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icon9.gif  OUI-10133:Invalid staging area. [message #291696] Sun, 06 January 2008 01:17 Go to next message
sameer123
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hey wen i try to in stall oracle 10g on windows 2003 server it gives an error
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OUI-10133:Invalid staging area. There are no top level components for Windows NT, Windows 2000 available for installation in this staging area."


an any1 help me out!
Re: OUI-10133:Invalid staging area. [message #291697 is a reply to message #291696] Sun, 06 January 2008 01:37 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michel Cadot
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Are you sure you are trying to install a correct version? It seems this is a version for NT or W2K but not W2003 server.
Are you sure you gave a correct path when oui asked you for?
Are you sure you are trying to install Oracle and not a patchset?

Regard
Michel

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Re: OUI-10133:Invalid staging area. [message #360989 is a reply to message #291696] Mon, 24 November 2008 09:44 Go to previous message
LifeNiro
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On Windows, when you install Oracle (at least for the version I installed, Oracle 10.2.0.3 ^^), the environment variables are not set.
What often happens in that case is that the ORACLE_HOME definition is missing. You have to go to the System window and choose "SET ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES". There you'll have to set ORACLE_HOME to your "Oracle_home" directory + add the Opatch complete path (inside the oracle home path) in the "PATH" variable. Usually it will be "$ORACLE_HOME/Opatch".
Then, to apply the patch, open a command prompt from the startup menu and go to the patch directory. (using cd blablabla).
from there use the following command line:
"opatch apply"

This should work if the version of your patch fits the version installed of course !
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