My environment: Windows 2000, Server with Oracle 10g.
I logged in as local administrator and installed Oracle and created a database.
At this time the local administrator had no windows password. The oracle passwords were set.
I imported about 34GB data from Oracle 9i dump-files.
Then I wanted to use Enterprise Manager (EM).
The password for an OS-user is here mandatory, I could not use any feature where an identification of the OS-User is necessary (i.e. export).
I changed the local administratorâs account and gave him a password.
Now I can use the export function of EM but I cannot shutdown or startup the database in the EM. When I log on with SYS as SYSDBA and want to use shutdown I will get the following message:
500 Internal Server Error
I created another (second) 10g database instance (as local administrator with password) and the EM functions startup/shutdown worked for this instance.
Obviously the absence of the OS-password during creation of my first database is the reason for the above shown error.
I installed Oracle 10g on another computer where the local administrator had a password. All works normally there.
Is there anywhere a configuration file where I can change something so that I can use EM startup/shutdown for my first database or do I need to drop this database and create it again?