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control Release Notes, 10g Release 5 (10.2.0.5) Configuration Change Console
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