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Oracle® Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Extensibility Programmer's Guide
12c Release 4 (12.1.0.4)

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A  C  D  E  F  G  I  J  L  M  N  O  P  R  S  T  U  V 

A

adding targets to Enterprise Manager, 9.1
additional management features
automated discovery, 1.5, 2.1
automation, 2.1
automation (jobs), 1.5
compliance rules and standards, 1.5, 2.1
configuration management, 1.5, 2.1
custom reports, 1.5, 2.1
custom target credentials, 1.5, 2.1
custom user interface for management, 1.5
jobs, 2.1
target-to-target associations, 1.5, 2.1
Adobe Flex UI framework, 8.3
agent push, 1.3.1
APIs, cloud, 1.1.4
archive file, plug-in, 2.1
automatic discovery, 1.6, 3.3.1
components, 9.3
enabling, 9.1
introduction, 9.1
key benefits, 9.1.1
overview, 9.3
register, 9.3

C

chart types, 8.2.1.3
Cloud Control
management repository, 1.1.2
Oracle Management Service, 1.1.1
platform, 1.1
Cloud Control Console, 1.1.4, 1.2.1
cloud web service APIs, 1.1.4
comparing configurations, 4.3.2
compliance control, 10.3.2
compliance evaluation, 10.3.5
compliance management, 1.6
compliance management solution, about, 10.1
compliance management, new features, 10.2
compliance management, overview, 10.3
compliance standard rules, 10.3.4
about, 10.3.3
real-time monitoring rules, 10.3.3
repository rules, 10.3.3
WebLogic server signature rules, 10.3.3
compliance standards, 10
about, 10.3.2
creating, 10.3.4
configuration information, collecting, 4.1
configuration management, 1.6
configuration metrics, identifying, 2.5.1
configuration snapshots, collection, 4.3
configurations, about, 4.3
connectors, 2.2
control, compliance, 10.3.2
core management features
availability and blackouts, 1.5, 2.1
common console features, 1.5, 2.1
default system reports, 1.5, 2.1
groups and systems, 1.5, 2.1
metric collection and alert, 1.5
metric collection and alerts, 2.1
creating compliance standards, 10.3.4
critical thresholds, specifying, 2.5.1
custom user interface for management, 2.1
customized UI, 8.1

D

database jobs, 1.4
default collection metadata, 2.1
default collections file, 2.1, 2.6.2
default warnings, specifying, 2.5.1
definitions
job type, 2.6.2
definitions, schema, 1.4
deployment configuration, stand-alone, 1.2
designing content, 2.5.1
determining metric collection, 2.5.1
discovered entity, 3.3.1
discovering potential targets, 9.1
discovery
content, 9.3
discovery module, 9.3
metadata, 9.3
new features, 9.2
parameters, 9.3
plug-in, 9.3
schedule, 9.3
discovery content, 9.3
discovery framework, 9.3
discovery metadata, 9.3, 9.3
discovery metadata XML file, 9.3
discovery module, 9.3
discovery parameters, 9.3
discovery scripts, 8.3.1, 9.3
discovery scripts, packaging, 9.1

E

EDK, 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, 8.5
downloading, 2.3
installing, 2.4
requirements, 1.5
EDK, components, 2.3
EM CLI, 1.1.4
empdk tool, 2.3
Enterprise Configuration Management
about, 4.1
comparing configurations, 4.1
exporting configurations, 4.1
features, 4.1
framework, 4.4
new features, 4.2
saving configurations, 4.1
searching configuration information, 4.1
tracking changes, 4.1
Enterprise Manager, framework, 1.5
enterprise reports, 1.6
Extensibility Development Kit, see EDK
extensibility plug-in
about, overview, 1.5
what’s new, 1.6

F

Flex binary, 8.5
Flex Builder, 8.5
Flex components, 8.2.1.4
Flex software development kit, 8.5
Flex UI, 8.2
framework
Adobe Flex UI, 8.3
Enterprise Configuration Management, 4.4
MPCUI, 8.2.1.2
UI, 8.3.2

G

groups, 3.3.3
assembling, 3.3.3
definition, 3.3.3
members, 3.3.3
normal, 3.3.3
privilege propagating, 3.3.3

I

implementing MPCUI
Flex UI, 8.2
metadata-only, 8.2
installing the EDK, 2.4
integration objects, 8.3.1

J

job definitions, 8.3.1
job system, 1.6
job type definition, 2.6.2

L

look and feel, UI, 8.2.1.4

M

manageable entity
classes, 3.3.1
existence only state, 3.3.1
managed state, 3.3.1
multiple states, 3.3.1
NYM state, 3.3.1
see ME
manageable entity class
definition, 3.3.1
Enterprise Manager capabilities, 3.3.1
representation, 3.3.1
managed state, 3.3.1
managed target
about, 3.3.2
definition, 3.3.2
examples, 3.3.2
managed targets, 1.3
additional enhancements, 3.2
lifecycle status, 3.3.2.2
target identity, 3.3.2.1
managed targets, configuration information, 1.4
managed targets, new features, 3.2
Management Agent, 1.1.3, 1.2
management console, 1.2
management framework deployment, typical, 1.3
management metadata, 2.5.1
management repository, 1.1.2, 8.3.1
NYM entity, 3.3.1
Management Repository, 1.4, 4.3
information, 1.4
Management Repository views, 1.1.4
managing targets, 3
ME, 3.3.1
ME classes, 3.3
metadata
discovery, 9.3, 9.3, 9.3
metadata file
target type, 2.6.2
metadata files
packaging, 2.6.2
target type, 2.1
metadata only UI, 8.2
metadata plug-in custom user interface
see MPCUI
metadata plug-ins, 2.2
metric definitions, 8.3.1
metric extensions, 3.2
monitoring data, retrieving, 8.3.1
monitoring scripts, 8.3.1, 9.3
MPCUI
about, 8.3
about the framework, 8.1
building blocks, 8.1
EDK, 8.5
implementations, 8.2
options for building UIs, 8.1
overview, 8.3.1
reusable components, 8.1
supported interfaces, 8.1
templates, 8.1
MPCUI framework, 8.2.1.2
MPCUI services
jobs, 8.4
metric data, 8.4
remote operations, 8.4
SQL results, 8.4
target associations, 8.4
target properties, 8.4

N

new features
compliance management, 10.2
discovery, 9.2
Enterprise Configuration Management, 4.2
extensibility plug-in, 1.6
managed targets, 3.2
plug-ins, 2.2
Not-Yet-Managed see NYM
NYM, 3.3.1
NYM entity, 3.3.1

O

OMS
see Oracle Management Service
Oracle Management Agent
see Management Agent
Oracle Management Repository
see Management Repository
Oracle Management Service, 1.1.1, 1.2, 1.5

P

packaging metadata files, 2.6.2
packaging tool, 2.3
parameters, discovery, 9.3
performance metrics, identifying, 2.5.1
plug-in
administrative features, 2.5.1
contents, 2.6
creating, 2.1
creating files, 2.5.1
deploying, 2.5
deployment, 2.2
designing, 2.5, 2.5.1
designing content, 2.5.1
development lifecycle, 2.5
downloading, 2.5
introduction, 2.1
metadata, 2.6.1
metadata files, 1.5
new features, 2.2
packaging, 2.3, 2.5
publishing, 2.5
target types, 2.1
undeploying, 2.5
upgrading, 2.5
validating, 2.3
plug-in archive, 2.1
plug-in archive file, 2.1
plug-in metadata, 2.1
plug-ins
getting started, 2
promoting targets, 9.1

R

redundancy groups, 3.3
removing plug-in, 2.5
renaming targets, 3.3.2.1
root cause analysis, 3.3.4.1

S

saved snapshot, 4.3.3
saved snapshots, 4.1
saving configurations, 4.3.3
schema definitions, 1.4
searching configurations, 4.3.1
self update, 2.2
service
definition, 3.3.7
examples, 3.3.7
snapshot type, 4.3
stand-alone deployment configuration, 1.2
stored procedures, 1.4
supported chart types, 8.2.1.3
SWF application, 8.3
system
definition, 3.3.4
members, 3.3.4
relationships, 3.3.4
system state, 3.3.4.1
systems
operations, 3.3.4.1
state, 3.3.4.1

T

target
adding to Enterprise Manager, 9.1
renaming, 3.3.2.1
target associations, 1.6
target configuration, 4.3
target credentials, 1.6
target definition files, 2.1
target identity, 3.3.2.1
target instance, 3.1
target model, 3.3
groups, 3.3.3
services, 3.3.7
supported management capabilities, 3.3.8
systems, 3.3.4
target type, 4.3
target type metadata file, 2.1, 2.6.2
target type parameters, defining, 2.5.1
targets
about managed, 3.1
definition, 3.1
discovering, 9.1
examples, 3.1
managing, 3
preconfigured, 3.1
promoting, 9.1
target-type metadata, 2.1
templates, MPCUI, 8.1
topology viewer, 4.4
types, 3.3.3

U

UI framework, 8.3.2
UI look and feel, 8.2.1.4
UI, customized, 8.1
user interface components
charts and tables, 8.2.1.3
layout, 8.2.1.1
look and feel, 8.2.1.4
navigation, 8.2.1.1
packaged regions, 8.2.1.2
pages, 8.2.1.1

V

value-added instrumentation, 3.1
verification tool, 2.3
viewing configurations, 4.3.1
views, Management Repository, 1.1.4