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Using Your Own Wallet for EM

Expert Oracle Tips by Laurent Schneider

January 14, 2011

Using Your Own Wallet for EM

To get rid of self-signed certificate and the annoying security warnings in your browser, use the following 2 easy steps

  1.  Create a new wallet in [OMS]/sysman/wallet/console.servername/, using either owm (gui) or orapki (command line)
  2. Restart opmn http server:
     
    opmnctl stopproc process-type=HTTP_Server
    opmnctl startproc process-type=HTTP_Server

Then, to access your Enterprise Manager (EM) Grid Control homepage, access the Apache server and not the oms upload server:

 opmnctl status -l
HTTP_Server http1:7779,http2:7201,https1:4445,https2:1159,http3:4890

Thus,

https1 is Apache (4445)

and

 https2 is Upload (1159)

The resulting url will be:  https://yourserver.dom.com:4445/em

For more information, you can check note 1278231.1

 
 
 
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