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Configuring Oracle monitor in Performance Center with 3 controllers?

I have configured Oracle 10g client SQL plus from both Controller and Utility server (tnsnames.ora is ok). There are 3 controllers for our PC 8.1 FP2 set up but I have installed Oracle client only on one of the Controller and the Utility server. Now, when adding the oracle monitor through PC user site, I am getting the error below:
"Could not login to database server. ORA-12514: TNS:listener does not currently know of service requested in connect descriptor". I am not sure if I need to install Oracle client on all 3 controllers or need to configure something on the PC admin site so that I can configure Oracle monitor profile for a particular controller?? Pls suggest..
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It has been awhile but I am pretty sure that you need an Oracle client on any machine that you use to connect to the database.

Alan
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Hi Alan, Thanks for ur quick response.
Does ur comments mean that I can create a monitor profile for a 'selected' generator? Can you pls list high level steps for the same...

Thanks,
Digendra
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Sorry, I mean 'Controller' instead of 'Generator' in my reply above.

-Digendra
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U need to Install Oracle client on all controllers & utility server and configure the respective tnsname entries in all controllers The performance center first tries to resolve the tnsname with a machine and then looks into TNS entry.
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