Deploying Oracle E-Business Suite plug-in or Oracle Application Management Pack into ORACLE OEM 12C

This post will provide u steps to deploy Oracle E-Business Suite plug-in into ORACLE OEM 12C which is also known as Oracle Application Management Pack for Oracle E-Business Suite.

The Oracle Application Management Pack for Oracle E-Business Suite extends Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control to help monitor and manage Oracle E-Business Suite systems more effectively. The pack integrates Oracle Applications Manager with Cloud Control to provide a consolidated, end-to-end Oracle E-Business Suite management solution. The pack can be used to manage both Oracle E-Business Suite Release 11i systems and Release 12 systems.

Before proceeding with deployment u first need to download “Oracle Application Management Suite for Oracle E-Business Suite” from This will be a zip file named & with size 433MB.

Now u r ready for OAM suite deployment:

oracle@rmb-zdr-oem01:$export EMCLI_STATE_DIR=/export/home/oracle/plugins
oracle@rmb-zdr-oem01:$export PATH=$PATH:$EMCLI_STATE_DIR
oracle@rmb-zdr-oem01:$ /u01/oracle/12C/middleware/oms/bin/emcli setup -dir=$EMCLI_STATE_DIR -url=https://oracle@rmb-zdr-oem01:7799 -user=sysman
Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Release 4.
Copyright (c) 1996, 2014 Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
The configuration directory "/export/home/oracle/plugins" may not be local. See the "dir" option in the help for the setup command.
Do you want to continue using this directory? [yes/no] yes
Enter password:

This process should successfully complete giving status : Emcli setup successful.

Extract which will give u this file : ~/software/EBS-PlugIn/ Now update this plugin into OEM.

oracle@zbx-oem01:$ /u01/oracle/12C/middleware/oms/bin/emcli import_update -file="/export/home/oracle/plugins/software/EBS-PlugIn/" -omslocal
Processing update: Plug-in - Enterprise Manager for Oracle E-Business Suite consists of System Management and Change Management Feature Sets
Successfully uploaded the update to Enterprise Manager. Use the Self Update Console to manage this update.

Now U need to use OEM/OMS console to deploy plugin. PFB screenshots for the same: Go to Setup => Extensibility => Plug-ins:

ebiz pluggin


ebiz pluggin

ebiz pluggin2

ebiz pluggin3

ebiz pluggin4

ebiz pluggin5

ebiz pluggin7

After this U need to monitor progress using command : emctl status oms -details:

Once everything is back up & running, U can log out and login to OEM console to have deployed Oracle E-Business Suite plug-in 🙂

ebiz plugin screenshots status

ebiz pluggin9

ebiz pluggin10

Hope so u will find this post very useful 🙂




14 replies

    • Hi David,

      We need to install plugin on agent host too!!

      Please refer following MOS Note : Step by Step to Install New AMP Plugin – Oracle E-Business Suite Plug-in on top of Grid Control 12c (Doc ID 1463040.1)

      Hope this will help u!!


  1. Hi Adityanath,

    This is very nice. Infact it helped a lot.

    Can you please share how to proceed further inorder to manage the EBS targets
    for eg: In the Oracle E-Business Management Screen it there is +Add to add the instance..

    Can you please share the steps that should be done after deploying plugin..


    • Hey Prasad,

      Thanks for visiting and appreciate your feedback. 🙂

      Can you please refer following MOS Notes :

      Step by Step to Install New AMP Plugin – Oracle E-Business Suite Plug-in on top of Grid Control 12c (Doc ID 1463040.1)
      Getting Started with the Application Management Pack for Oracle E-Business Suite (Releases 2.0.0-2.0.2) (Doc ID 394448.1)


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