Existence - monitor Oracle databases
Existence is a mechanism designed to check the availability (status) of an unlimited number of databases, gathering information about the state of the main parameters of the DB Oracle collation and analysis.
Starting with version 3.7 Existence is divided into 2 independent mechanism
System - contains a set of system jobs, editing, deleting, which is not possible
User - user jobs, allowing flexible way to configure the control, data
System jobs, list of jobs sewn up in the program, their modification, deletion not possible
Setup tasks for databases
Open settings existence by clicking on the "Configure" button
In the list of "Connection list" displays a list of all connections configured in the program.
Red square left of the name indicates no configured jobs.
The entry consists of: <connection name (TNSName)> - <job number> [<comment connection>]
Highlight the connection in the tree "Connection list"
Specify the server name in field "Server name"
In the "Job list" to put necessary checks
Click the "Save" button
The message "Data saved" speaks of the success of the operation, in the "Connection list" icon to become green
Also in the main window on the tab "Existence" in the "List database" displays information about the connections configured for use in your Existence
When you select the connection in the "Database list" in the box "Database job list" displays the list of jobs configured for the connection
On | Off
On- switch "[SYSTEM]" to Start
Off - switch "[SYSTEM]" to Stop
In the process of gathering and analyzing the information obtained, the mechanism interacts with the user in the following ways:
Information in the main window on the tab "[SYSTEM]"