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upgrade from 8 to 10 [message #220621] Wed, 21 February 2007 07:30 Go to next message
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is it possible to upgrade to 10g from 8?
using DBUA ?
shall i install the oracle 10g server on a different home on the same machine than launch DBCA to detect the version 8 database ?
if it cant be done is it a good idea to use export import to 10g ?
Solaris 9 os
Re: upgrade from 8 to 10 [message #220623 is a reply to message #220621] Wed, 21 February 2007 07:38 Go to previous message
Mohammad Taj
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Registered: September 2006
Location: Dubai, UAE
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What is your Oracle 8 release number.
Your on Oracle 8 or 8i if your using Oracle 8.1.7 ( 8i) then you can upgrade through DBUA.
1.you have to install oracle 10g.
2.using DBUA upgrade your database with help of documentation.
3.If your using <= 8i ( 8.1.7) then you have to first upgrade lower 8 version to 8i ( 8.1.7) then through DBUA you can upgrade.

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