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Database Management
Database Resource Monitoring : Monitoring scripted databases
 

Monitoring scripted databases

To create a monitoring plan for a scripted database, you must do the following:
*Add a resource monitor for a scripted database.
*Start a dbagent for the scripted database. For details about how to enable a scripted database agent, see Starting a scripted database agent.
To create a resource monitoring plan for a scripted database:
1. Click Resources > New > Scripted Database in the OpenEdge Management console.
The Create Scripted Database Monitor page appears.
2. Provide the following information:
*The display name for the database. The name must be unique among all scripted databases you are monitoring.
*The description of the database (optional).
*The host name. This name must be a valid name that can be resolved.
*The host's IP address (optional).
*The TCP/IP version (IPv4 or IPv6).
*The name of, and the full path to the database.
3. Select the Enabled check box to enable the resource monitor.
4. Click Save.
The default monitoring plan page appears. You can modify the settings if you choose. The steps for editing scripted database monitoring plans are the same as for managed database monitoring plans. See Monitoring managed databases for the procedure.
Until you start the monitoring agent, the database's status appears as Not Running. You can use the available buttons to edit, copy, or delete the scripted database monitor from OpenEdge Management. For details about how to enable a scripted database agent, see Starting a scripted database agent.
* Starting a scripted database agent