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Ok .. so perhaps the title needs calming down a bit.

Basically I am after the XE 11g equivalent of the pages that you can see here, in which you can then navigate to stuff like "top 50 queries" and "longest running queries", etc etc. For the life of me, I can't find that on the most recent XE edition.

Please can someone direct me to where I might find these very useful admin pages ! Or was I imagining it all along :-/

Edit: These are the pages I am after.

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Visiting the equivalent page in the 11g version of Oracle 2 Day DBA, I see that the monitoring you are referring to is now done in SQL Developer, rather than via web interface. It appears the web interface you were previously using is completely gone in 11g.

Sorry for the bad news.

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That's what I thought - that it had just "gone". Great. –  Richard Green Sep 11 '12 at 11:19
    
On the bright side, they don't seem to have removed any functionality, at least that I can discern from a quick look. It's all just been rearranged. –  Michael Hampton Sep 11 '12 at 11:28

These documentation pages for are for XE 11.2, they look very similar in content to what you asked for.

I found them on this part of the Oracle website.

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I think the best parts of all the monitoring are via SQL developer (which was an option) but I would prefer the web interface equivalent. –  Richard Green Sep 5 '12 at 8:21
    
To me, it looks like they shifted the focus of their documentation away from web interface administration. This page looks like the direct equivalent of the chapter 8 page you linked to in your question: docs.oracle.com/cd/E17781_01/server.112/e18804/… But indeed, some of the info that used to be there is now gone. –  Kenny Rasschaert Sep 5 '12 at 9:24

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