|Oracle Applications InterConnect
Part Number A86039-01
This chapter describes the Oracle Applications InterConnect Runtime Management Console.
This chapter contains the following sections:
Oracle Applications InterConnect console is a centralized tool to administer the Applications InterConnect runtime components, the Repository and the adapters.
Using the console, the administrator can start, stop, monitor and troubleshoot the Applications InterConnect runtime. The console can be launched from the tools menu of Oracle Enterprise Manager console, or run as a standalone application.
The Oracle Applications InterConnect runtime includes two OAI components--the adapter and Repository. The console locates each instance of Oracle Applications InterConnect components in the system using a directory service. The console also monitors the functioning of each component, and provides various statistics about the runtime. The administrator can troubleshoot the system, in case of component failures or malfunction, using the console.
The Oracle Applications InterConnect Console has three monitors:
The Adapter monitor enables you to perform the following operations on an Applications InterConnect Adapter running in a remote location:
Stop causes the runtime to disable the adapter from sending and receiving messages.
Start causes the runtime to enable the adapter to send and receive messages.
Suspend causes the runtime to stop the adapter from processing the messages being sent and received.
Resume causes the runtime to restart the adapter, and processing of messages that have been sent and received.
The Repository monitor enables you to perform the following operations on an Applications InterConnect Repository running in a remote location:
The error monitor enables you to manage errors during runtime. All the errors in the various runtime components are written into a table in the database. Using the error monitor, the users can view each error and take necessary action.
The user can change the status of the error, add a comment, or delete the error. The error monitor screen in the console consists of a table with NextSet and PrevSet buttons.
The database table has the following columns:
The table has a fixed number of errors listed at any time. To display the next or previous set of errors, use the NextSet and PrevSet buttons respectively.