Re: Oracle Universal Installer Language
Date: Mon, 9 Feb 2009 09:39:20 -0200
Well, on Oracle Forums I did find that in oraparams.ini there is a parameter NLS_ENABLED=(true|false).
And setting NLS_LANG in registry only works if oracle is already installed, and would not affect OUI, unless run from the OH location.
Thanks though, The faq was indeed very interesting.
Oracle Certified Professional
On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 8:46 AM, Harshan Vasudevan Eppurath
> Please refer to following url
> Basically you have to set them in registery.
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> Subject: Oracle Universal Installer Language
> Well, the situation is rather simple... or not.
> I have several systems which have the OS installed in a language I
> don't understand. When I try to run the OUI I get it in that language
> and even though I've performed a few dozen installations and could
> probably do it in my sleep by now, I do need to make sure I'm not
> installing the wrong thing.
> It's even more complicated when it's an eastern language (japanese).
> In unix systems I basically solve this with and environment variable
> (NLS_LANG, NLS_LANGUAGE, NLS_TERRITORY for those of you who wonder)
> but I have found no similar solution for windows systems.
> Any help will be greatly appreciated.
> Thank you very much
> Alan Bort
> Oracle Certified Professional
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