|Oracle® Enterprise Manager Command Line Interface
11g Release 1 (11.1)
This manual covers installation and error codes for the Enterprise Manager Command Line Interface (EM CLI). A complete verb reference, which duplicates the command line help, is also included.
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This guide is written for administrators who want to access Enterprise Manager console functions directly from scripts or interactively from an OS shell. You should already be familiar with Enterprise Manager administrative tasks you want to perform.You should also be familiar with the operation of your specific UNIX or Windows system. Refer to your platform-specific documentation if necessary.
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For more information, see the following manuals in the Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Release 2 documentation set:
Oracle Enterprise Manager Administrator's Guide
Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts
Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control Quick Installation Guide
Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control Installation and Basic Configuration
Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration for Oracle Collaboration Suite
Oracle Enterprise Manager Policy Reference Manual
Oracle Enterprise Manager Metric Reference Manual
Oracle Enterprise Manager Extensibility
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