This document provides a brief overview of the Enterprise Manager product and its architecture and then describes each of the subsystems that provide interfaces for extending the product features for a new or customized target type.
Each section provides an overview of the particular subsystem and describes the features it exposes to Enterprise Manager end-users, and the ways in which plug-in developers may leverage the provided interfaces to support those features for new target types being added to Enterprise Manager.
This document is not a reference guide and as such does not include details of these interfaces including API details. Refer to the Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control Extensibility Reference Guide and individual API Documentation for those details.
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This document is intended for developers that want to extend Oracle Enterprise Manager to support the ability to manage custom target types or extend the manageability of out-of-box target types.This document assumes basic knowledge of Enterprise Manager and its core features and concepts.
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