|Oracle Intelligent Agent User's Guide
Part Number A96676-01
This manual provides configuration information and answers to crucial troubleshooting questions pertaining to the Oracle Intelligent Agent. The Oracle Intelligent Agent User's Guide is directed towards users of Oracle Enterprise Manager Version 1 and Version 2, as well as other supported system management frameworks that communicate with the Oracle database through the Intelligent Agent.
This manual is intended for anyone installing, configuring, or troubleshooting the Oracle Intelligent Agent on UNIX or Windows NT platforms. Under most circumstances, the Agent requires little in the way of configuration and maintenance. For this reason, the Oracle Intelligent Agent User's Guide should be used as a reference, rather than read sequentially.
Provides a functional overview to the Intelligent Agent and discovery services.
Describes Agent installation and configuration procedures.
Describes Job and Event scripting using the Tool Command Language (Tcl).
Describes requisite configuration files used by Oracle Enterprise Manager.
Provides Intelligent Agent troubleshooting guidelines and procedures.
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