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How to Enable Enterprize Manager of Oracle 10g in Oracle EBS R12

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I want to enable Enterprize Manager of Oracle 10g in Oracle EBS R12,

The enterprize manager is install by default if we install Oracle 10g only

Is there any script ? if then script name ?
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To enable OEM:
1. set ORACLE_SID environment variable to the name of the instance
2. run
% emctl   start    dbconsole

If you have changed the IP or host name possibly
you have to recreate the Repository
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