Discovering and Monitoring JD Edwards Cloud Targets in Enterprise Manager Through Hybrid Cloud Agent


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Before You Begin

Prerequisites

You must have installed the following:

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 13c Release 2 (13.2.0.0)

  • AMS4JDE App Pack Plug-in version 13.2.2.1.0

Purpose

This Oracle by Example (OBE) describes how to add or discover JD Edwards domain to Cloud Control, update the domain, and use the monitoring logs to monitor the domain.

Time to Complete

Approximately 1 hour

What Do You Need?

Adding the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Domain to Cloud Control

  1. Navigate to the Systems page from the Targets menu.

  2. On the Systems page, with the JDE EnterpriseOne Domain selected, click JDE EnterpriseOne Domain from the Add drop-down menu.

  3. On the Add JDE EnterpriseOne Domain page, complete the following fields:

    • EnterpriseOne Domain Target Name

      Enter the name of the domain for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. The name of the Server Manager host will be appended to this name if you do not specify it. For example, your target name can be Eone_Test.

    • Enterprise Manager Agent Host Machine

      Enter the machine name on which the Enterprise Manager agent is installed.

      You can click the visual assist icon to open the Select Target dialog box and select the desired target.

    • Server Manager Host

      Enter the public IP of your Server Manager host.

    • Server Manager HTTP Port

      Enter the HTTP port that will be used to connect to Server Manager. The default value is 8999.

    • Server Manager JMX Port

      Enter the JMX port that will be used to connect to Server Manager. The default value is 14501.

    • Server Manager Admin User

      The default value, which should not be changed, is jde_admin.

    • Server Manager Admin Password

      Enter a valid value for the password of your Server Manager administrator.

    • Manage Cloud Instances

      Select the check box if you want to install the hybrid cloud agent and deploy the plug-in on JDE targets, including Server Manager during discovery.

    • Enterprise Manager User

      Enter the name of the Enterprise Manager that will be used to control the cloud instance.

    • Enterprise Manager Password

      Enter the password of your Enterprise Manager user.

    • JDE Provisioning Tool Host Machine

      Enter the JDE provisioning tool host public IP. The system populates the Server Manager Host machine name as default value.

    • SSH Private Key

      Click the Choose File button to upload the SSH private key. The SSH private key must be in openssh format and without the passphrase. The SSH key must correspond to the Public Key entered in the JDE Cloud Console.

    • Enterprise Manager Hybrid Cloud Gateway Agent Host

      Enter the name of the Enterprise Manager Hybrid Cloud Gateway Agent host.

      Use the visual assist icon to select the desired hybrid cloud gateway agent from the Select Hybrid Cloud Gateway Agent dialog box.

      Note: If Hybrid Cloud Gateway Agent is not already installed, see Prerequisites for Configuring a Management Agent as a Gateway.

    Add JDE EnterpriseOne Domain screen.
    Adding JDE Domain
  4. Click the OK button to add the domain.

  5. As it adds the JD Edwards Domain and associated targets, Cloud Control performs these functions:

    • Installed: Hybrid Cloud Agent

      Note: To view the status of installation, click Install Agent Results on the Add Targets Manually page.

      To access the Add Targets Manually page, select Add Target from the Setup menu, and click Add Targets Manually.

    • Deployed: Plugin on Hybrid Cloud Agent

    • Discovered: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Domain

    • Created: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Domain target

    • Saved: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Domain targets discovered

    • Note: Installing and deploying the Enterprise Manager agent is a time-consuming process. Do not close the browser window until the process is complete.

      If the browser shows a timeout message, add the domain again.

    After the processing is complete, the home page for the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Domain is displayed.

    See Using Cloud Control with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Updating the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Domain (Refresh Discovery)

To update the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne domain to Cloud Control, use the Refresh Discovery process as described below.

  1. On the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Domain home page, navigate to Custom Menu, and click Refresh Discovery.

    Cloud Control displays the following warning.

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    Refresh Discovery Warning
  2. On the Refresh Discovery page, complete the following fields:

    • Enterprise Manager User

      Enter the name of a valid Enterprise Manager user.

    • Enterprise Manager Password

      Enter the password of your Enterprise Manager user.

    • SSH Private Key

      Click the Choose File button to upload the SSH private key. The SSH private key must be in openssh format and without passphrase. The SSH key must correspond to the Public Key entered in the JDE Cloud Console.

  3. On the Refresh Discovery screen, verify the target and click the Yes button to complete the refresh action.

    The Cloud Control system refreshes the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Domain and associated targets. When the process is complete, the system displays the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Domain home page.

    Note: For newly added targets, the hybrid cloud agent will be installed and the plugin will be deployed during the Refresh Discovery process.

Monitoring Logs

  1. Navigate to the desired target (Enterprise Server, HTML Server, or DBCS Server). In this example, we are using JDE EnterpriseOne domain.

  2. Click Members, then click Show All from the Custom Menu.

  3. On the Members page, click the name of the EnterpriseOne Enterprise Server.

  4. With the JDE EnterpriseOne target displayed in Cloud Control, navigate to EnterpriseOne Enterprise Server, Monitoring, and click All Metrics.

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    Monitor Enterprise Server Logs
  5. On the All Metrics form, you can view any of the metrics that are available for the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Enterprise Server.

  6. Click the JDE Enterprise Server Log Monitor to view logs for the enterprise server.

  7. Note: Similarly, you can view logs for the HTML Server and the DBCS Server.

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