|Oracle Enterprise Manager Messages Manual
Part Number A96671-01
Oracle Enterprise Manager is a system management tool which provides an integrated solution for managing your heterogeneous environment. The product combines a graphical console, agents, common services, and tools to provide an integrated, comprehensive systems management platform for managing Oracle products.
This manual provides probable causes and recommended actions for error messages generated by Oracle® Enterprise Manager and its components, including the separately licensable Management Packs.
The Oracle Enterprise Manager Messages Manual is written for those who use Oracle Enterprise Manager to perform system administration tasks and who are familiar with the tasks they wish to perform. If you are not familiar with database administration tasks, refer to the Oracle Server documentation set.
If you have not read the Oracle9i Database Administrator's Guide, it is recommend that you do so since there are chapters which describe the basic responsibilities of a database administrator.
This manual also assumes that you are familiar with your operating system. If necessary, refer to your operating system documentation.
For an overview of Oracle Enterprise Manager, see the Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide and the Oracle Enterprise Manager Quick Tour.
All error messages documented in this manual contain prefixes consisting of three or more letters and a number, for example:
VNI-2002: File operation error
Error messages in this manual are listed alphabetically by message prefix and numerically by message number within each chapter. Each chapter covers one or more prefix. Messages can be found by searching for them alphabetically in the manual, or by looking in the Index.
This manual and other Oracle Enterprise Manager documentation are designed to be used closely with the Oracle Server documentation set. While the Oracle Enterprise Manager documentation set explains how to perform database administration tasks using Oracle Enterprise Manager, the Oracle Server documentation set describes the reasons for and the implications of performing these tasks. It is recommended that you refer to the Oracle Server documentation set while using Oracle Enterprise Manager.
The following is a list of the Oracle Enterprise Manager documentation:
Oracle Change Management Pack Documentation
Oracle Diagnostics Pack Documentation
Oracle Tuning Pack Documentation
Oracle Standard Management Pack Documentation
Oracle Management Pack for Oracle Applications Documentation
Oracle Management Pack for SAP R/3 Documentation
In addition to the Oracle Enterprise Manager documentation set, extensive on-line help is provided for components in Oracle Enterprise Manager.
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