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How to Access EM in windows 7 Outside of VMware(Database installed on solaris in vmware)

Step 1: Configure Bridge network on vmware.

Step 2: Login as root user .

Step 3:Login as Oracle user. Check Emctl status whether Enterprise Manager console is running or not, if its not running ,start dbconsole(emctl start dbconsole).You must check listner is running or not.

Lsnrctl>status  ‘If its not start ,start listner.

Step 4: Note your solaris Ip address.

Step 5: Comeout from vmware and ping solaris ip address on windows command prompt.

Step 6 : After ping , open browser and type Enterprise manager URL in url address bar. Now you can easily access EM on windows 7.

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12 Comments Post a comment
  1. Hi Mohammad

    Could you show the code you’ve used in each step?

    January 25, 2010
    • Thanks for your comment,Sir.

      sure.i will publish again what steps i followed.

      January 25, 2010
      • Khurana #

        Azar can i install sqlplus on windows and to access a database running on VMware(linux) on same machine?

        If yes can you suggest the steps

        Khurana

        February 11, 2010
      • Yes you must install Oracle client on windows or you can use isqlplus.

        February 11, 2010
  2. Well Done!

    January 26, 2010
  3. Khurana #

    hmm nice work…..

    February 10, 2010
    • Welcome to my blog
      Thanks Mr.Khurana

      February 10, 2010
  4. manmohan #

    hi . i have installed teradata in vista and oracle10g in vmware in windows xp. how to access teradata from vmware which is outside of vmware

    May 21, 2010
  5. I feel so lucky to find out this great blog. Thank you very much for posting this helpful topic.I really appreciate your work

    January 23, 2011

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