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Oracle 9i DBA Guide

Oracle 9i DBA Guide

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Oracle9i
Database Administrator\u2019s Guide
Release 1 (9.0.1) for Windows
June 2001
Part No. A90164-01
Oracle9i Database Administrator \u2019s Guide, Release 1 (9.0.1) for Window s
Part No. A90164-01
Copyright \u00a9 1996, 2001, Oracle Corporation. All rights reserved.
Primary Author: Herbert Kelly III, Mark Kennedy, and Helen Slattery.
Contributors: Server Technologies Division - NT Development and Robert Farrington of Oracle
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Contents
Send Us Your Comments...................................................................................................................ix
Preface............................................................................................................................................................xi

Audience................................................................................................................................................xii Organization..........................................................................................................................................xii Related Documentation.......................................................................................................................xi ii Conventions..........................................................................................................................................xiv Documentation Accessibility.............................................................................................................xix

What\u2019s New in Oracle9i for Windows........................................................................................xxi

Windows Integration.........................................................................................................................xxii Oracle Database Configuration Assistant Improvements............................................................xxii Oracle Internet Directory Administration Improvements............................................................xxii Using Oracle9i on Windows 2000....................................................................................................xxii Oracle9i Desupported and Deprecated Features...........................................................................xxiii

1 Postinstallation Database Creation
Before You Create a D atabase...........................................................................................................1-2
Naming Conventions for Oracle Databases.............................................................................1-2
Accessing Data Files and Log Files on Remote Computers...................................................1-3
Creating a Database Using Tools.....................................................................................................1-4
Using Oracle Database Configuration Assistant..........................................................................1-4
Create a Database.........................................................................................................................1-5
Importing Sample Schemas.................................................................................................1-8

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