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Installation of Oracle Application Server on Windows 2008 Operating system [message #322060] Thu, 22 May 2008 05:26 Go to next message
pradies
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Dear All,

My Application developed on Oracle 10g Which is currently running on Windows 2003 Server. But now I want to upgrade my Operating system from windows 2003 server to windows 2008 server. I have already checked the certification list for Oracle Application Server on Windows 2008 Server. It is not certified or there is not any combination of both.
So can someone please suggest is this possible or is there any restriction at OS level. if Certification is Approved by Oracle Corporation then please tell me the link.


Thnax in Advance

Pradeep Sharma

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Re: Installation of Oracle Application Server on Windows 2008 Operating system [message #322133 is a reply to message #322060] Thu, 22 May 2008 10:14 Go to previous message
Littlefoot
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Why would you want to upgrade to operating system which is not certified with Oracle (not yet, that is).

These two statements are contradictory:
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(1) I have already checked the certification list for Oracle Application Server on Windows 2008 Server. It is not certified or there is not any combination of both.

(2) If Certification is Approved by Oracle Corporation then please tell me the link.

(1) suggests that you have checked it, but (2) says that you are still not certain about it.

Anyhow, the right place to verify such a doubt are Oracle Certification Matrices.
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