RE: Grid Control replacing OEM

  • From: "Reidy, Ron" <Ron.Reidy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <Jill.Drocea@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, "'Oracle-L (E-mail)" <oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 1 Mar 2006 11:29:38 -0700

I am in test mode for OEM GC right now.  No problems using it against
10.2, 10.1, or 9.2.  I hated the old "fat" oem with a passion, if that
is the old OEM you are refering to.
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Subject: Grid Control replacing OEM

Has anyone been able to view a 10g DB w OEM? I'm having difficultly
transitioning to Grid Control or dbcontrol. At this point I'm finding it
awkward and time-consuming using it as a replacement for OEM. How is
everyone else transistioning? I'm considering using Quest Tools instead.

Jill Drocea

Oracle DBA

Verizon Wireless



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