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Re: Oracle 10g on Fedora Core 2

From: Mr. Chow Wing Siu <wschow_at_Comp.HKBU.Edu.HK>
Date: 10 Jun 2004 08:59:57 GMT
Message-ID: <ca97ud$tp2$>

Dusan Bolek <> wrote:
> This is a quite common while using dbca, but I do not think this is a
> big deal. The first question that came to my mind is if you really
> need all of these options. Each of them represents a quite big topic
> and I'm not sure if you want to study all of these. If not you can
> switch them off before instalation (there is a button on one of the
> install screens called Options or something like that and also another
> button with Advanced features or something similar) Even if you really
> need them don't worry, it is possible to install them later. I do not
> know OLAP, but the instalations of the first three are a piece of
> cake. Very easy, very straightforward.
> You can also tell dbca just to prepare scripts for you, then manually
> edit them (if needed) and simply run. Strange is that in some cases
> dbca is able to prepare perfectly valid scripts, but generate errors
> if you let dbca to use them. There are clearly some problems in dbca
> <-> database communication.

Thank you for your reply.

I have the solution.
1. Do not use Custom starter database.
2. If you use Custom starter database, it'll not have a scott

   and other accounts and demo table inside. 3. If you use Custom install, do not select all Text and Intermedia options.

   Otherwise, you must get the ORA-03113 error. 4. Warehouse option is good enough to have Text and Intermedia options

   inside. And including with a warehouse starter database, it'll have    a scott and other accounts and demo table inside. 5. I cannot find demobld.sql and demodrop.sql anymore. 6. I am not sure that those options are generated during installation

   or already within the starter database during cloning the database.    Anyone can answer?

Johnson Chow
Received on Thu Jun 10 2004 - 03:59:57 CDT

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