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first then play the video:
Groups and Events
Managing Groups and Events
As a DBA, you are
responsible for managing a group"s item and an event"s item. The
following is a summary of your task:
Creating a Group
Obtaining a background
Assigning databases to a
Creating an Oracle Event
Assigning Access Privileges
of an Event
Assigning target database
to an Event
Testing a created event
Scheduling a frequent run
of an Event
Registering an Event
Adding an Event to the
Refreshing the CONSOLE
Obtaining a Red Flag
In this exercise you will
learn how to create a group and assign a databases to it, create an
event to check the databases if they are up or down using the Oracle
Enterprise Management tool (OEM).
Expand the Group item. Notice that there are no groups.
Highlight "Group", and click on the "Create" icon.
In the create window, make sure that the Group item is highlighted
then click "Create."
In the Create Group window, enter the group name.
Select your background picture.
Select the databases to the "Targets" window.
On the "Access" tab, make sure the right user has full
On the "View" tab, locate the database icon on where they
physically are placed.
Then create the Group item.
The group was created.
Highlight the ISELFSCHOOLING group.
On the Event menu, click "Create Event"
Enter the event name, then select the database to have a red flag if
the database is down and have a green flag if the database if up and
On the Tests tab, expand the fault item and select the "Database
On the "Parameters" tab, notice that no parameter is needed.
On the "Schedule" tab, check the event every minute.
On the "Access" tab, notify the supper user (SYSMAN). Then,
click on the Show Notification Schedule" button.
On the "Notification Schedule" window, notify the SYSMAN
user from 6:00a.m to 7:00pm every day.
Then close the window.
Now, register the event and add it to the repository library.
To enforce to see the green or red flag, refresh the console.
Notice that the green flag were displayed. The green flag indicates
the database is up and running.