3 Oracle Middleware Enterprise Management

This chapter describes the licensed features and links about the management packs offered by Enterprise Manager in support of Oracle Middleware Enterprise Management:

3.1 WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition

The WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition offers a solution for managing Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle GlassFish Server, and Oracle Application Server. This pack provides capabilities that span the solution areas of application performance management, administration, business transaction management, service level management as well as lifecycle management that span many of these products and components.

Note:

All Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control 12c, Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control 11g and Oracle Enterprise Manager 10g Application Server Control functionality is included with each edition of Oracle Fusion Middleware. The links and areas that require the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition are outside of Fusion Middleware Control and Application Server Control.

The following sections describe the licensed features and links of this management pack offered by Enterprise Manager:

3.1.1 Oracle WebLogic Server Management Pack Features

The following general features are available with this pack and, unless otherwise stated, are available from Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c:

  • Application performance management features.

  • Administration features.

  • Service level management features.

  • Coherence management features.

  • Business Transaction Management features are available in Oracle Enterprise Manager Business Transaction Management 12c.

  • Lifecycle management features (spanning configuration management, compliance management, provisioning and patching).

  • Java Mission Control (JMC) is available, which is applicable for Application Servers and standalone Java applications.

The following functional areas provide feature overviews for each of the multiple products associated with WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition:

3.1.1.1 Application Performance Management

The WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition delivers comprehensive management and modeling capabilities for pure Java EE and web service environments, as well as business transaction monitoring for applications running in Oracle WebLogic Server. By combining contextual drill-down modeling capabilities with extensive metrics that can span containers horizontally as well as the entire vertical stack for Java EE, this pack significantly reduces the cost and complexity of managing Java EE-based environments in development, testing, staging, and production environments.

Unless otherwise stated, the following Application Performance Management features apply to Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle Application Server, and Oracle GlassFish Server environments, as appropriate.

Feature Description
"Always on" low overhead monitoring, notifications, and dashboards Diagnose past problems, receive early warnings of outages, see a single view of the status of all applications.
Application Dependency and Performance

(Does not apply for GlassFish)

Automatic modeling of application infrastructure with dynamic and static dependency analysis to identify the root cause of problems in a multi-tier Java EE application or web services.
Blackouts Suspend monitoring on targets to support scheduled maintenance periods.
Business Application Management Create and monitor business application targets to provide an intuitive representation of the relationship between your applications and business transactions and the underlying IT infrastructure.
Business transaction monitoring

(Applies only to Oracle WebLogic Server)

Provide transaction request visibility across multi-tier architecture for WebLogic applications, including individual transaction tracing and aggregated metrics.
Composite Application Management Provide full visibility across all members and tiers of a composite application.
Contextual visibility into Java EE and web service metrics

(Does not apply for GlassFish)

Provide drill-down contextual visibility into Java EE and web service metrics.
Cross-tier trace with Oracle Database View the impact of database problems on all associated applications and JVMs, and isolate problems between Java and the database
Diagnostic Snapshot

(Does not apply for GlassFish)

Preserves snapshots of both JVM monitoring and diagnostics data in correlation with the WebLogic Server log files.
Differential heap analysis Use memory leak analysis in production, and simplify memory growth and leak analysis.
Exalogic Elastic Cloud Management Obtain summary views of the WebLogic Domains and Coherence Clusters that are on an Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud system.
Historical performance monitoring Track availability and performance data over time.
Interactive JVM transaction trace Provide JVM thread tracing. View the response time breakdowns in each layer (servlet, JSP, EJB, JDBC, and SQL) of a JVM container.
JVM Diagnostics Agent hot deployment Deploy JVM Diagnostics Agent without application server restarts or configuration changes.
Log Viewer

(Does not apply for GlassFish)

Access Oracle Fusion Middleware log files quickly and easily - no matter where they are stored on the file system. Search and correlate log messages across all Oracle Fusion Middleware components' logs based on properties such as time, severity or Execution Context ID (ECID).
Management Connectors Helpdesk (ticketing) connectors open helpdesk tickets for incidents raised in Enterprise Manager. Event connectors share event information with other management systems.
Metric and Alert/Event History View metric and alert/event history and its associated details.
Metric Extensions Create new metrics to monitor conditions specific to customer environments.
Metrics visibility for any layer

(Does not apply for GlassFish)

Generate customized dashboards and views automatically.
Middleware Diagnostics Advisor

(Does not apply for GlassFish)

Provide detailed advice and recommendations based on performance and configuration data for the entire middleware and database stack.
Monitoring Templates and Template Collections Monitoring Templates encapsulate target monitoring settings and can later be applied against many targets. Template Collections (with administration groups) automate the deployment of management settings on targets as they join the group.
Notifications Define and use different notification methods including e-mail, running custom OS scripts, PL/SQL procedures and SNMP traps; repeat notifications, use of notification-related actions in incident rule sets, administrator notification schedules.
Real-time visibility into a JVM and application state without instrumentation overhead Eliminate need to reproduce problems in a test environment.
Request performance Provide historical views that show the response times for end-user requests from the context of WebLogic Server as well as the underlying JVM. Response time breakdowns are available in each layer (servlet, JSP, EJB, JDBC, and SQL) of an OC4J container.
Service-level objectives Provide service-level objectives (SLOs) at any point within the architecture for indicators and alerts.
Trace in-flight transactions View request performance problems in real time. Analyze time spent in each resource bottleneck and Java method.
JVM pool monitoring Monitor all JVMs of an application together with uniform monitoring settings.

Note:

Within the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition and the Business Transaction Management (BTM) product which is installed separately from Enterprise Manager Cloud Control, licensing is restricted to Java EE and web service components with respect to the Application Dependency and Performance pages in Enterprise Manager Cloud Control and does not include SOA, BPEL, WebCenter, Portal, OSB, ESB, AIA, or Pageflow components.

3.1.1.2 Coherence Management

The Coherence Management features within the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition provide comprehensive monitoring and management capabilities for Coherence. The features provide complete cluster visibility by supplying detailed metrics of various cluster artifacts and their interdependencies. You can monitor more than one Coherence cluster from a single console.

Note:

The WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition license covers Coherence Management when Coherence runs on the same CPU as WebLogic Server. If Oracle Coherence runs in different CPU from WebLogic Server, then you must license the Management Pack for Oracle Coherence.

Coherence Management within the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition includes the following features:

Feature Description
Automate deployment Automate the deployment and setup of the Coherence cluster with multiple nodes.
Complete cluster visibility Provide detailed metrics for all Coherence components.
Configuration management Change run-time configuration parameters of multiple nodes, caches, and services from the central user interface console.
Monitor multiple clusters Monitor multiple clusters from a single console.
Start and stop nodes Stop existing nodes and start new ones in a Coherence cluster.
Start and stop the cluster Start and stop the entire Coherence cluster.

3.1.1.3 Business Transaction Management

The WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition includes Business Transaction Management (BTM) features only for Java EE and web service components running on WebLogic Server, as shown below.

Note:

Business Transaction Management is separately installed from Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c.
Feature Description
Contextual visibility Provide drill-down contextual visibility into Java EE.
Exception management Provide transaction alerts and searches to locate exceptions and errors in transactions that span multiple application components.
Transaction discovery Discover, record, and correlate transactions as they flow across components that may span multiple WebLogic and/or Oracle Application Server instances.
Transaction-level agreements Provide transaction-level objectives (TLOs) that span multiple interacting components.

BTM technologies licensed as part of the WebLogic Server category are as follows:

  • JAX-WS
  • JAX-RPC

  • JDBC

  • EJB

  • JMS
  • Java

  • JSP/Servlet

  • Web Application


For BTM licensed links, see Licensed Links Applicable to Business Transaction Management.

3.1.1.4 Business Transaction Management Restricted-use Licensing

Oracle includes a restricted-use license of Oracle Service Bus (and its subcomponents) for the express purpose of monitoring endpoints for Enterprise Manager Business Transaction Management, covering creation of Proxy and Business Service in pass-through mode only. Oracle Service Bus may be configured with the Business Transaction Management observer agent in single instance and an additional instance of Oracle Service Bus may be configured for Proxy failover purposes.

3.1.1.5 Lifecycle Management

The lifecycle management features of WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition help administrators automate the processes required to manage the lifecycle of Oracle middleware software such as Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle GlassFish Server, and Oracle Application Server. It eliminates manual and time-consuming tasks related to provisioning, patching, configuration management, and compliance management.

Note:

License to provision the following Oracle products is included as part of WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition (including both out-of-the-box and user-defined deployment procedures):
  • WebLogic Server

  • Forms, Reports

  • Oracle HTTP Server

  • Oracle Traffic Director

  • Oracle Coherence

  • Oracle GlassFish

  • Oracle Application Server

Provisioning for the following Fusion Middleware components is not included in the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition license:

  • SOA Suite

  • BPM Suite

  • Oracle Service Bus

  • AIA

  • WebCenter Suite

  • Oracle Identity Management

  • Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition

Unless otherwise stated, the following Lifecycle Management features apply to Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle Application Server, and Oracle GlassFish Server environments, as appropriate:

Feature Description
Change Activity Plans

(Does not apply for GlassFish)

Provide the ability to plan, track in real time, and execute data-centerwide change activities. Activities include: PSU patch rollouts, etc.
Compliance Provide compliance frameworks, standards, and extensibility to meet industry and regulatory compliance requirements. This feature includes integration of former BEA Guardian Signatures into the Enterprise Manager Cloud Control console as WebLogic Signature Rules.
Configuration Collection Extensibility Create custom configuration collections and extend current collections.
Configuration Compare Compare configurations, one-to-one, one-to-many.
Configuration History Report and notify on configuration or relations changes during a specific time frame.
Configuration Instance Browser View configuration items and associations associated with a target.
Configuration Save Save configurations for reference, baselines, or gold standards.
Configuration Search Search for configuration items on a specific target or across relationships.
Configuration Topology View topology for a specified target and its dependencies along with other targets that are dependent on it.
Disaster Recovery via Site Guard

(Does not apply for GlassFish)

Automate complete site failover of Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle Database and extend to include other data center components.

Note:

Usage of Site Guard requires licenses for either WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition or Database Lifecycle Management Pack for Oracle Database.

Notifications Provide notification of configuration changes or differences.
Patching Provide end-to-end patch automation for Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Application Server.
Provisioning Deployment Procedures
  • Clone WebLogic Domain and/or Middleware Home from reference installation or from software library.
  • Clone Oracle Application Server.

  • Scale up or out WebLogic Domain.

  • Deploy/redeploy/undeploy Java EE applications to Oracle WebLogic Domain(s).

  • Perform first-time provisioning of Middleware Home and/or WebLogic Domains from installation media stored in the software library.

User Defined Deployment Procedures (UDDP) Automate custom processes by creating a procedure from scratch by inserting the required phases, steps, and variables.
Patch Recommendations

(Only applicable to Oracle Application Server and WebLogic Server)

Provide My Oracle Support security patch update recommendations.
Real-time configuration change detection Provide real-time configuration change detection and automation of compliance frameworks along with automated observation authorization using a Change Management Connector.
Routing Topology Understand relationships and health of a Fusion Middleware Farm/WebLogic Domain and their related targets.
Self Update Download and apply updates associated with Patching, Provisioning, and Compliance of Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Application Server targets.
Synchronization of WebLogic Server Configuration Files Synchronize WebLogic Server-related configuration files (for example, config.xml) from Enterprise Manager Cloud Control if differences are detected between WebLogic Domains or WebLogic Servers during a configuration comparison operation. This feature is useful to make the configurations the same.

3.1.1.6 Administration

The administration features of WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition help administrators perform common administration operations in a WebLogic Server environment directly from Enterprise Manager Cloud Control; thereby, removing the need to drill down and log in to the Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control console or to the Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console.

The following features apply to Oracle WebLogic Server environments (not Oracle Application Server nor Oracle GlassFish Server environments):

Feature Description
Change Center Lock a domain configuration and save changes. You lock a configuration prior to making changes to prevent other administrators from making changes during your edit session. View all changes that have been saved, view the server instances that must be restarted for configuration changes to take effect, release a lock, and activate or undo changes
System MBean Browser View, configure, and use MBeans for a specific Oracle WebLogic Server or Application Deployment target.
Manage JDBC Data Sources Create, edit, delete, control, and test JDBC data sources.
Record configuration actions Record configuration actions performed as a series of WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) commands. You can use WLST to replay the commands to help automate the task of configuring a domain. You can start, stop or view a recording.
Log Configuration for Oracle Fusion Middleware components Configure log file settings for Oracle WebLogic Server, Application Deployment, SOA Infrastructure, Essbase Server, Directory Integration Platform Server, Oracle Virtual Directory, Oracle Reports Application, Oracle Reports Bridge, Oracle Reports Server, and Oracle Reports Tools targets.
Selective Tracing for Oracle Fusion Middleware Perform selective tracing from Enterprise Manager Cloud Control. Selective tracing enables administrators to gain more fine-grained logging data but limit the data such that it applies to a specific application name, as well as other specific attributes of a request (for example, user name, client host, and/or web service port).
WebLogic Cluster Administration View and edit settings for the WebLogic Cluster.
WebLogic Domain Administration View and edit settings for the WebLogic Domain.
WebLogic Server Administration View and edit settings for the WebLogic Server.
Machine Administration View and edit settings for a Machine.
Server Template Administration View and edit settings for a Server Template (this feature is applicable to WebLogic Server version 12c and not applicable to earlier versions).

3.1.1.7 Oracle Traffic Director

The Oracle Traffic Director (OTD) features within the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition provide comprehensive monitoring and management capabilities for Oracle Traffic Director. The features provide complete cluster visibility by supplying detailed metrics of various cluster artifacts and their inter-dependencies. You can monitor more than one Oracle Traffic Director from a single console.

Oracle Traffic Director within the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition includes the following features:

Feature Description
Dashboards Provide Oracle Traffic Director dashboards.
Complete cluster visibility Provide detailed metrics for all Oracle Traffic Director configuration and cluster.
Configuration management Change run-time configuration parameters of multiple nodes, caches, and services from the central user interface console.
Monitor multiple Oracle Traffic Director instances Monitor multiple Oracle Traffic Director instances from a single console.
Start and stop OTD instances Stop existing Oracle Traffic Director instances.
Refresh Oracle Traffic Director Targets Refresh OTD targets.
Oracle Traffic Director (OTD) monitoring Provide trusted partition/vCPU licensing report.

3.1.2 Accessing Oracle WebLogic Server Management Pack Licensed Links

To use any of the features described above, you must purchase licenses to the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition. The following sections itemize the Enterprise Manager links that require licensing of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition, and should not be accessible if the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition has been disabled. In general, the links identified below apply to the following Oracle Fusion Middleware target types (Table 3-1) and Oracle Application Server target types (Table 3-2):

Table 3-1 Oracle Fusion Middleware Target Types

  • Oracle Fusion Middleware Farm

  • Oracle GlassFish Domain

  • Oracle GlassFish Cluster

  • Oracle GlassFish Server

  • Oracle WebLogic Domain

  • Oracle WebLogic Cluster

  • Oracle WebLogic Server

  • Business Application

  • SMPP Driver

  • Clustered Application Deployment

  • Domain Application Deployment

  • Application Deployment

  • Oracle HTTP Server (installed either collocated with a WebLogic Domain or as a standalone domain)

  • Oracle Web Cache

  • Oracle Coherence

  • VoiceXML Driver

  • Oracle Forms Services

  • Oracle Portal

  • Oracle Reports Application

  • XMPP Driver

  • Oracle Reports Bridge

  • Oracle Reports Server

  • Oracle Reports Tools

  • Oracle Traffic Director

  • Oracle User Messaging Service

  • User Messaging Email Driver

  • Java Virtual Machine

  • Java Virtual Machine Pool

  • Exalogic Elastic Cloud


Table 3-2 Oracle Application Server Target Types

  • Oracle Application Server Farm

  • Oracle Application Server Cluster

  • DCM-Managed Oracle Application Server Cluster

  • OC4J

  • Oracle HTTP Server

  • Oracle Web Cache

  • Oracle Forms Services

  • Oracle Reports

  • Oracle Portal

  • BC4J

  • Oracle Workflow

  • Oracle Application Server Wireless


The WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition does not include features for Business Process Execution Language (BPEL), Oracle Service Bus (OSB), Oracle SOA Infra, and Oracle SOA Composite. For these Oracle Fusion Middleware components, the SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition must be licensed.

Note:

While Enterprise Manager functionality to manage Oracle WebLogic Server is rather consistent across versions of Oracle WebLogic Server, the specific licensable links under the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition and the navigation to those links may be different across different versions of Oracle WebLogic Server. Consequently, some of the following sections distinguish between licensed links for different WebLogic Server versions.

The following licensed links sections are presented:

3.1.2.1 Licensed Links Outside of Target-Specific Pages

Licensed Page/Link How to Access
Application Performance Management From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Setup menu, then select Middleware Management, and finally Application Performance Management. On the Application Performance Management Page, the ability to register and manage Application Performance Management Engines and other items are licensable as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition, SOA Management Enterprise Edition, or Real User Experience Insight depending on the type of engine that is added.
Client System Analyzer From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu, then Configuration. The Client System Analyzer and Client Configurations items are licensable as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
Compliance From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu and then Compliance. All features, functions, links, buttons, and drill-downs associated with the Library, Real-time Observations, and Results pages are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
Configuration Collection Extensibility From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu, then Configuration and Custom. All features, functions, links, buttons, and drill-downs on this page are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
Configuration Compare From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu, then Configuration and Compare. All features, functions, links, buttons, and drill-downs on this page are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
Configuration History From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu, then Configuration and History. All features, functions, links, buttons, and drill-downs on this page are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
Configuration Instance Browser From the Enterprise Manager home page, click Targets, then Middleware. Select a Fusion Middleware related target identified above. From the target's menu, click the Configuration submenu. All features, functions, links, buttons, and drill-downs from this submenu, excluding Topology, are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
Configuration Save From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu, then Configuration and Save. All features, functions, links, buttons, and drill-downs on this page are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
Configuration Search From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu, then Configuration and Search. All features, functions, links, buttons, and drill-downs on this page are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
Configuration Topology From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu, then Configuration and Topology. In the View drop-down menu, Used By is licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.

From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu, then Configuration and Topology, Customization. All features, functions, links, buttons, and drill-downs on this menu are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.

Change Activity Plans From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu, then Configuration. The Change Activity Plans and My Tasks items are licensable as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
Middleware Provisioning From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu, then Provisioning and Patching, and finally Procedure Library. The following predefined procedures are licensed with the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition:
  • Provision Middleware

  • Scale up/Scale Out Middleware

  • Application Server Deployment 10.1.3

  • Application Server Deployment 10.1.3.x SOA

  • Deploy/Undeploy Java EE Applications

  • Coherence Node Provisioning

From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu, then Provisioning and Patching, and finally Middleware Provisioning. All features, functions, links, buttons, and drill-downs on the Middleware Provisioning page are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition - with the exception of SOA Artifacts Provisioning, Deploy SOA Composite, BPEL Process Provisioning, and Oracle Service Bus Resource Provisioning deployment procedures (these are licensable via the SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition).

From the WebLogic Domain target home page, click the WebLogic Domain menu, then Provisioning. All features, functions, links, buttons, and drill-downs on this menu are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition - with the exception of SOA Artifacts Provisioning and Deploy SOA Composite (these are licensable via the SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition).

Offline Patching From the Enterprise Manager home page, click Setup, then Provisioning and Patching, and finally Offline Patching. From the Online and Offline Setting tab, the Connection, Offline setting is licensed with the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
User Defined Deployment Procedures (UDDP) From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu, Provisioning and Patching, then Procedure Library. On the Provisioning Library page, from the list of actions, the Create New option is licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
Real-time Configuration Change Detection From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu, then Compliance. All features, functions, links, buttons, and drill-downs associated Library, Results and Real-Time Observations pages are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
Self Update From the Enterprise Manager home page, click Setup, then Extensibility, and finally Self Update. The downloading and applying any updates associated with Patching, Provisioning, and Compliance of middleware targets identified above are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
WebLogic Server Patching From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu, then Provisioning and Patching, and finally Patches and Updates. From this page, the Patch Recommendations and Patch Plans regions and their content/links related to WebLogic Server are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.

3.1.2.2 Licensed Links Applicable to GlassFish Server

The following links are licensable for GlassFish Domain, GlassFish Cluster, and GlassFish Server targets:

Licensed Page/Link How to Access
The following pages/links are related to general monitoring features:
General monitoring links for the following sections:
  • Monitoring and Diagnostics

  • Servers

  • Resource Usage

From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Cluster target from the list. On the GlassFish Cluster home page, the links in the sections listed are licensed.
GlassFish Server page From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, all links on the page are licensed except the link to the GlassFish Server Administration Console. This drill-down link to the console is not licensed.
Diagnostics GlassFish Domain:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Domain target from the list. On the GlassFish Domain home page, click Diagnostics. All links are licensable under this menu.

GlassFish Server:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, click Diagnostics. All links are licensable under this menu.

Create Blackout GlassFish Domain:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Domain target from the list. On the GlassFish Domain home page, click Create Blackout. The Create Blackout wizard is licensed.

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Domain target from the list. On the GlassFish Domain home page, click the GlassFish Domain menu, then Monitoring, and finally Blackouts. Click Create. The Create Blackout wizard is licensed.

GlassFish Cluster:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Cluster target from the list. On the GlassFish Cluster home page, click Create Blackout. The Create Blackout wizard is licensed.

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Cluster target from the list. On the GlassFish Cluster home page, click the GlassFish Cluster menu, then Monitoring, and finally Blackouts. Click Create. The Create Blackout wizard is licensed.

GlassFish Server:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, click Create Blackout. The Create Blackout wizard is licensed.

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, click the GlassFish Cluster menu, then Monitoring, and finally Blackouts. Click Create. The Create Blackout wizard is licensed.

End Blackout GlassFish Domain:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Domain target from the list. On the GlassFish Domain home page, click End Blackout.

GlassFish Cluster:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Cluster target from the list. On the GlassFish Cluster home page, click End Blackout.

GlassFish Server:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, click End Blackout.

Performance Summary GlassFish Server:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, select Monitoring, and finally Performance Summary.

JVM Performance GlassFish Server:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, select Monitoring, and finally JVM Performance.

All Metrics GlassFish Domain:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Domain target from the list. On the GlassFish Domain home page, select the GlassFish Domain target menu, select Monitoring, and finally All Metrics.

GlassFish Cluster:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Cluster target from the list. On the GlassFish Cluster home page, select the GlassFish Cluster target menu, select Monitoring, and finally All Metrics.

GlassFish Server:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, select the GlassFish Server target menu, select Monitoring, and finally All Metrics.

Alert History GlassFish Domain:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Domain target from the list. On the GlassFish Domain home page, select the GlassFish Domain target menu, select Monitoring, and finally Alert History.

GlassFish Cluster:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Cluster target from the list. On the GlassFish Cluster home page, select the GlassFish Cluster target menu, select Monitoring, and finally Alert History.

GlassFish Server:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, select the GlassFish Server target menu, select Monitoring, and finally Alert History.

Blackouts GlassFish Domain:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Domain target from the list. On the GlassFish Domain home page, select the GlassFish Domain target menu, select Monitoring, and finally Blackouts.

GlassFish Cluster:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Cluster target from the list. On the GlassFish Cluster home page, select the GlassFish Cluster target menu, select Monitoring, and finally Blackouts.

GlassFish Server:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, select the GlassFish Server target menu, select Monitoring, and finally Blackouts.

The following pages/links are related to the configuration management features:
Last Collected GlassFish Domain:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Domain target from the list. On the GlassFish Domain home page, select the GlassFish Domain target menu, select Configuration, and finally Last Collected.

GlassFish Cluster:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Cluster target from the list. On the GlassFish Cluster home page, select the GlassFish Cluster target menu, select Configuration, and finally Last Collected.

GlassFish Server:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, select the GlassFish Server target menu, select Configuration, and finally Last Collected.

Compare GlassFish Domain:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Domain target from the list. On the GlassFish Domain home page, select the GlassFish Domain target menu, select Configuration, and finally Compare.

GlassFish Cluster:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Cluster target from the list. On the GlassFish Cluster home page, select the GlassFish Cluster target menu, select Configuration, and finally Compare.

GlassFish Server:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, select the GlassFish Server target menu, select Configuration, and finally Compare.

Search GlassFish Domain:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Domain target from the list. On the GlassFish Domain home page, select the GlassFish Domain target menu, select Configuration, and finally Search.

GlassFish Cluster:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Cluster target from the list. On the GlassFish Cluster home page, select the GlassFish Cluster target menu, select Configuration, and finally Search.

GlassFish Server:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, select the GlassFish Server target menu, select Configuration, and finally Search.

History GlassFish Domain:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Domain target from the list. On the GlassFish Domain home page, select the GlassFish Domain target menu, select Configuration, and finally History.

GlassFish Cluster:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Cluster target from the list. On the GlassFish Cluster home page, select the GlassFish Cluster target menu, select Configuration, and finally History.

GlassFish Server:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, select the GlassFish Server target menu, select Configuration, and finally History.

Saved GlassFish Domain:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Domain target from the list. On the GlassFish Domain home page, select the GlassFish Domain target menu, select Configuration, and finally Saved.

GlassFish Cluster:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Cluster target from the list. On the GlassFish Cluster home page, select the GlassFish Cluster target menu, select Configuration, and finally Saved.

GlassFish Server:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, select the GlassFish Server target menu, select Configuration, and finally Saved.

Topology GlassFish Domain:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Domain target from the list. On the GlassFish Domain home page, select the GlassFish Domain target menu, select Configuration, and finally Topology.

GlassFish Cluster:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Cluster target from the list. On the GlassFish Cluster home page, select the GlassFish Cluster target menu, select Configuration, and finally Topology.

GlassFish Server:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, select the GlassFish Server target menu, select Configuration, and finally Topology.

The following pages/links are related to the compliance management features:
Results GlassFish Domain:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Domain target from the list. On the GlassFish Domain home page, select the GlassFish Domain target menu, select Compliance, and finally Results.

GlassFish Cluster:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Cluster target from the list. On the GlassFish Cluster home page, select the GlassFish Cluster target menu, select Compliance, and finally Results.

GlassFish Server:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, select the GlassFish Server target menu, select Compliance, and finally Results.

Standard Associations GlassFish Domain:
  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Domain target from the list. On the GlassFish Domain home page, select the GlassFish Domain target menu, select Compliance, and finally Standard Associations.

GlassFish Cluster:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Cluster target from the list. On the GlassFish Cluster home page, select the GlassFish Cluster target menu, select Compliance, and finally Standard Associations.

GlassFish Server:

  • From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a GlassFish Server target from the list. On the GlassFish Server home page, select the GlassFish Server target menu, select Compliance, and finally Standard Associations.


3.1.2.3 Licensed Links Applicable to Administration Features

The following list of links and navigation to them correspond with the administration features for Oracle WebLogic Server and are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.

Note:

You must first log in to the domain before accessing these features.

If you have not saved your preferred credentials for accessing these administration features, then you will be prompted to log in to the domain.

From the log in page, you have the option to save the credentials as preferred credentials, if they are not already saved. With preferred credentials, you are automatically taken to the page with no log in required.

Links/Menu Items How to Access
Selective Tracing feature From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a domain target link to go to the Domain Home page. On the Domain Home page, click the Domain menu, select Logs, and finally Selective Tracing.
Configuration of Log File Settings feature From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a WebLogic Server target link to go to the WebLogic Server Home page. On the WebLogic Server page, click the WebLogic Server menu, select Logs, and finally Log Configuration.
Change Center From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a domain target link to go to the Domain Home page. Assuming you have logged in to the domain (e.g. via preferred credentials) and have attempted to access an administration operation, on the Domain Home page in the upper left-hand corner there is a region labelled "Change Center". From the Change Center region, click the Changes drop-down menu. All links in the Changes drop-down menu are licensed with WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
System MBean Browser From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a domain target link to go to the Domain Home page. On the Domain Home page, click the Domain menu, select System MBean Browser.
Manage JDBC Data Sources From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a domain target link to go to the Domain Home page. On the Domain Home page, click the Domain menu, select JDBC Data Sources.
Record configuration actions From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a domain target link to go to the Domain Home page. Assuming you have logged in to the domain (e.g. via preferred credentials) and have attempted to access an administration operation, on the Domain Home page in the upper left-hand corner there is a region labelled "Change Center". From the Change Center region, click the Recording drop-down menu. All links in the Recording drop-down menu are licensed with WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
WebLogic Domain Administration From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a domain target link to go to the Domain Home page. On the Domain Home page, click the Domain menu, select Administration.
WebLogic Cluster Administration From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a cluster target link to go to the Cluster Home page. On the Cluster Home page, click the Cluster menu, select Administration.
WebLogic Server Administration From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a WebLogic Server target link to go to the WebLogic Server Home page. On the WebLogic Server Home page, click the WebLogic Server menu, select Administration.

Note: Under the Administration submenu, the Start/Stop menu item is not licensed under WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.

Server Templates Administration From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a domain target link to go to the Domain Home page. On the Domain Home page, click the Domain menu, then select Environment, then Server Templates.
Machines Administration From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Select a domain target link to go to the Domain Home page. On the Domain Home page, click the Domain menu, then select Environment, then Machines.

3.1.2.4 Licensed Links Applicable to WebLogic Server Versions 9, 10, and 12

The following list of links and navigation to them correspond with managing Oracle WebLogic Server versions 9, 10, and 12 in Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c, and are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.

Links/Menu Items How to Access
Application Deployment page From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Drill down to a WebLogic Domain home page, then click on an Application Deployment target. All links and menu items on this page are licensed.
Clustered Application Deployment page From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Drill down to a WebLogic Domain home page, then click on a Clustered Application Deployment target. All links and menu items on this page are licensed.
Middleware-related target pages From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Click on links in the Name column to be taken to a target home page. (Note: target home pages can be accessed via other paths as well.) Links and menu items on target home pages are licensed.
Note:

While home pages for Middleware-related targets are not licensed, the links and menu items on the pages are licensed.


3.1.2.5 Licensed Links Applicable to Oracle HTTP Server

The following list of links and navigation to them correspond with managing Oracle HTTP Server in Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c and are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.

Licensed Page/Link How to Access
The following are related to general monitoring features:
Home page From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, all links are licensed.
Create Blackout From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select Create Blackout. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed.

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Control, and finally Create Blackout. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed

End Blackout From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select End Blackout. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed.

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Control, and finally End Blackout. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed

Performance Summary From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Monitoring, and finally Performance Summary. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed
All Metrics From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Monitoring, and finally All Metrics. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed
Status History From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Monitoring, and finally Status History. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed
Alert History From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Monitoring, and finally Alert History. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed
Blackouts From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Monitoring, and finally Blackouts. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed
Log Viewer From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Monitoring, and finally View Log Messages. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed
The following are related to configuration management features:
Last Collected From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Configuration, and finally Last Collected. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed
Compare From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Configuration, and finally Compare. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed
Search From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Configuration, and finally Search. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed
History From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Configuration, and finally History. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed
Saved From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Configuration, and finally Saved. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed
Topology From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Configuration, and finally Topology. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed
The following are related to compliance management features:
Results From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Compliance, and finally Results. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed
Standard Associations From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then select Middleware, and then select standalone Oracle HTTP Server home page. On this page, select the Target menu, then Compliance, and finally Standard Associations. All links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed

3.1.2.6 Licensed Links Applicable to WebLogic Server Version 8

The following list of links and navigation to them correspond with managing Oracle WebLogic Server version 8 in Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c and are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.

Licensed Page/Link How to Access
Oracle WebLogic Server Domain page From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Click the Type column to sort the target types. Select a target from the Name column with the Oracle WebLogic Server Domain type. On this page, all links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed.
Oracle WebLogic Server Cluster page From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Click the Type column to sort the target types. Select a target from the Name column with the Oracle WebLogic Server Cluster type. On this page, all links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed.
Oracle WebLogic Managed Server page From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Click the Type column to sort the target types. Select a target from the Name column with the Oracle WebLogic Managed Server type. On this page, all links, menu items, tabs, and sections on this page are licensed

3.1.2.7 Licensed Links Applicable to Service Level Management

See Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Service Level Management in Chapter 7, "End User Monitoring.".

3.1.2.8 Licensed Links Applicable to Coherence Management

See Accessing Management Pack for Oracle Coherence Licensed Links of the "Management Pack for Oracle Coherence" section for the Coherence Management links.

3.1.2.9 Licensed Links Applicable to Business Transaction Management

Licensed Page/Link How to Access
All pages, links, menus, etc., begin from the Oracle Business Transaction Management Administrative console:
Administration page Select the Administration menu.
Alerts page Select the Alerts menu.
Dashboards page Select the Dashboards menu.
Maps page Select the Maps menu.
MyView page Select the MyView menu.
Policies page Select the Policies menu.
Usage page Select the Usage menu.
All navigation tree nodes as well as all tabbed pane links and data available on these pages are licensed.

3.1.2.10 Licensed Links Applicable to Business Application

The following links are licensable for Business Application targets:

Licensed Page/Link How to Access
Real User Experience (RUEI) Data From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then select Business Application. Select a Business Application target from the list. On the Business Application home page, select the Business Application target menu, then select Real User Experience (RUEI), and finally RUEI data. All links in the page are licensed by the Real User Experience Insight pack.
RUEI Session Diagnostics From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then select Business Application. Select a Business Application target from the list. On the Business Application home page, select the Business Application target menu, the select Real User Experience (RUEI), and finally RUEI Session Diagnostics. All links in the page are licensed by the Real User Experience Insight pack.
RUEI Metrics From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then select Business Application. Select a Business Application target from the list. On the Business Application home page, select the Business Application target menu, then select Real User Experience (RUEI), and finally RUEI Session Diagnostics. All links in the page are licensed by the Real User Experience Insight pack.
Business Transaction Drill-Down Page From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then select Business Application. Select a Business Application target from the list. On the Business Application home page, select any link within the Business Transaction Region.
From the Business Application menu, access is available to the home page. There are licensable links on regions that could be part of the home page under Real User Experience Insight. These licensable links could include the following regions:
Business Application home page
  • RUEI - Key Performance Indicators (KPI)

  • RUEI - Top Executed User Requests

  • RUEI - Top user and application Violations

  • RUEI - Top Users

  • RUEI - User Flows

  • Service Test Status

  • SLA Dashboard

  • SLA Summary Region

All functions of the mentioned regions are licensed by Real User Experience Insight.

3.1.2.11 Licensed Links Applicable to Exalogic Elastic Cloud Management

The following links are licensable for Exalogic Elastic Cloud Management:

Licensed Page/Link How to Access
WebLogic Domains Summary page From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then select Exalogic. Select an Exalogic target from the list. On the Exalogic target's home page, select the Exalogic Elastic Cloud target menu, then select WebLogic Domains, and finally Summary. All links in the page are licensed by the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
WebLogic Domains Members page From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then select Exalogic. Select an Exalogic target from the list. On the Exalogic target's home page, select the Exalogic Elastic Cloud target menu, then select WebLogic Domains, and finally Members. All links in the page are licensed by the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
Coherence Clusters page From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Targets menu, then select Exalogic. Select an Exalogic target from the list. On the Exalogic target's home page, select the Exalogic Elastic Cloud target menu, then select Coherence Clusters. All links in the page are licensed by the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.

3.1.2.12 Licensed Links Applicable to Oracle Application Server 10g

Licensed Page/Link How to Access
Patch link From the Oracle Application Server home page, this link in the Related Links section is licensed.
Deployments section links From the Oracle Application Server Administration page, all links in the Deployment section are licensed
Oracle Application Server Target Types
Metrics link From the Middleware sub-tab, click an Oracle Application Server Cluster link. On the Oracle Application Server Cluster page, this link is licensed.
  • Availability in the General section
  • Alert History and notifications functionality in the Related Links section

  • All Metrics and Blackouts in the Related Links section

From the Middleware sub-tab, click an Oracle Middleware link. On the Oracle Application Server page, these links are licensed.

From the Application Serer page:

  • Click an OC4J link. On the OC4J page, these links are licensed.

  • Click an Oracle HTTP Server link. On the Oracle HTTP Server page, these links are licensed.

  • Click a Web Cache link. On the Web Cache page, these links are licensed.

Performance Links section links From the Oracle Application Server page, click the Performance tab. On the Application Server Performance page, all links in the Performance Links section are licensed.

From the OC4J page, click the Performance tab. On the OC4J Performance page, all links in the Performance Links section are licensed.

From the Oracle HTTP Server page, click the Server Performance tab. On the HTTP Server Performance page, all links in the Performance Links section are licensed.

From the Web Cache page, click the Performance tab. On the Web Cache Performance page, all links in the Performance Links section are licensed.

Virtual Host Performance tab From the HTTP Server Home page, click the Virtual Host Performance tab. This tab is a licensed.
Application Server Instance Page
Oracle home link From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle Application Server. On the Oracle Application Server Instance page, this link in the General section is licensed.
Policies link From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle Application Server. On the Oracle Application Server Instance page, click the Metric and Policy Settings link in the Related Links section. On the Metric and Policy Settings page, this link is licensed.
  • Alerts and Policy Violations links
  • Disabled Policies links

From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle Application Server. On the Oracle Application Server Instance page, click the Reports link in the Related Links section. On the Report Definitions page, these links in the Monitoring section are licensed.
  • Configuration section
  • Configuration Searches section

From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle Application Server. On the Oracle Application Server Instance page, click the Administration sub-tab. All links in these sections are licensed.
Policy Violations link From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle Application Server. On the Oracle Application Server Instance page, click the Topology sub-tab. On the Topology page, select a target on the page. This link in the Selection Details section is licensed.
Oracle HTTP Server Pages
Oracle home link From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle HTTP Server. On the Oracle HTTP Server page, this link in the General section is licensed.
Policy Violations links From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle HTTP Server. On the Oracle HTTP Server Instance page, these links in the Policy Violations section are licensed.
Security links From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle HTTP Server. On the Oracle HTTP Server Instance page, all links in the Security section are licensed.
Policies link From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle HTTP Server. On the Oracle HTTP Server Instance page, click the Metric and Policy Settings link in the Related Links section. On the Metric and Policy Settings page, this link is licensed.
  • Alerts and Policy Violations links
  • Disabled Policies links

From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle HTTP Server. On the Oracle HTTP Server Instance page, click the Reports link in the Related Links section. On the Report Definitions page, these links in the Monitoring section are licensed.
  • Configuration section
  • Configuration Searches section

From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle HTTP Server. On the Oracle HTTP Server Instance page, click the Administration sub-tab. All links in these sections are licensed.
Web Cache Target
Oracle home link From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle Web Cache. On the Oracle Web Cache page, this link in the General section is licensed.
Policy Violations links From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle Web Cache. On the Oracle Web Cache page, these links in the Policy Violations section are licensed.
Security links From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle Web Cache. On the Oracle Web Cache page, all links in the Security section are licensed.
Policies link From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle Web Cache. On the Oracle Web Cache page, click the Metric and Policy Settings link in the Related Links section. On the Metric and Policy Settings page, this link is licensed.
  • Alerts and Policy Violations links
  • Disabled Policies links

From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle Web Cache. On the Oracle Web Cache page, click the Reports link in the Related Links section. On the Report Definitions page, these links in the Monitoring section are licensed.
  • Configuration section
  • Configuration Searches section

From the Middleware page, click a link for an Oracle Web Cache. On the Oracle Web Cache page, click the Administration sub-tab. All links in these sections are licensed.
OC4J Target
Oracle home link From the Middleware page, click a link for an OC4J. On the OC4J page, this link in the General section is licensed.
Policies link From the Middleware page, click a link for an OC4J. On the OC4J page, click the Metric and Policy Settings link in the Related Links section. On the Metric and Policy Settings page, this link is licensed.
  • Alerts and Policy Violations links
  • Disabled Policies links

From the Middleware page, click a link for an OC4J. On the OC4J page, click the Reports link in the Related Links section. On the Report Definitions page, these links in the Monitoring section are licensed.
  • Configuration section
  • Configuration Searches section

From the Middleware page, click a link for an OC4J. On the OC4J page, click the Administration sub-tab. All links in these sections are licensed.
Policy Violations links From the Middleware page, click a link for an OC4J. On the OC4J page, these links in the Policy Violations section are licensed.
Security links From the Middleware page, click a link for an OC4J. On the OC4J page, all links in the Security section are licensed.
Other Oracle Application Server 10g Components
From the Middleware sub-tab, access is available to other Oracle Application Server 10g components (such as Oracle Forms Services). There are licensable links on these additional component home pages under the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition. These licensable links could include the following:
Oracle home link In the General section, if a link to Oracle home exists, the link is licensed.
Policies link In the Related Links section, click the Metric and Policy Settings link. On the Metric and Policy Settings page, this link is licensed

On the Oracle Application Server Integration B2B page, click the Metric and Policy Settings link in the Related Links section. On the Metric and Policy Settings page, this link is licensed.

On the Oracle Workflow page, click the Metric and Policy Settings link in the Related Links section. On the Metric and Policy Settings page, this link is licensed.

On the Oracle CMSDK page, click the Metric and Policy Settings link in the Related Links section. On the Metric and Policy Settings page, this link is licensed.

  • Alerts and Policy Violations links
  • Disabled Policies links

In the Related Links section, click the Reports link. On the Report Definitions page, these links in the Monitoring section are licensed.

On the Oracle Application Server Integration B2B page, click the Reports link in the Related Links section. On the Report Definitions page, these links in the Monitoring section are licensed.

On the Oracle Workflow page, click the Reports link in the Related Links section. On the Report Definitions page, these links in the Monitoring section are licensed.

On the Oracle CMSDK page, click the Reports link in the Related Links section. On the Report Definitions page, these links in the Monitoring section are licensed.

Oracle Application Server Farm Pages
Policy Violation links From the Middleware page, select a farm. On the Oracle Application Server Farm page, these links in the Policy Violation section are licensed.

From the Middleware page, select a farm. On the Oracle Application Server Farm page, click the Topology sub-tab. The Policy Violations link in the Selection Details section is licensed.

Changes links From the Middleware page, select a farm. On the Oracle Application Server Farm page, these links in the Configuration Changes section are licensed.
Security Policy Violations links From the Middleware page, select a farm. On the Oracle Application Server Farm page, these links in the Security Policy Violations section are licensed.
  • Alerts and Policy Violations links
  • Disabled Policies links

From the Middleware page, select a farm. On the Oracle Application Server Farm page, click the Reports link in the Related Links section. On the Report Definitions page, these links in the Monitoring section are licensed.
  • Deployments section
  • Configuration Searches section

From the Middleware page, select a farm. On the Oracle Application Server Farm page, click the Administration sub-tab. All links in these sections are licensed.
Policy Violations section From the Middleware page, select a farm. On the Oracle Application Server Farm page, click the Members sub-tab. All links in this section are licensed.
Policy Violations column From the Middleware page, select a farm. On the Oracle Application Server Farm page, Metrics page, Administration page, and Members page, click the Launch Dashboard button. All links in this column are licensed.
Oracle Application Server Cluster Pages
Policy Violation links From the Middleware page, select a cluster. On the Oracle Application Server Cluster page, these links in the Policy Violation section are licensed.

From the Middleware page, select a Cluster. On the Oracle Application Server Cluster page, click the Topology sub-tab, then select a target on the page. This link in the Selection Details section is licensed.

Changes links From the Middleware page, select a Cluster. On the Oracle Application Server Cluster page, these links in the Configuration Changes section are licensed.
Security Policy Violations links From the Middleware page, select a Cluster. On the Oracle Application Server Cluster page, these links in the Security Policy Violations section are licensed.
  • Alerts and Policy Violations links
  • Disabled Policies links

From the Middleware page, select a Cluster. On the Oracle Application Server Cluster page, click the Reports link in the Related Links section. On the Report Definitions page, these links in the Monitoring section are licensed.
  • Deployments section
  • Configuration Searches section

From the Middleware page, select a Cluster. On the Oracle Application Server Cluster page, click the Administration sub-tab. All links in these sections are licensed.
Policy Violations section From the Middleware page, select a Cluster. On the Oracle Application Server Cluster page, click the Members sub-tab. All links in this section are licensed.
Policy Violations column From the Middleware page, select a Cluster. On the Oracle Application Server Cluster page, J2EE Applications page, Metrics page, Administration page, and Members page, click the Launch Dashboard button. All links in this column are licensed.
HTTP Server HA Group
You can access HTTP Server HA Group pages from the All Targets sub-tab. To display the available HTTP Server HA Group, select HTTP Server HA Group from the Search list, then click Go. Select a HTPP Server HA Group from the search results to display its home page.
Configuration Changes links On the HTTP Server HA Group Home page, these links in the Configuration Changes section are licensed.
Policy Violation links On the HTTP Server HA Group Home page, these links in the Policy Violation section are licensed.
Security Policy Violation links On the HTTP Server HA Group Home page, these links in the Security Policy Violation section are licensed.
Critical Patch Advisories for Oracle Homes links On the HTTP Server HA Group Home page, these links in the Critical Patch Advisories section are licensed.
  • Alerts and Policy Violations links
  • Disabled Policies links

On the HTTP Server HA Group Home page, click the Reports link in the Related Links section. On the Report Definitions page, these links in the Monitoring section are licensed.
  • Deployments section
  • Configuration section

On the HTTP Server HA Group Home page, click the Administration sub-tab. All links in these sections are licensed.
Policy Violation section On the HTTP Server HA Group Home page, click the Members sub-tab. This section is licensed.
Policy Violations column On the HTTP Server HA Group Home page, Charts page, Administration page, and Members page, click the Launch Dashboard button. All links in this column are licensed.
OC4J HA Group
You can access OC4J HA Group pages from the All Targets sub-tab. To display the available OC4J HA Group, select OC4J HA Group from the Search list, then click Go. Select an OC4J HA Group from the search results to display its home page.
Configuration Changes links On the OC4J HA Group page, these links in the Configuration Changes section are licensed.
Policy Violation links On the OC4J HA Group page, these links in the Policy Violation section are licensed.
Security Policy Violation links On the OC4J HA Group page, these links in the Security Policy Violation section are licensed.
Critical Patch Advisories for Oracle Homes links On the OC4J HA Group page, these links in the Critical Patch Advisories section are licensed.
  • Alerts and Policy Violations links
  • Disabled Policies links

On the OC4J HA Group page, click the Reports link in the Related Links section. On the Report Definitions page, these links in the Monitoring section are licensed.
  • Deployments section
  • Configuration section

On the OC4J HA Group page, click the Administration sub-tab. All links in these sections are licensed.
Policy Violation section On the OC4J HA Group page, click the Members sub-tab. This section is licensed.
Policy Violations column On the OC4J HA Group page, Administration page, Charts page, and Members page, click the Launch Dashboard button. All links in this column are licensed.

3.1.3 Oracle WebLogic Server Management Pack Licensed Repository Views

The following repository views are part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition:

Blackout Views Inventory Views
MGMT$BLACKOUT_HISTORY
MGMT$BLACKOUTS
MGMT$METRIC_CATEGORIES
MGMT$GROUP_FLAT_MEMBERSHIPS

Monitoring Views Compliance Views
MGMT$ALERT_ANNOTATIONS
MGMT$ALERT_NOTIF_LOG
MGMT$TARGET_METRIC_COLLECTIONS
MGMT$TARGET_METRIC_SETTINGS
MGMT$AVAILABILITY_CURRENT
MGMT$AVAILABILITY_HISTORY
MGMT$ALERT_CURRENT
MGMT$ALERT_HISTORY
MGMT$METRIC_DETAILS
MGMT$METRIC_CURRENT
MGMT$METRIC_HOURLY
MGMT$METRIC_DAILY
MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD_RULE
MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD
MGMT$COMPLIANCE_STANDARD_GROUP
MGMT$CS_EVAL_SUMMARY
MGMT$COMPOSITE_CS_EVAL_SUMMARY
MGMT$CS_RULE_EVAL_SUMMARY
MGMT$CS_GROUP_EVAL_SUMMARY
MGMT$CS_TARGET_ASSOC
MGMT$CCC_ALL_OBSERVATIONS
MGMT$CCC_ALL_OBS_BUNDLES
MGMT$CCC_DIAG_ANALYTICS
MGMT$CCC_DIAG_QUEUEBACKLOG

Configuration Views
MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_DOMAIN
MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_NODES
MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_DATASOURCE
MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_SVR_PROP
MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_DS_PROP
MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_SERVER
MGMT$EMAS_GLASSFISH_NW_LSTNR
MGMT$J2EE_APPLICATION
MGMT$J2EEAPP_EJBCOMPONENT
MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWS
MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWSOPER
MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWSPOLICY
MGMT$J2EEAPP_JRFWSPORT
MGMT$J2EEAPP_WEBAPPCOMPONENT
MGMT$J2EEAPP_WSCONFIG
MGMT$J2EEAPP_WSPORTCONFIG
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_APPLICATIONS
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_CLUSTER
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_DOMAIN
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_EJBCOMPONENT
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JDBCDATASOURCE
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JDBCMULTIDS
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JMSCONNFACTORY
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JMSQUEUE
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JMSTOPIC
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_JOLTCONNPOOL
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_MACHINE
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_NETWORK_CHANNELS
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_NODEMANAGER
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_OPSSSYSPROP
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_RACONFIG
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_RAOUTBOUNDCONFIG
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_RESOURCECONFIG
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_SERVER
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_STARTSHUTCLASSES
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_VIRTUALHOST
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_WEBAPPCOMPONENT
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_WORKMANAGER
MGMT$WEBLOGIC_WSCONFIG

Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) Configuration Views
MGMT$OHS_CIPHERSUITES
MGMT$OHS_CONFIGFILES
MGMT$OHS_GENERAL
MGMT$OHS_LISTENADDRESSES
MGMT$OHS_PERFRELATED
MGMT$OHS_VIRTUALHOSTS
MGMT$WEBCACHE_TO_OHS_ROUTING
MGMT$EMAS_OHS_COMPRESSION
MGMT$EMAS_OHS_FUSAPPS
MGMT$EMAS_OHS_GENERAL
MGMT$EMAS_OHS_PERFRELATED
MGMT$EMAS_OHS_ROUTINGGENERAL
MGMT$EMAS_OHS_ROUTINGLOCATIONS 

3.1.4 Oracle WebLogic Server Management Pack Licensed Reports

The following reports are part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition:

  • All reports in the category of Oracle Home Patch Advisories that pertain to Oracle Application Server targets are licensable.

  • WebLogic Server Health Check Report.

3.1.5 Oracle WebLogic Management Pack Licensed CLI Verbs

The following Enterprise Manager command-line interface (CLI) verbs are licensed as part of the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.

add_beacon
add_siteguard_script_hosts
add_swlib_storage_location
apply_template_tests
assign_test_to_target
clone_as_home
create_diag_snapshot
create_fmw_domain_profile
create_fmw_home_profile
create_inst_media_profile
create_jeeappcomp
create_operation_plan
create_patch_plan
create_siteguard_configuration
create_siteguard_credential_association
create_siteguard_script
create_swlib_entity
create_swlib_folder
delete_operation_plan
delete_siteguard_configuration
delete_siteguard_credential_association
delete_siteguard_script
delete_siteguard_script_hosts
delete_test
describe_patch_plan_input
disable_test
enable_test
extend_as_home
extract_template
get_connection_mode
get_instances
get_operation_plan_details
get_operation_plans
get_patch_plan_data
get_procedure_types
get_procedure_xml
get_procedures
get_siteguard_configuration
get_siteguard_credential_association
get_siteguard_script_hosts
get_siteguard_scripts
list_aru_languages
list_aru_platforms
list_aru_products
list_aru_releases
list_patch_plans
list_swlib_entities
list_swlib_entity_subtypes
list_swlib_entity_types
list_swlib_folders
list_swlib_storage_locations
provision
refer_swlib_entity_files
reimport_swlib_metadata
remove_beacon
remove_swlib_storage_location
run_prechecks
search_patches
set_availability
set_connection_mode
set_key_beacons_and_tests
set_patch_plan_data
show_patch_plan
submit_operation_plan
submit_patch_plan 
submit_procedure
sync_beacon
update_operation_plan
update_siteguard_configuration
update_siteguard_credential_association
update_siteguard_script
update_swlib_entity
upload_jeeappcomp_file
upload_swlib_entity_files

3.1.6 WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition Restricted Use License

WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition includes the full capabilities of Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Service Level Management.

See Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Service Level Management in Chapter 7 for more information.

3.2 SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition

This pack delivers comprehensive management and modeling capabilities for a Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)-based environment. By combining SOA run-time governance, business-IT alignment, model-driven metrics, and SOA infrastructure management with Oracle's system management solution, Enterprise Manager Cloud Control significantly reduces the cost and complexity of managing SOA-based environments.

This pack supports the following Cloud Control SOA targets:

  • Business Process Execution Language (BPEL)

  • Oracle Service Bus (OSB)

  • Oracle SOA Suite 11g Infrastructure (soa-infra)

  • Oracle SOA Suite 11g SOA Composites

This pack also supports the following Application Dependency and Performance (ADP) targets:

  • Business Process Execution Language (BPEL)

  • Oracle Enterprise Service Bus (OESB)

  • Oracle Service Bus (OSB)

  • Oracle SOA Suite 11g SOA Composites

This pack also supports Business Transaction Management features within the SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition.

Note:

License to provision SOA Suite, BPM Suite, Oracle Service Bus (OSB), or AIA or related discovered components of those platforms is included as part of SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition (including user-defined and the built-in "Provision Middleware" deployment procedures).

The following sections provide SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition licensing information for Cloud Control and Business Transaction Management target types:

3.2.1 Licensing for Cloud Control SOA Targets

This portion of the pack delivers comprehensive management and modeling capabilities for an SOA-based environment. The following sections describe the licensed features and links of this management pack offered by Enterprise Manager:

3.2.1.1 Features

The SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition Cloud Control targets include the following features:

Feature Description
Adapter metrics Provide throughput and error metrics for different adapters in graphical format.
Application dependency and performance Provide a model-driven, top-down approach within development, quality assurance (QA), staging, and production environments.
Blackouts Suspend monitoring on targets to support scheduled maintenance periods.
Business-IT alignment Provide integration for business KPIs and system metrics in one system for correlation and trending.
Centralized management console Monitor and manage all enterprise components from a central location.
Change Activity Plans Provide the ability to plan, track in real time, and execute data-centerwide change activities. Activities include: PSU patch rollouts, database consolidation to Exadata, etc.
Configuration management Collect configuration information for the BPEL Process Manager server/domains/processes and Oracle Service Bus.
Deployment automation Automate deployment of BPEL suitcases, OSB resources, OSB Domains, SOA artifacts, SOA domains, and SOA composites.
Discovery and service modeling Provide discovery of Oracle BPEL processes, Oracle Service Bus-based business and proxy services. Provide automated system modeling capabilities for the SOA infrastructure.
End-to-end transaction tracing Trace transactions across distributed application components, and monitor and measure performance characteristics of each component.
Historical analysis and reporting Store collected metric and configuration data in a central repository.
Infrastructure management Monitor availability and performance of SOA infrastructure components.
Management Connectors Helpdesk (ticketing) connectors open helpdesk tickets for incidents raised in Enterprise Manager. Event connectors share event information with other management systems.
Metric and Alert/Event History View metric and alert/event history and its associated details.
Metric Extensions Create new metrics to monitor conditions specific to customer environments.
Monitoring Templates and Template Collections Monitoring Templates encapsulate target monitoring settings and can later be applied against many targets. Template Collections (with administration groups) automate the deployment of management settings on targets as they join the group.
Notifications Define and use different notification methods including e-mail, running custom OS scripts, PL/SQL procedures and SNMP traps; repeat notifications, use of notification-related actions in incident rule sets, administrator notification schedules.
Runtime governance Define SOAP tests to measure and record availability and performance of partner links (or any Web service) and business/proxy services for historical trending, troubleshooting, and root cause analysis purposes
Service level management Monitor services from the end-user's perspective using service tests or synthetic transactions, model relationships between services and underlying IT components, and report on achieved service levels

3.2.1.2 Accessing the Licensed Links

Licensed Page/Link How to Access
BPEL Process Manager target pages From the Enterprise Summary page, select Oracle BPEL Process Manager from the Target Search drop-down menu, then click Go. A list of BPEL Process Manager targets appears. All target pages linked from this list are licensed.
Process List page From the Oracle BPEL Process Manager page, click the Processes link at the top of the page. The BPEL Process List page appears, which shows all the deployed BPEL processes. All links and controls on the Process List page are licensed.
Oracle BPEL Process page From the Oracle BPEL Process Manager page, click on one of the processes in the list. The Oracle BPEL Process page appears. All links and controls on the Oracle BPEL Process page are licensed.
Oracle Service Bus targets From the Enterprise Summary page, select Oracle Service Bus from the Target Search drop-down menu, then click Go. A list of Oracle Service Bus targets appears. All target pages linked from this list are licensed.
  • SOA Artifacts Provisioning
  • Deploy SOA Composites

  • BPEL Process Provisioning

From the Deployments tab, click the Deployment Procedures link. These deployment procedure links are licensed.
  • SOA Home link
  • Application Dependency and Performance link

From the Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Middleware tab, these links are licensed.
  • Policy Enforcement Dashboard
  • Registered Services

  • Saved Tests

From the WebLogic Domain drop-down menu, select Web Services. These selections are licensed.
Save Test button From the Web Services selection above, select the Test Web Services menu item. This button is licensed.
  • Faults and Rejected Messages tab
  • Deployed Composites tab

  • Dehydration Diagnostics tab

From the SOA Infrastructure menu accessible as a sub-target of a WebLogic Domain, these tabs are licensed.
  • Monitoring menu
  • Provisioning menu

  • Configuration menu

From the SOA Infrastructure menu accessible as a sub-target of a WebLogic Domain, these menus and all sub-items are licensed.
Blackouts From the SOA Infrastructure menu accessible as a sub-target of a WebLogic Domain, this item under the Control menu is licensed.
Change Activity Plans From the Enterprise Manager home page, click the Enterprise menu, then Configuration. The Change Activity Plans and My Tasks items are licensable as part of the SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition.
Faults tab From the SOA Infrastructure menu accessible as a sub-target of a WebLogic Domain, select the Service Engine menu item, then the BPEL Engine sub-menu item. On the BPEL Engine page, this tab is licensed.

3.2.2 Licensing for Targets Related to Application Dependency and Performance

Oracle Enterprise Manager contains functionality related to application dependencies and performance for SOA, Portal, and Java Enterprise Edition applications. The following sections describe the licensed features and links of this management pack offered by Enterprise Manager:

3.2.2.1 Features

The SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition includes the following application dependency and performance features only for SOA components:

Feature Description
Automatic modeling and discovery Automatically model and discover management applications displaying multiple views of the application, including the topology, function/flow, and architectural views.
Contextual visibility into SOA metrics Provide drill-down contextual visibility into SOA metrics.
Service-level objectives Provide service-level objectives (SLOs) at any point within the architecture for indicators and alerts.

Note:

Within the SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition, application dependency and performance licensing is restricted to SOA, ESB, and OSB components and does not include Portal, Pageflow, Java EE, or Web Service components.

3.2.2.2 Accessing the Licensed Links

Licensed Page/Link How to Access
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager
  • BPEL Processes link, sub-nodes

  • ESB link, all sub-nodes

  • OSB link, all sub-nodes

  • Composites link, all sub-nodes

  • AIA link, all sub-nodes

  • Web Services link, all sub-nodes

  • Integration link, all sub-nodes

  • Processes link, all sub-nodes

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. On the Middleware page, click the Application Dependency and Performance link at the bottom of the page.

From the upper-left navigation pane in the resulting view, click the Monitor tab. These links and sub-nodes, including all of the associated links in the right-hand pane, and any pages, views, or links as well as the items they contain are licensed.

In addition to the links and sub-nodes, all tabbed pane links and data available in the right-hand pane as well as all links available from any of the items in the tool bar or by double-clicking an item in the right-hand pane are licensed.
  • Applications link, all sub-nodes
  • Resources link, all sub-nodes

 
In addition to the links and sub-nodes, all tabbed pane links and data available in the right-hand pane as well as all links available from any of the items in the tool bar or by double-clicking an item in the right-hand pane are licensed, except for these sub-nodes, which are excluded if they appear: Portals, WebCenter, Services, Pageflows.
Application Dependency and Performance User Interface page From the Application Dependency and Performance User Interface default view, all drop-down menu items and sub-items, navigation bars, lower information bar (bottom of interface), and time frame modification features at the top of the interface are licensed.
Configure page From the Application Dependency and Performance User Interface default view, click the Configure tab. All navigation tree nodes as well as all tabbed pane links and data available in the right pane are licensed.
SOA Diagnostic Job From the SOA Infrastructure target menu, select the Diagnostics sub-menu and then either select Schedule SOA Diagnostic Job to schedule a new job or select SOA Diagnostic Job to view previously submitted jobs.

3.2.2.3 Licensed Reports

All reports associated with the following target types are part of the SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition:

  • Oracle BPEL Process Manager

  • Oracle Service Bus

  • SOA Composite

  • SOA Infrastructure

  • SOA Partition

3.2.2.4 Licensed Command Line Interface (CLI) Verbs

The following Enterprise Manager CLI verbs are licensed as part of the SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition.

get_instances
get_instance_data_xml
get_procedures
get_procedure_types
get_procedure_xml
submit_procedure

3.2.3 Licensing for Business Transaction Management

The SOA Management Pack Enterprise Edition includes the following Business Transaction Management features only for Oracle Service Bus and Oracle SOA Suite:

Feature Description
Contextual visibility Provide drill-down contextual visibility into SOA and OSB metrics.
Exception management Provide transaction alerting and searching to locate exceptions and errors in transactions that span multiple application components
Transaction discovery Discover, record, and correlate transactions as they flow across components that span multiple JVMs, containers, and platforms.
Transaction-level agreements Provide transaction-level objectives (TLOs) that span multiple interacting components.

3.2.3.1 Business Transaction Management Restricted-use Licensing

Oracle includes a restricted-use license of Oracle Service Bus (and its subcomponents) for the express purpose of monitoring endpoints for Oracle Enterprise Manager Business Transaction Management, covering creation of Proxy and Business Service in pass-through mode only. Oracle Service Bus may be configured with the Business Transaction Management observer agent in single instance and an additional instance of Oracle Service Bus may be configured for Proxy failover purposes.

3.3 Management Pack for WebCenter

The Management Pack for WebCenter provides monitoring and management for the WebCenter Content: Server, WebCenter Portal: Spaces, WebCenter Portal: Services, and WebCenter Portal: Framework. The Management Pack for WebCenter includes:

  • Availability and monitoring of all components.

  • Performance monitoring of all components.

  • Historical analysis and reporting.

  • Thresholds and events.

  • Dashboard monitoring.

The following sections describe the licensed features and links of this management pack offered by Enterprise Manager:

3.3.1 Features of Management Pack for WebCenter

The Management Pack for WebCenter includes the following features:

Feature Description
Advanced alert management Provide notification methods, rules and schedules, metric history and associated drill-downs, ability to set blackouts, associate corrective actions with alert, user-defined metrics, metric snapshots, and monitoring templates.
Automatic modeling and discovery Automatically model and discover management applications displaying multiple views of the application, including the topology, function/flow, and architectural views.
Blackouts Suspend monitoring on targets to support scheduled maintenance periods.
Centralized management console Provide a consolidated browser-based view of the entire enterprise.
Contextual visibility into Portal, Web Services and J2EE metrics Provide drill-down contextual visibility into Portal, Web Services, and J2EE metrics.
Management Connectors Helpdesk (ticketing) connectors open helpdesk tickets for incidents raised in Enterprise Manager. Event connectors share event information with other management systems.
Metric and Alert/Event History View metric and alert/event history and its associated details.
Metric Extensions Create new metrics to monitor conditions specific to customer environments.
Metrics visibility at any layer Automatically generate customized dashboards and views to view metrics at any layer in the application through graphs and tables.
Monitoring Templates and Template Collections Monitoring Templates encapsulate target monitoring settings and can later be applied against many targets. Template Collections (with administration groups) automate the deployment of management settings on targets as they join the group.
Notifications Define and use different notification methods including e-mail, running custom OS scripts, PL/SQL procedures and SNMP traps; repeat notifications, use of notification-related actions in incident rule sets, administrator notification schedules.
Performance monitoring Provide real-time and historical performance monitoring.

Note:

License to provision WebCenter Suite products or related discovered components of those platforms via user-defined procedures is included as part of Management Pack for WebCenter.

3.3.2 Accessing Management Pack for WebCenter Licensed Links

Licensed Page/Link How to Access
  • WebCenter right-hand pane
  • Portlet Producer right-hand pane

From the Enterprise Manager Home page, select Oracle WebCenter from the Target Search drop-down menu, then click Go. A list of Oracle WebCenter targets appears. Click on any target. All alert, policy violation, and historical links in these panes are licensed.
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager link
  • Portals link, all sub-nodes

  • WebCenter link, all sub-nodes

  • Web Services link, all sub-nodes

  • Pageflows link, all sub-nodes

  • Services link, all sub-nodes

  • Processes link, all sub-nodes

  • Applications link, all sub-nodes

  • Resources link, all sub-nodes

From the Enterprise Manager Home page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. Click Application Performance and Dependency under Related Links.

Within the Management Pack for WebCenter Suite, licensing is restricted to Web Services, J2EE, Portal, WebCenter, and Pageflow components, and does not include BPEL, ESB, AIA, Composites, or OSB components.

From the Application Dependency and Performance dashboard page, click the Monitor tab. These links and menu items are licensed

In addition to all links and sub-nodes, all tabbed pane links and data available in the right-hand pane as well as all links available from any of the items in the tool bar or by double-clicking an item in the right-hand pane are licensed.
  • WebCenter
  • ADF

  • All

  • Day

  • 2 hours

Select one of the applications under the Application Deployment node in the left-hand navigation tree, then click the Application Deployment drop-down menu on the page to list the contents. All pages and links from these menu items are licensed.
  • Status History
  • Alert History

  • Blackouts

  • Policy Violations

  • Policy Trend Overview

From the Portlet Producer page, click the Portlet Producer menu, then Monitoring. These links and menu items are licensed.
Create/End Blackout… page From the Portlet Producer page, click the Portlet Producer menu, then Control. This page is licensed.

Click the WebCenter menu, then Control. This page is licensed.

  • Performance Summary
  • Service Metrics

  • Historical Service Metrics

  • Group Space Metrics

  • Historical Group Space Metrics

  • Status History

  • Alert History

  • Blackouts

  • Policy Violation

  • Policy Trend Overview

Click the WebCenter menu, then Monitoring. These links and menu items are licensed.
Configure tab link From the upper-left navigation area, click the Configure tab link. All navigation tree nodes as well as all tabbed pane links and data available in the right pane are licensed.
Resources tab link From the upper-left navigation area, click the Resources tab link. All navigation tree nodes as well as all tabbed pane links and data available in the right pane are licensed.
Custom Views tab link From the upper-left navigation area, click the Custom Views tab link. All navigation tree nodes in the lower-left navigation tree as well as all tabbed pane links and data available in the right pane are licensed.

3.3.3 Webcenter Management Pack Restricted Use License

Webcenter Management Pack includes the full capabilities of Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Service Level Management.

See Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Service Level Management in Chapter 7 for more information.

3.4 Management Pack for Oracle Coherence

The Management Pack for Oracle Coherence provides comprehensive monitoring, cluster management, cache management and configuration management capabilities for Coherence. This pack provides complete cluster visibility by supplying detailed metrics of various cluster artifacts and their interdependencies. The performance views can be completely customized and saved. The topology view gives graphical representation of dependencies of the components and performance hotspots. Enterprises can monitor more than one Coherence cluster from a single console. Organizations can keep track of node configuration over period of time and also change runtime configuration parameters for caches and nodes.

Enterprise Manager provides out-of-box support for metric alerts, enabling users to proactively monitor the cluster health. Various performance charts show real-time and historical performance trends. The cache data management features gives ability to perform several operations on any cache in the Coherence cluster (for example, view, import, export, purge, add index, remove index, etc.). Enterprise Manager automates the mundane tasks of setting up Coherence software and creating a cluster on distributed machines. Enterprise Manager also enables users to start and stop new nodes in an already monitored Coherence cluster. Similarly, users can also start and stop the entire cluster. User can monitor the node log files by setting patterns. Enterprise Manager generates alert when the patterns are found matching.

The following sections describe the licensed features and links of this management pack offered by Enterprise Manager:

3.4.1 Features of Management Pack for Oracle Coherence

The Management Pack for Oracle Coherence includes the following features:

Feature Description
Automate deployment Automate the deployment and setup of the Coherence cluster with multiple nodes.
Blackouts Suspend monitoring on targets to support scheduled maintenance periods.
Cache data management Perform operations such as view, export, purge, etc., on cache data.
Complete cluster visibility Provide detailed metrics for all Coherence components.
Configuration management Change run-time configuration parameters of multiple nodes, caches, and services from the central user interface console. Keep track of node configuration over period of time, change runtime configuration parameters of caches, nodes and services.
Customizable performance views Create custom performance views by selecting metrics from the metrics pallet, overlay multiple metrics on the chart, save different views.
Log file monitoring Monitor the node log files by setting patterns.
Management Connectors Helpdesk (ticketing) connectors open helpdesk tickets for incidents raised in Enterprise Manager. Event connectors share event information with other management systems.
Metric and Alert/Event History View metric and alert/event history and its associated details.
Metric Extensions Create new metrics to monitor conditions specific to customer environments.
Monitor multiple clusters Monitor multiple clusters from a single console.
Monitoring Templates and Template Collections Monitoring Templates encapsulate target monitoring settings and can later be applied against many targets. Template Collections (with administration groups) automate the deployment of management settings on targets as they join the group.
Notifications Define and use different notification methods including e-mail, running custom OS scripts, PL/SQL procedures and SNMP traps; repeat notifications, use of notification-related actions in incident rule sets, administrator notification schedules.
Start and stop nodes Stop existing nodes and start new ones in a Coherence cluster.
Start and stop the cluster Start and stop the entire Coherence cluster.
Topology view Graphical representation of the Coherence caches, nodes and hosts with related in context performance alerts.

Note:

License to provision Coherence products via user-defined procedures is included as part of Management Pack for Oracle Coherence.

3.4.2 Accessing Management Pack for Oracle Coherence Licensed Links

Licensed Page/Link How to Access
Oracle Coherence Cluster type links From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. All links and subordinate pages of the Oracle Coherence Cluster type in the table are licensed.

3.5 Management Pack for Oracle Data Integrator

Management Pack for Oracle Data Integrator leverages Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control best-in-class application performance management, service level management, and configuration management capabilities to provide a centralized management solution for Oracle Data Integrator Enterprise Edition.

The following sections describe the licensed features and links of this management pack offered by Enterprise Manager:

3.5.1 Features of Management Pack for Oracle Data Integrator

The Management Pack for Oracle Data Integrator includes the following features:

Feature Description
Advanced alert management Provide notification methods, rules and schedules, metric history and associated drill-downs, ability to set blackouts, associate corrective actions with alert, user-defined metrics, metric snapshots, and monitoring templates.
Automatic modeling and discovery Automatically model and discover management applications displaying multiple views of the application, including the topology, function/flow, and architectural views.
Centralized management console Monitor and manage all enterprise components including ODI domains from a central location.
Configuration management Collect configuration information for the ODI Agents.
Historical analysis and reporting Store collected metric and configuration data in a central repository.
Infrastructure management Monitor availability and performance of ODI infrastructure components: Agents, Repositories, Sources and Targets.
Load Plan and Session Monitoring Monitor end-to-end Oracle Data Integrator Load Plans and Sessions activity, review execution statistics and drill-down from a particular Task into a detailed report of Oracle databases activity.
Metric and Alert/Event History View metric and alert/event history and its associated details.
Metric Extensions Create new metrics to monitor conditions specific to customer environments.
Monitoring Templates and Template Collections Monitoring Templates encapsulate target monitoring settings and can later be applied against many targets. Template Collections (with administration groups) automate the deployment of management settings on targets as they join the group.
Notifications Define and use different notification methods including e-mail, running custom OS scripts, PL/SQL procedures and SNMP traps; repeat notifications, use of notification-related actions in incident rule sets, administrator notification schedules.
Performance monitoring Provide real-time and historical performance monitoring.
Service level management Monitor services from the end-user's perspective using service tests or synthetic transactions, model relationships between services and underlying IT components, and report on achieved service levels.

3.5.2 Accessing Management Pack for Oracle Coherence Licensed Links

Description How to Access
Oracle Data Integrator homepage links From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then Middleware. From the Middleware page, click on Middleware Features and select ODI Home. All links and subordinate pages of the Oracle Data Integrator Home page are licensed.
Oracle Data Integrator target type links From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select any of the ODI target types. From the Oracle Data Integrator target target menu, these items are licensed.

3.6 Oracle Application Replay Pack

Oracle Application Replay Pack enables you to perform realistic, production scale testing of your Web and packaged Oracle applications. Unlike traditional application testing tools, it uses real production workloads to generate load against applications under test and does not require any script development or maintenance. Oracle Application Replay Pack significantly reduces testing time. It provides the most efficient, optimized and highest quality testing for validating application infrastructure changes.

The following sections describe the licensed features and links of this management pack offered by Enterprise Manager:

3.6.1 Oracle Application Replay Pack Requirements

Oracle Application Replay Pack requires Oracle Real User Experience Insight 12.1.0.0 for workload capture. See Chapter 7, "End User Monitoring" for more information.

3.6.2 Oracle Application Replay Pack Features

The Oracle Application Replay Pack includes the following features

Feature Description
Workload capture Provide workload capture support with zero overhead.
Workload replay Replays workload with characteristics identical to production.
Reporting and analysis Provide rich reporting support for analysis and problem detection.

3.6.3 Accessing Oracle Application Replay Pack Licensed Links

Licensed Page/Link How to Access
Application Replay page From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Enterprise menu, Quality Management, then Application Replay. All links and subordinate pages of the Application Replay page are licensed.

3.6.4 Oracle Application Replay Pack Restricted-use Licensing

Oracle Enterprise Manager Application Replay Pack includes the following restricted-use licenses:

  • Restricted-use licenses of Real User Experience Insight Accelerators for Oracle E-Business Suite, Fusion Applications, Siebel, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications are included under the Application Replay license.

  • Restricted-use licenses of Oracle Load Testing Developer Edition and its scripting platform OpenScript for modifying the correlation rules used for handling dynamic application parameters or session information are included under the Oracle Application Replay Pack.

3.7 Business Intelligence Management Pack

This pack provides an integrated solution for ensuring the performance and availability of Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (Oracle BI EE) for both Release 11g and Release 10g. Using the pack, you can receive proactive alerts on impending problems for the application, examine run-time statistics to troubleshoot and tune performance, compare configurations across different environments, and keep track of configuration changes to avoid configuration-related problems.

You can use the pack with other Oracle Enterprise Manager management packs and plug-ins to achieve end-to-end management of the entire application environment, including both Oracle and non-Oracle databases, operating systems, storage, and network devices.

The following sections describe the licensed features and links of this management pack offered by Enterprise Manager:

3.7.1 Business Intelligence Management Pack Features

The Business Intelligence Management Pack includes the following features:

Feature Description
Automatic discovery Provide support to efficiently and quickly discover targets.
Blackouts Suppress unnecessary alerts during maintenance windows, and provide more accurate availability reporting.
Change history Search collected configuration data and view the history of configuration changes for diagnostic and regulatory purposes.
Configuration comparison Provide configuration diagnostics quickly. Replicate configuration in development/staging to production. Make sure that configuration settings amongst Oracle BI components in a clustered environment are consistent.
Configuration snapshot Allow known effective configuration information to be retained for future analysis. Save configurations to a configuration file (XML file) or to the Management Repository.
Dashboard reports Provide key query statistics for usage trending analysis.
Dashboards and reports Visualize in one stop the health status of the BI environment.
Historical metrics Measure usage and performance metrics for monitored Oracle BI targets. Diagnose performance problems by identifying bottlenecks in any of the monitored Oracle BI targets.
Management Connectors Helpdesk (ticketing) connectors open helpdesk tickets for incidents raised in Enterprise Manager. Event connectors share event information with other management systems.
Metric and Alert/Event History View metric and alert/event history and its associated details.
Metric Extensions Create new metrics to monitor conditions specific to customer environments.
Monitoring Templates and Template Collections Monitoring Templates encapsulate target monitoring settings and can later be applied against many targets. Template Collections (with administration groups) automate the deployment of management settings on targets as they join the group.
Notifications Define and use different notification methods including e-mail, running custom OS scripts, PL/SQL procedures and SNMP traps; repeat notifications, use of notification-related actions in incident rule sets, administrator notification schedules.
O/S monitoring Provide complete end-to-end management of the application environment.
Performance charts See detailed performance charts in a historical view to perform usage analysis and diagnose production problems.
Service level rule Define service-level objectives based on business requirements.
Service tests and beacons Record service tests to simulate key end-user activities, and actively measure performance and availability from an end-user perspective.

Note:

License to provision Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition via user-defined procedures is included as part of Business Intelligence Management Pack.

3.7.2 Accessing Licensed Links for BI Management Pack - Oracle BI EE 11g

The following licensed pages and links of this pack apply to Oracle Business Intelligence-specific targets within Enterprise Manager. These targets include:

  • Oracle BI Instance
  • Oracle BI Cluster Controller

  • Oracle BI Java Host

  • Oracle BI Presentation Server

  • Oracle BI Server
  • Oracle BI Scheduler

  • Essbase Server

  • Essbase Application


Feature How to Access
Oracle BI Instance
  • Logs*
  • Job Activity

  • Dashboard Reports

  • Scheduler Reports

  • Configuration

  • Compliance

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Instance. From the Oracle BI Instance target target menu, these items are licensed.

Note: The log viewer functionality is licensed with the WebLogic Server Management Pack Enterprise Edition.

Control From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Instance. From the Oracle BI Instance target Control menu, these items are licensed:
  • Create Blackout

  • End Blackout

Monitoring From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select target of type Oracle BI Instance. From the Oracle BI Instance target Monitoring menu, these items are license:
  • Performance Summary

  • Status History

  • Alert History

  • Blackouts

Availability From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Instance. The Availability tab and all its sub-tabs are licensed.
Oracle BI Cluster Controller
  • Job Activity
  • Configuration

  • Compliance

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Cluster Controller. On the Oracle BI Cluster Controller target menu, these items and all sub-items are licensed.
Monitoring From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Cluster Controller. From the Oracle BI Cluster Controller target Monitoring menu, these items are licensed:
  • Performance Summary

  • Status History

  • Alert History

  • Blackouts

Control From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Cluster Controller. From the Oracle BI Cluster Controller target Control menu, these items are licensed:
  • Create Blackout

  • End Blackout

Oracle BI Java host
  • Job Activity
  • Configuration

  • Compliance

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Java host. On the Oracle BI Java host target menu, these items and all sub-items are licensed.
Monitoring From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Java host. From the Oracle BI Java host target Monitoring menu, these items are licensed:
  • Performance Summary

  • Status History

  • Alert History

  • Blackouts

Control From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Java host. From the Oracle BI Java host target Control menu, these items are licensed:
  • Create Blackout

  • End Blackout

Oracle BI Presentation Server
  • Job Activity
  • Configuration

  • Compliance

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Presentation Server. On the Oracle BI Presentation Server target menu, these items and all sub-items are licensed.
Monitoring From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Presentation Server. From the Oracle BI Presentation Server target Monitoring menu, these items are licensed:
  • Performance Summary

  • Status History

  • Alert History

  • Blackouts

Control From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Presentation Server. From the Oracle BI Presentation Server target Control menu, these items are licensed:
  • Create Blackout

  • End Blackout

Oracle BI Server
  • Job Activity
  • Configuration

  • Compliance

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Server. On the Oracle BI Server target menu, these items and all sub-items are licensed.
Monitoring From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Server. From the Oracle BI Server target Monitoring menu, these items are licensed:
  • Performance Summary

  • Status History

  • Alert History

  • Blackouts

Control From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Server. From the Oracle BI Server target Control menu, these items are licensed:
  • Create Blackout

  • End Blackout

Oracle BI Schedule
  • Job Activity
  • Configuration

  • Compliance

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Scheduler. On the Oracle BI Scheduler target menu, these items and all sub-items are licensed.
Monitoring From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Scheduler. From the Oracle BI Scheduler target Monitoring menu, these items are licensed:
  • Performance Summary

  • Status History

  • Alert History

  • Blackouts

Control From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Scheduler. From the Oracle BI Scheduler target Control menu, these items are licensed:
  • Create Blackout

  • End Blackout

Essbase Server
  • Job Activity
  • Configuration

  • Compliance

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Essbase Server. On the Essbase target menu, these items and all sub-items are licensed.
Monitoring From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Essbase Server. From the Essbase target Monitoring menu, these items are licensed:
  • Performance Summary

  • Status History

  • Alert History

  • Blackouts

Control From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Essbase Server. From the Essbase target Control menu, these items are licensed:
  • Create Blackout

  • End Blackout

Essbase Application
  • Job Activity
  • Configuration

  • Compliance

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Essbase Application. On the Essbase Application target menu, these items and all sub-items are licensed.
Monitoring From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Essbase Application. From the Essbase Application target Monitoring menu, these items are licensed:
  • Performance Summary

  • Status History

  • Alert History

  • Blackouts

Control From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Essbase Application. From the Essbase Application target Control menu, these items are licensed:
  • Create Blackout

  • End Blackout


3.7.3 Accessing Licensed Links for BI Management Pack - Oracle BI EE 10g

The following licensed pages and links of this pack apply to Oracle Business Intelligence-specific targets within Enterprise Manager. These targets include:

  • Oracle BI Analytics Server
  • Oracle BI Cluster Controller

  • Oracle BI Presentation Server

  • Oracle BI Scheduler

  • Oracle BI Suite Enterprise Edition
  • Oracle BI Data Warehouse Administration Console (DAC) Server

  • Hosts Running BI Components


Feature How to Access
Oracle BI Analytics Server
  • Monitoring
  • Control

  • Job Activity

  • Information Publisher Reports

  • Configuration

  • Compliance

  • Target Setup

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Analytics Server. From the Oracle BI Analytics Server target menu, these items are licensed.
Oracle BI Analytics Server Performance page From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select an Oracle BI Analytics Server name. On the Oracle BI Analytics Server page, click the Performance sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.
Oracle BI Analytics Server Dashboard Reports page From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select an Oracle BI Analytics Server name. On the Oracle BI Analytics Server page, click the Dashboard sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.
Oracle BI Cluster Controller
Oracle BI Cluster Controller Members page From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Cluster Controller. On the Oracle BI Cluster Controller page, click the Members sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.
  • Monitoring
  • Control

  • Job Activity

  • Information Publisher Reports

  • Configuration

  • Compliance

  • Target Setup

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Cluster Controller. From the Oracle BI Cluster Controller target menu, these items are licensed.
Oracle BI Presentation Server
  • Monitoring
  • Control

  • Job Activity

  • Information Publisher Reports

  • Configuration

  • Compliance

  • Target Setup

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Presentation Server. From the Oracle BI Presentation Server target menu, these items are licensed.
Oracle BI Presentation Server Performance page From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select an Oracle BI Presentation Server name. On the Oracle BI Presentation Server page, click the Performance sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.
Oracle BI Scheduler
  • Monitoring
  • Control

  • Job Activity

  • Information Publisher Reports

  • Configuration

  • Compliance

  • Target Setup

  • Failed BI Jobs Scheduler section

  • Next Schedule Jobs section

  • All links in the System and Service section

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. From the All Targets page, select a target of type Oracle BI Scheduler name. From the Oracle BI Scheduler target menu, these items are licensed.
Oracle BI Suite Enterprise Edition
  • Failed BI Jobs Scheduler section
  • All links in the System and Service section

  • All links in the Alerts section

  • All links in the Policy Violations section

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select target of type Oracle BI Suite EE. On the Oracle BI Suite EE page, these items are licensed.
Oracle BI Suite EE Members page From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. From the All Targets page, select an Oracle BI Suite EE name. On the Oracle BI Suite EE page, click the Members sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.
System Home page
  • System Charts page

  • System Administration page

  • System Components page

  • System Topology page

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. From the All Targets page, select an Oracle BI Suite EE name. On the Oracle BI Suite EE page, select a System name in the System and Service section. On the System home page, all features on the page are licensed. From the System home page:
  • Select the Charts sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.

  • Select the Administration sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.

  • Select the Components sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.

  • Select the Topology sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.

System Charts page From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. From the All Targets page, select an Oracle BI Suite EE name. From the Oracle BI Suite EE page, select one of the following items:
  • System name

  • Service name

On the corresponding page, select the Charts sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.

System Administration page From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. From the All Targets page, select an Oracle BI Suite EE name. From the Oracle BI Suite EE page, select a System name in the System and Service section. On the System Home page, select the Administration sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.
System Components page From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. From the All Targets page, select an Oracle BI Suite EE name. From the Oracle BI Suite EE page, select a System name in the System and Service section. On the System Home page, select the Components sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.
  • System Topology
    page
From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. From the All Targets page, select an Oracle BI Suite EE name. From the Oracle BI Suite EE page, select one of the following items:
  • System name

  • Service name

On the corresponding page, select the Topology sub-tab. All features on these pages are licensed.

  • Black Out button
  • Availability link

  • All links in the Key Component Summary section

  • All links in the Related Links section

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select an Oracle BI Suite EE name. On the Oracle BI Suite EE page, select a Service name in the System and Service section. These items are licensed.
Service System page From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. From the All Targets page, select an Oracle BI Suite EE name. From the Oracle BI Suite EE page, select a Service name in the System and Service section. On the Service Home page, select the System sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed. On the Service System home page, all features on the page are licensed. From the Service System home page:
  • Select the Charts sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.

  • Select the Test Performance sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.

  • Select the System sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.

  • Select the Topology sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.

  • Select the Monitoring Configuration sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.

  • System Configuration, Root Cause Analysis Configuration, Service Tests and Beacons, Availability Definition, Performance Metrics, and Usage Metrics links
  • All links in the Related Links section

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. From the All Targets page, select an Oracle BI Suite EE name. From the Oracle BI Suite EE page, select a Service name in the System and Service section. On the Service Home page, select the Monitoring Configuration sub-tab. These items are licensed.
Oracle BI Data Warehouse Administration Console (DAC) Server
  • Monitoring
  • Control

  • Job Activity

  • Information Publisher Reports

  • Configuration

  • Compliance

  • Target Setup

From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select target of type Oracle BI DAC Server. On the Oracle BI DAC Server target menu, these items are licensed.
Oracle BI DAC Server Performance page From the Enterprise Summary page, click the Targets menu, then All Targets. On the All Targets page, select an Oracle BI DAC Server name. On the Oracle BI DAC Server page, click the Performance sub-tab. All features on this page are licensed.