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Oracle Enterprise Manager

Oracle Enterprise Manager

Oracle Enterprise Manager

  I'm completly new to Oracle(8i) and just installed Oracle Enterprise Edition on my Win2003 server system. The problem is after installing this I know the Enterprise Manager has been installed but it's like I cannot find it on my system. Is there under someother name - I've checked all the menus for Oracle. Please help.


RE: Oracle Enterprise Manager

The executable I believe will be VOC.exe under a \Bin folder in possibly the \Orawin folder.  I'd just search for teh VOC.exe file.


RE: Oracle Enterprise Manager

Hi, I tried all of the above ( and more) to no avail. I even tried installing the manager seperately ...but when I remove it I don't see an option to install it - while I can no longer see it under the Installed components.
N e help will be appreciated. Thanks.


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