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on Nov 8, 2012 11:31 AM by User765891-Oracle
Can't set property 'guestVMPresent' when accessing any host
Nov 5, 2012 7:50 PM
Whenever I click on Targets --> Hosts and then drill down into a host (click on a hostname), I get this error:
Can't set property 'guestVMPresent' on class 'oracle.sysman.core.host.ui.HostConfigurationPageBean' to value 'null'.
It then shows me screen asking if I'd like to view the log file, but when I click on this, there isn't a log file to view.
Notes about this:
I have hosts on Win32, OEL 5.6 and OEL 6. They all behave the same.
There are 2 other DBAs besides myself, and neither of them get this error. Some differences are that I have preferrred and named credentials and some jobs attached to them.
I created a TESTER account based off of theirs and do not get the error.
Oracle suppor tells me that this is
- INTERNAL ERROR WHEN ACCESSING HOST ON OEM22.214.171.124
However, this bug states it happens when the targets are hosted under VMWare. That's not my case.
Anyone with other ideas?
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Re: Can't set property 'guestVMPresent' when accessing any host
Nov 8, 2012 11:31 AM
in response to
Re: Internal Error when acessing host on OEM126.96.36.199
seems to be duplicate of that.