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Where can I find the Oracle Replication Manager ?

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RDBMS : 8.1.7
Product Version: OEM 2.2

Where can I find the Oracle Replication Manager

I have downloaded and installed the OEM2.2
I can't find the Oracle replication manager.
Does anyone know where can it be found (or downloaded) ?

Thanks
Peled Alon

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UsamaMunir earned 50 total points
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Hi!

When You install The Oracle Databse, The Replication manager is under Extended Administration . If you
don't see it, Either run the Database Configuration Assistance
choose modify database, select the Advanced Replication Option , This will Install the Oracle Replication
manager Under the extended administration Group

Or if u want it on the client side, install the oracle client, choose custom installation and select
replication manager in it. This will install the Oracle Replication Manager.


i Hope That Helps

Regards
UsamaMunir
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by:jbever
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as said in the other question,

replication manager is in the DBA studio.

j.
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by:UsamaMunir
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as said in the other question too, wanna bet, it's exactly where i said.

UsamaMunir
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by:jbever
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So usamaMunir,
did you download the latest version yet?
And did you find it?

Still willing to mail you a screen dump of my DBA Studio :-)

i'm off for the weekend.
J.
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