OEM for Multiple databases in single RAC installation

Hi experts,
 
I have two RAC(11gR2) databases on a single RAC installation sharing the same Oracle home.
One of them was created at the time of RAC installation and the other is created later using dbca.
While creating the databse I set up OEM for both the databses but one OEM is showing only the first database (created with grid installation) and not the other one. The database is running when looked using sqlplus but doesnt show up in the OEM.
What should I do inorder to see the other one also in OEM? Any help is appreciated.
 
Thank you.
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Cha1tuAsked:
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Wasim Akram ShaikCommented:
when you create the database, after creation is successful, it gives you the link of OEM.

if you are using a Windows OS then go to Start--><Oracle_<ORACLE_HOME>> --> scroll the mouse over the instance name in the drop down list and click on it, OEM console of that particular instance will open up..
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JPrzybyszewskiCommented:
Hi

You have most probably configured DB Control and not the full OEM. DB Control by design can only monitor/manage 1 database. Therefore if you need to have DB Control (OEM) for the other database you need to configure it for the other database as well.

Check: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B28359_01/server.111/b28319/emca.htm for more info.

Regards,
Jarek
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Cha1tuAuthor Commented:
Did you mean I have to have the commercial/paid version of OEM to fully configure the OEM ?
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Wasim Akram ShaikCommented:
Did you mean I have to have the commercial/paid version of OEM to fully configure the OEM ?

why did you concluded so????

I don't think, oracle has launched any such type of product where in you have to pay for full configuration..!!!!
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