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10g EM is no longer client/server-based but web-based. That means there is no menu item, EM is called through an URL in a webbrowser. The default address is http://<hostname>:5500/em . A windows service OracleDBConsole<SID> must be present and started.
I ran into a similar problem. Here is the answer from Oracle. At this time Enterprise Management Grid Control OMS is not available for Windows, so you can't use Enterprise Management Console at this moment.
Let me know if you see anywhere Oracle documented this. So far, I don't remember that I have seen this one.
Grid Control (Management of many targets from one central point) isn't yet supported for Windows, but dbconsole (standalone) is supported.
<<10g EM is no longer client/server-based but web-based>>
There is Oracle Enterprise Manager Java Console for Oracle 10g.
Please look at the "OEM 10g Oracledbconsole problems in a Windows XP Pro environment " I entered in the discussion forum. I was getting the same problem and was able to fix it.
Please look at the "OEM 10g Oracledbconsole problems in a Windows XP Pro environment " topic I entered in the discussion forum. I was getting the same problem and was able to fix it.
There is Oracle Enterprise Manager Java Console forYes, but it is not more then the 9i java console which can connect to the 10g databases. It cannot connect to the agent and the 10g new features, like the recycle bin, are not integrated.
As specified in the link above, the java console is installed from the Oracle 10g "client" cdrom/directory.
Not worth a try in my opinion...