2 Replies Latest reply: May 16, 2014 4:32 PM by 1010168 RSS

    oracle 12c Database install using 12c Grid Cloud Control

    yakub21

      There must be a way to successfully install Grid Control 12c OMS into a 12c Database (non-container).

       

      Has anyone managed to work through the challenges of install Grid Control 12c Cloud Control using Oracle 12C Database as the OMS repository without using a Container Database?

       

      Thanks in Advance.

       

      I continue to work on getting this to work.  As I am surprised that it is not supported yet.  Though there must be a work-around!

        • 1. Re: oracle 12c Database install using 12c Grid Cloud Control
          Loc Nhan -Oracle

          Currently database version 12c is not supported to be used as an EM12c repository. Database version 12.1.0.1.0, however, is certified as an EM managed target.

           

          To access the Enterprise Manager certification matrix, follow these steps:

          1. Log in to My Oracle Support.
          2. Click the Certifications tab.
          3. On the Certifications page, in the Certification Search region, from the Product list, select one of the following:
            • Enterprise Manager Base Platform - OMS, to view the certification for OMS.

            • Enterprise Manager Base Platform - Agent, to view the certification for Management Agent.
          4. From the Release list, select 12.1.0.3.0, and click Search.


          Regards,

          - Loc

          • 2. Re: oracle 12c Database install using 12c Grid Cloud Control
            1010168

            I have installed Database version 12.1.0.1.0 on RHEL6 server then installed OEM12c on the same server without incident... in DBCA do not specify enable CDB then have the database up and running first then merely specify the connection information at the appropriate point in the OEM12c install, I took all  of the defaults including the SID=orcl when creating the database. 

             

            Even though it is not in the compatibility matrix...it does work.