To help ALM deal with the Oracle server diagnostics password, you can either set the password in the Vuser script, or you can disable the password request on the server itself.
Note: This task is part of a higher-level task. For details, see How to Work with Lab Management Administration.
In VuGen, add the nca_set_diagnostics_password(<password>) function to your script and select a password.
Note: The nca_set_diagnostics_password function must come after the nca_connect_server function.
Perform the following steps:
Log on to the Oracle server with administrator privileges, and select the desired module in the Oracle application. The Responsibilities dialog box opens.
Select System Administrator and click OK.
In the Functions tab, select Profile > System and click Open. The System Profile Values dialog box opens.
In the Display section, select User, and enter the required user name. In the Profile field, enter
%Utilities:Diagnostics%and click Find. The Utilities:Diagnostics profile values are displayed.
In the User column of the Utilities:Diagnostics profile, set the value to Yes.
Save your settings.