OEM ERROR BY Dr.Watson - Enterprise Manager (Archived)

Pray tell
OS NT(4), Oracle 8.0.4.
I have created the repository in OEM,
my NT user has"log on as batch mode" access grants,
DBSNMP is running.
with this login
i tried to make export(to local or remote machine)
import, or any otehr job or event creation doesn't help because i get Dr. Watson telling me...
VAD.exe
Access Violation (0cx0000005) , Adress :0x022f8892.
What may have gone wrong here???
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ONE MUST LEARN TO WALK BEFORE HE/SHE CAN FLY
Tarry Singh

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Io exception: SO Exception was generated

Your assumptions if you choose to respond... This is my first installation of a DB. I'm taking a class that requires db 10g, and I'm trying to load it on my home computer. Windows XP pro. Everything seemed to be going well, until the point where it is suppose (by the instructions I'm following) to configure a new user account. When the URL:http://localhost:5500/em is suppose to open to the login page it gives me the following error page
The database status is currently unavailable. It is possible that the database is in mount or nomount state.
It doesn't like any username or password I can think of. I can select "Related Links: Configure Recovery Settings" to get to the login page, but it gives me the error message
Io exception: SO Exception was generated
The installation I'm following is off of this site...
http://www.course.com/cdkit/installinstructions_dbIII.cfm
I can log in to SQL with the default Scott/Tiger - but (and I don't know anything about this really), if the db won't start a lot of good it does me.
I'm ready to call in the army to fix this - anybody have any suggestions? I need them in basic english I can' seem to establish a new user account for 10g, and the db is 'currently unavailable.'' Are they related, are the separate issues, help, help, help....
The installation guide says I can't load it on XP unless it is pro. Is that true? I have a laptop with the home media addition. Would that work?
thanks,
Dan

Problem with oracle 8i lite for win98

hi,
i have installed oracle 8i lite on win98 and logged in to the system with SCOTT/TIGER/ODBC:POLITE but the sql console is giving this error
"Error accessing PRODUCT_USER_PROFILE
Warning: Product user profile information not loaded!
You may need to run PUPBLD.SQL as SYSTEM
Server not available or version too low for this feature"
what is the problem and how do i start the listener?
waiting for your help
bye 
Try user id system and password manager to access the polite database. 
You need to login as the "system" user and run the pupbld.sql script to create the sqlplus_product_profile table and the product_privs view. 
hi,
well i tried both the options but without any results.
when iam using SYSTEM/MANAGER/ODBC:POLITE it is giving me the following error
"Server not available or version too low for this feature"
Running the pupbld.sql is also of no use b'coz it's giving error
any other option..please 
Hi,
I'm runing Oracle8i Lite in windows ME, and I do get the an error saying that the server is too low for this feature, but I get the SQL prompt right away after that. Maybe u should configure the password in the Oracle 8 Navigator, by selecting the new Object icon, and then register your new Database connection.
Good luck 
hi,
the problem is not getting a sql prompt, i do get the prompt after the error message and i can also create a table etc.,
but i cannot use the predifined tables in sql or even dual i think for that you need to have the server running.is there any way to run the server or listner
help...help....help 
Ran into the same problem, finally solved by completely removing 8iLite and then installing 8i Standard ( to get the server ) and then re-installing 8iLite - you do need the server connection to get complete functionality. 
at the end of the day is there any solution to this problem apart from dumping 8ilite into recycle bin. i searched the whole of this discussion board and i have never come across a solution to this problem??

Event viewer log for 10g XE

Hello all,
I am using oracle 10g XE in windows 2003 server, i often see the below messages
in the event logger when i stop or start the ORACLE
"The description for Event ID ( 34 ) in Source ( Oracle.xe ) cannot be found. The local computer may not have the necessary registry information or message DLL files to display messages from a remote computer. You may be able to use the /AUXSOURCE= flag to retrieve this description; see Help and Support for details. The following information is part of the event: ACTION : 'CONNECT' DATABASE USER: '/' PRIVILEGE : SYSDBA CLIENT USER: <username> CLIENT TERMINAL: <machinename> STATUS: 0 ."
I am just worried whether this will cause any problems to the server. Any one know what this messages means and why these messages are appearing in the logs..
any help would would be greatly appriciated..
thanks,
Santhosh 
Have you installed and uninstalled Oracle XE previously on this server before installing the current software?
It seems like it's a non clean un-installation problem. as long as every thing's working fine no worries.
But for future implementation In my opinion if your server is a production server, do not install softwares you don't use it for production.
And have valid backups on everything.
Regards,
Tony Garabedian 
Thanks for the reply tony..
But i havent installed oracle10g before in the server and uninstalled it. Do you know how to get rid of this messages.. 
Hi,
See if this link can help you: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/312216
Cheers 
That was a good link legatii.. unfortunately it didn't help me. I am really
despirate to know what that information means and i know this forum is very active and i could get a answer from you guys quickly.. 
Hi,
Ok, but does Oracle XE is working perfectly ?
Cheers 
Yes , it works perfectly . 
Hi,
Then, I think you don't need to worry ...
Cheers 
The following information is part of the
event: ACTION : 'CONNECT' DATABASE USER: '/'
PRIVILEGE : SYSDBA CLIENT USER: <username> CLIENT
TERMINAL: <machinename> STATUS: 0 ."This is the audit trail of your system, telling you that your database has been connected by a user with SYSDBA privilege.
What is happening here is that, when you stop or start the Oracle XE service, the system is logging the connection of the SYS user connecting internally as SYSDBA to mount/open you database.
The difference is that seems like Windows cannot find the necessary library to show the message, that's why you are seeing an error.
I'm sure that you will see that same similar audit trail when you manually connect to your database as the SYS user with SYSDBA privilege.
Try it and look in the event log.
I think you have nothing to worry about.
Regards,
Tony Garabedian 
Thanks tony and legatti for the replies.. I will stop worrying. I just thought whether this might effect the stability..
Thanks,
Santhosh

OEM ERROR BY Dr.Watson

Pray tell
OS NT(4), Oracle 8.0.4.
I have created the repository in OEM,
my NT user has"log on as batch mode" access grants,
DBSNMP is running.
with this login
i tried to make export(to local or remote machine)
import, or any otehr job or event creation doesn't help because i get Dr. Watson telling me...
VAD.exe
Access Violation (0cx0000005) , Adress :0x022f8892.
What may have gone wrong here???
__________________
ONE MUST LEARN TO WALK BEFORE HE/SHE CAN FLY
Tarry Singh

RemoteOperationException: ERROR: Wrong password for user

Hi every one;
We recently upgraded our database to Oracle 10g. Every thing went Ok except for one thing. I can’t shut the database down from the EM (Enterprise Manager for database control) I’m not using the Grid control since this database is the only one in my network. Every time I try to do so I receive this error:
RemoteOperationException: ERROR: Wrong password for user
in the: Startup/Shutdown:Specify Host and Target Database Credentials page.
Please I need your help as soon as possible.
Thank you in advance 
Please specify always OS and version, that makes it easier to solve such problems. If it is Windows, see this thread:
Re: Windows user password failure
Probably you are missing privilege 'Logon as a batch job' . 
Thank you for your reply. The OS for the database host is Windows XP professional Sevice Pack Two Version 2002. 
I think, it should be the 'Logon as a batch job' problem. 
Yes that was the problem. Thank you very much for your kind help.

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