The Oracle Enterprise Manager System Monitoring Plug-in for Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database (IMDB) extends Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control to add support for monitoring TimesTen databases.


This document is intended for TimesTen system administrators and users of Enterprise Manager. System administrators can use the Enterprise Manager Plug-in for TimesTen to monitor and configure a TimesTen database.

Related documents

TimesTen documentation is available on the product distribution media and on the Oracle Technology Network (OTN):

Oracle Database documentation is also available on the Oracle Technology network. This may be especially useful for Oracle Database features that TimesTen supports but does not attempt to fully document.


TimesTen supports multiple platforms. The term Windows refers to all supported Windows platforms and the term UNIX applies to all supported UNIX platforms and also to Linux. Refer to the "Platforms" section in Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database Release Notes for specific platform versions supported by TimesTen.


In TimesTen documentation, the term "TimesTen plug-in" refers to the Oracle Enterprise Manager System Monitoring Plug-in for Oracle TimesTen In-Memory Database.

This document uses the following text conventions:

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Replace install_dir with the path of your TimesTen installation directory.

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% The percent sign indicates the UNIX shell prompt.
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TimesTen documentation uses these variables to identify path, file and user names:

Convention Meaning
install_dir The path that represents the directory where the current release of TimesTen is installed.
TTinstance The instance name for your specific installation of TimesTen. Each installation of TimesTen must be identified at install time with a unique alphanumeric instance name. This name appears in the install path.
bits or bb Two digits, either 32 or 64, that represent either the 32-bit or 64-bit operating system.
DSN The data source name.

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