Re: Oracle Application Server Admin

  • From: Tony van Lingen <tony.vanlingen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2008 12:40:37 +1000

My condolances! I went through this over a year ago and yes it is a lot 
of headache. I had no prior experience either and I found that there 
isn't a whole lot of documentation to go on either. I get the impression 
that not many shops actually use OAS? Wouldn't be surprised... :(

We don't have dedicated staff for it - it's Oracle so it's automatically 
regarded as a task for the Oracle DBA..


Allen, Brandon wrote:
> Hi List,
> I've recently been enlisted as the admin for Oracle App Server 10gR2 
> and every day I'm realizing more and more how much effort this is 
> going to require for setup and ongoing support.  I have no prior App 
> Server experience so this is no minor task for me to pick up.  This is 
> our company's first experience with OAS so we're trying to figure out 
> whose responsibility it should be ultimately and I'm just curious what 
> other shops typically do.  Are any of you DBAs also being asked to 
> take on OAS admin (similar to an "Apps DBA"), or do your shops have 
> dedicated staff for this role, or another group that takes this on in 
> addition to their primary role?
> Thanks,
> Brandon
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Tony van Lingen
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