Interactively from the BRGUI graphical interface or the BRTOOLS character interface. · Directly from the command line using the relevant BR*Tools options. SAP Database Administration Using BRTOOLS SAP provides a number of tools to administer the underlying Oracle Database. The combined group of tools is. 1) SAP delivers the “BR*Tools” to provide an interactive Oracle database administration tools 3) Different between BR*Tools and BRTOOLS.
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All other confirmation prompts and so on are skipped. You can enter manually enter the command.
BRtools and DB02 information:
However, you might get errors if you change the command. There are the following reasons for this: You enter the command options required directly from the command line: If the command options are correct and complete, the SAP tool is executed immediately to perform a function on the database. If you do not specify a function, the tool is called with the default function when you start it from the command vrtools Otherwise, the appropriate menus are shown for the function you select.
You can force the tool to run in batch mode without any interactive component by entering the option —c force. For more information, see: Be very careful with —c force because it forces default selection of all unspecified options, which might lead to unexpected results.
For quick mode, you must specify at least the function and the object name.
The object — for example, a tablespace name if you want to extend a tablespace — varies according to the function that you choose. You can also enter additional options in quick mode.
The alternative to quick mode is main menu modein which you only use the menus in BRSPACE to enter the options required to perform a function. Unless you know the object name, we recommend you to use main menu mode.
SAP Basis For Beginner: SAP BR*Tools an interactive interface for Oracle database management
They jump directly to the final input menu to let you enter the remaining required parameters and execute the function immediately.
The following graphic illustrates in outline how quick mode works: There are the following exceptions to quick mode: If you do not enter the brtoole of the information to be displayed, you see a menu displaying the different categories of information class: Show database instance information. Show database space information. Show database object information. Choose the category and brrools the class that you require.
How to Use BR*Tools (SAP Library – SAP Database Guide: Oracle (BC-DB-ORA-DBA))
With these functions you should also enter an action to specify brtoolss kind of alter function you require. If the list is not what you require, you can go back and make a new selection.
The field for the object name is filled with your entry. You can now enter all required options and execute the function immediately. BRSPACE starts by displaying the function main menu for the function that you entered, which is Alter database parameter in this example.
When you have finished bdtools a function and you choose back after starting BRSPACE in quick mode, the quick mode is deactivated and you can choose a new object to execute the function again. The exception to this is for the functions in segment management, where it makes no sense to display all tables or indexes, because the list would be too long.
You use quick mode from: Exceptions to quick mode There are the following exceptions to quick mode: Show database instance information Show database space information Show database object information Choose the category and then the class brrools you require.