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Getting Started with Oracle Event Processing 11g by Lloyd Williams, Robin J. Smith, Alexandre Alves

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Controlling from the command line

Before we investigate the visual monitoring and management tooling capabilities of the Oracle Event Processing Platform, it is worth pausing here to also highlight some of the available interactions possible with the server from the command line. There are many situations when an IT department or developer would like to control the Oracle Event Processing server environment remotely or from within their own scripts.

As one would expect with a comprehensive event-driven Java platform, a wide and varied collection of commands are available.

Let's begin with the basics and use the Oracle command line to start and then stop the Oracle Event Processing Server:

In the lower panel of the preceding screenshot, the following ...

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