After Oracle 10g install and creating a database, how to check for the URL (Web interface) to administer the database?
After you created the database with the Database Configuration Assitant (DBCA), it tells you the URL for the DB Console. If you missed that information, you can find it by going to the ORACLE_HOME/server_sid/sysman/config (where server_sid is replaced by the database server name and the ORACLE_SID value) for a file called emd.properties. In that file, look for the emd.properties file. In that file, find the line called REPOSITORY_URL. It will have a value something similar to:
Your port may not be 1158, but it might. In any case, the URL to get to the DB Console stuff is:
If you do not have an ORACLE_HOME/server_sid directory, then DB Console was not set up for you. I have a white paper on
my Web site
which discusses how to set it up manually.
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