3 Replies Latest reply: Jan 16, 2013 9:01 AM by 356741 RSS

    EM12c: Change Lifecycle Status of multiple targets

    MaLau
      Hi,

      we forgot to set a Lifecycle Status for some targets during the promoting process. I created some incident rules which distinguish themselves by the Lifecycle Status.
      So now i have to browse to every target home, open the menu and select "Target Setup" --> "Properties" ... click "Edit" etc.

      Does anyone know a smarter solution? Is there a way to change the Lifecycle Status of more than one target at a time?

      Thanks and regards,
      Martin
        • 1. Re: EM12c: Change Lifecycle Status of multiple targets
          Andrei_
          Hi,

          You can change the target properties with emcli.

          emcli help set_target_property_value

          For example:

          emcli set_target_property_value -property_records="test_database:oracle_database:LifeCycle Status:Production"

          With emcli you can also provide the property records in a file.

          More on emcli:
          [1] Oracle® Enterprise Manager Command Line Interface 12c Release 1 (12.1.0.2) - http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E24628_01/em.121/e17786/toc.htm


          Cheers,
          Andrei
          • 2. Re: EM12c: Change Lifecycle Status of multiple targets
            MaLau
            Hi Andrei,

            thanks for this tip.
            I have already worked with the emcli(only some OMS config tasks) but i never though about to use it as tool to script some more complex configuration task.

            I think the note will help me with the syntax. Next step will be the selection of the production targets for examlpe. (e.g. all databases which name ends with a "P" or something --> set all belonging targets [host, listenert etc] to Lifecylce Status Production) But this is not your problem! ;-)

            Thank you very much again!
            Regards,
            Martin
            • 3. Re: EM12c: Change Lifecycle Status of multiple targets
              356741
              that is correct. emcli is the recommended approach for client side scripting. i am always active on this forum but if any specific question is not answered on this forum with regard to the scripting, feel free to route the question to venkat.maddali@oracle.com