RE: Using OEM Alerts Oracle 9iR2.

You can't use sys to run events in OEM, use another user with DBA rights. 

J

-----Original Message-----
From: Arnon, Yuval [mailto:Yuval.Arnon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Thursday, January 29, 2004 9:54 AM
To: Josh Collier; Pager - Josh Collier
Subject: Using OEM Alerts Oracle 9iR2.



I have started to look at using OEM alerts and have encountered the
following issue.=20
I've created an alert for tablespace full for one of the discovered
databases.=20
When the alert runs for the first time after registering it comes back
with this error=20
"Event test "Tablespace Full" failed: ora-28009: connection to sys
should be as sysdba or sysoper ".

The Preferences are set up properly as I can access the database without
being asked for the sys password.

OEM is running on WIN2k. Database release 9.2.0.4

TIA.

Yuval.

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