I have *2 important* quetions :
I'm trying to folow the instructions in the README file zipped in the EDK .
There are some steps which demonstarte / shows how to create , import , deploy etc , a plug in ( DemoSample ).
I got to the part in this file which guides you how to add a target to the EM.
I'm talking about the section after the plug in was created ( successfuly ) , imported , deployed.
Now, I want to add a target as it's written
" ... via the EM console ...
1. Set up ... Add Target ..
2. Select " Add Non Host .."
3. Select Discover DemoHost sample " ..
untill now, everything just worked fine. but when after the "Click Add guided discovery " ..
I expected to see a page in the browser which shows me something , ( I don't know what- it's the first time I got to this stage ..)
but i got blank page- nothing to see !!
Any idea what is wrong?
2. I already asked this, but since no one answered it yet, and IT IS URGENT to me ,I'll ask it again:
I want to create a plug in from a CEP ( Complex Event Proseesor ) . In the plugin.xml file I have to define a ' type ' - but I dont know what kind of type is it ..
Anybody knows ?
I'll apriciate any help!
Regarding question 2: If you're referring to the 'Type' value under the 'PluginAttributes' element, Oracle makes two types available to plug-in developers, 'MP' (Metadata plug-in with default UI) and 'MPP' (Metadata plug-in with custom UI). Take a look at the Cloud Control Extensibility Programmer's Reference section 2.4.1 for details.
For #1, i will have to review the demo host plug-in and get back to you. Is it fair to assume that you are using EM 12 R2?
For #2, we support two options MP and MPP. This is documented in the programmers guide: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E24628_01/doc.121/e25161/define.htm#BABHHEEJ
BTW, I am not sure which documentation you have been referring to but i highly recommend reading through the programmers reference book.
For a basic monitoring plug-in, i would refer to chapters 1, 2, 3, 13, 14, and 20. As you expand the scope of your plug-in, you can refer to other chapters in the book.