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Oracle 9i (9.0.2) Installation Guide for Server and Clients
Oracle 9i (9.0.2) Installation for Server and Client
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Oracle 9i (9.0.2) Installation for Server and Client
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Document Description ___________________________________________________1-1 Product Description _____________________________________________________1-1 Packaging____________________________________________________________1-1 Related Documents _____________________________________________________1-1
System Requirements ____________________________________________2-1
Server Requirements ____________________________________________________2-1 Recommended System Requirements ______________________________________2-1 Client Requirements ____________________________________________________2-1 Runtime Client ________________________________________________________2-1 Administrator Client ___________________________________________________2-1
Oracle Server Installation _________________________________________3-1
Before-Installation Activities _____________________________________________3-1 Privileges required for installer user _______________________________________3-1 Uninstall previous versions ______________________________________________3-1 Non right-to-left languages ______________________________________________3-1 Installation ____________________________________________________________3-2 Installing Oracle Software _______________________________________________3-2 Network Configuration _________________________________________________3-7 Post-Installation Activities _______________________________________________3-8 Adjusting SQLNET.ORA _______________________________________________3-8 Setup _________________________________________________________________3-9 Creating an Oracle Database _____________________________________________3-9 Configuring Oracle Database Initialization Parameters________________________3-12 Important Notes ______________________________________________________3-16 Important Notes ______________________________________________________3-17 Oracle Server Setup ___________________________________________________3-19 Uninstalling___________________________________________________________3-20 Installation Troubleshooting_____________________________________________3-20
ORA _______________________________________________4-6 For XP Users: Checking for OLEDB Provider Registration _____________________4-6 Connecting by SMARTEAM to the Oracle Server ____________________________4-7 Setup _________________________________________________________________4-8 Uninstalling____________________________________________________________4-8 iii .Oracle 9i (9.2) Installation for Server and Client 4 Oracle Client Installation _________________________________________4-1 Before-Installation Activities _____________________________________________4-1 Privileges required for installer user _______________________________________4-1 Non left-to-right languages ______________________________________________4-1 Installation ____________________________________________________________4-2 Client Installation Types ________________________________________________4-3 Installing a Custom Client _______________________________________________4-3 Installing an Administrator Client _________________________________________4-4 Exiting Oracle Installer _________________________________________________4-5 Post-Installation Activities _______________________________________________4-6 Granting Permission for Oracle Home Directory _____________________________4-6 Adjusting SQLNET.0.
refer to the Oracle 9i Installation Guide.2) Enterprise Edition CDs in the following configuration: • • • Oracle 9i release 2 Enterprise Edition .Oracle 9i (9. supplies Oracle 9i release 2 (9.0.3 CDs Oracle 9i release 2 (9. including the installation of previous Oracle versions. Product Description Packaging SmarTeam Corp. This guide assumes knowledge and experience in installing Oracle.2) Client – 1 CD Oracle 9i release 2 (220.127.116.11) Installation for Server and Client 1 Introduction Document Description This document outlines the procedures required to install an Oracle Server and Oracle Client for the SMARTEAM environment.0. For details of the standard Oracle installation procedure. The main purpose of this document is to highlight the installation procedure and the components of an Oracle database that are required by SMARTEAM-related applications.2) Documentation. Viewable – 1 CD Related Documents Oracle 817 Migration Guide Oracle 9i Migration Guide Oracle 9i Installation Guide 1-1 .
SMARTEAM. 2-1 . CAD. Please contact the SmarTeam support team to obtain the most recent metrics.Oracle 9i (9. test results and recommendations. for example.0. Recommended System Requirements Recommending system requirements requires sizing the specific customer configuration. Client Requirements Runtime Client 165 MB free disk space is required for an Oracle Runtime client installation. For other hardware configurations. and Office. 700 MHz RAM: 512MB Hard-disk drive space: 4.5 GB for database] OS: Windows 2000 SP3 Note: Although Oracle software functions when minimum system requirements are used. Administrator Client 510 MB free disk space is required for an Oracle Administrator client installation. refer to the requirements recommended by your software vendor.2) Installation for Server and Client 2 S y s t e m R e q u i r e m e n ts This section describes the system requirements for a Database Installation.5 GB [3GB for installation + 1. Server Requirements This installation assumes the following hardware and software configuration: Number of CPUs: 1 (2 are highly recommended) Minimum Processor Type: Pentium III. where the requirements are divided into Server and Client requirements. it is highly recommended to use a computer with higher than the minimum requirements.
2) Installation for Server and Client 3 O r a c l e S e r v e r I n s ta l l a t i o n The Oracle Server installation process described in this document is divided into two stages. 3-1 . we recommend to completely de-install previous versions.1. The first stage consists of software installation and network configuration followed by some manual changes. Arabic) change default locale to English (for example. directly to Oracle 9.3. However.x and 8. The second stage consists of creating the Oracle database.1. 8.7.6. Non right-to-left languages Prior to installing Oracle on non right-to-left languages OS (Hebrew.0.Oracle 9i (9.2.1. Before-Installation Activities Privileges required for installer user The Installer must be a member of the local Administrators group.x.7. Uninstall previous versions Oracle supports multiple Oracle homes of different versions (7.4. Please refer to Oracle 817 Migration Guide.0. US English). you should upgrade them according to Oracle 9i Migration Guide.2.x. which is prior to Oracle 8. You cannot upgrade a database.x) working on the same computer. Note. If you want to use your old databases with Oracle 9. 8.
0. Insert the Oracle 9i Release 2 (9. The File Locations window displays. 2. as illustrated. In the Welcome window.2) Installation for Server and Client Installation Note: The Oracle Server installation must be performed on the computer on which Oracle will be installed. 3-2 . The Oracle Server installation process has two general steps: Installing Oracle Software – installs all pertinent files on the server. installation using a Terminal Server will not succeed.Oracle 9i (18.104.22.168.0) – Oracle 9i Server CD and launch the Oracle Universal Installer application by pressing Install/Deinstall Products as at right. Installing Oracle Software 1. click Next to start the Oracle server installation. as illustrated. Network configuration – configures the means by which the Oracle Server is recognized and connected on the network with Oracle Clients.
Oracle 9i (9. if necessary. In the Available Products window.0. In the File Locations window. 3-3 . you can change the Oracle Home name. Note: If a previous Oracle version is installed. select Custom to proceed with a custom installation. In the Installation Types window. 4. as illustrated. select Oracle9i Database to install the Oracle Server. Click Next to continue. 5. you need to define a different path and name than the ones defined in that version. as illustrated. Click Next to continue. Click Next to continue.2) Installation for Server and Client 3.
and then return to the component you could not remove and try again. continue selecting and unselecting. recheck your list with the one displayed. 3-4 . After completing your selections. If you are not able to remove a particular component. In the Available Product Components window. as illustrated.2) Installation for Server and Client 6. . select the components listed in the following illustrations.0.Oracle 9i (9.
In the Component Location screen. as at right.0. the distribution of the Oracle installation components through your disks and estimated space allocation is shown. Press Next to continue. 3-5 .Oracle 9i (9.2) Installation for Server and Client 7.
In the Create Database window.0. 3-6 . The Summary window. 9. if needed. and making any changes. as illustrated. select No to not create a database. Note: The Oracle 9i server installation package consists of three CDs. as illustrated. Click Next to continue.2) Installation for Server and Client 8. the Configuration Tools window indicates progress for specific installation stages. During the installation process. you are prompted to insert each at the appropriate stage. After checking the list. . click Install to commence with the Oracle installation.Oracle 9i (9. displays a summary of all your selected options and selected components for installing.
Press Exit to close the Oracle Universal Installer as at right and proceed to the next chapter.2) Installation for Server and Client Network Configuration 10.Oracle 9i (9. 11. as illustrated. When the Net8 Configuration Assistance window appears. indicating progress. At the end of Oracle 9i Database Server Installation. 3-7 .0. the End of Installation screen appears. check the option Perform typical configuration then click Next to continue The Configuration Tools window appears. Note: Do not manually close the Configuration Tools window – this window closes automatically at the end of the installation phase.
Oracle 9i (9. Disable SQLNET. in case the client and database are located in different domains and there is no trust relationship between those domains.AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES to NONE.ORA Note: Failing to perform post-installation activities may cause SMARTEAM applications to malfunction. it is necessary to adjust the configuration file SQLNET. O R A After a regular Oracle Installation. either Database or Client.ORA in <Oracle Home>\network\ADMIN. C:\oracle\ora92\network\ADMIN. If the file SQLNET. as at right. as at right. 1. especially for SMARTEAM – Multi-site. Thus. Locate file SQLNET. by setting it to the default setting NTS.DEFAULT_DOMAIN parameter line into a remark and setting SQLNET. as described above. for example. Fix the Oracle SQL networking parameters by making the NAMES.ORA file with any text editor. Open SQLNET.ORA does not exist. Disabling this option is necessary for SMARTEAM – Multi-site to function correctly. Perform the following adjustments: Disable NAMES. 3. no change is required.AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES. if you are using enterprise-level OS based authentication. Microsoft Notepad. Note. Enabling this option. for example. it is recommended to create it. 3-8 . could prevent the Oracle client from connecting to the database. it is recommended to disable that option unless there is a special requirement for enabling it.DEFAULT_DOMAIN.2) Installation for Server and Client Post-Installation Activities Post-installation activities include the following: Adjusting SQLNET. A d j u s t i n g S Q L N E T. Enabling this option could affect the Oracle replication global name and service name resolution mechanism. If these parameters lines do not appear.0.ORA for SMARTEAM applications. 2. for example.
From the Start Menu. 2. which appears as at right. In the Oracle Database Configuration Assistant select Create a database as at right.Oracle 9i (9. and click Next to continue. Launch Oracle Database Configuration Assistant window. Click Next to continue. It is assumed that you performed the Oracle Server installation process as described in the previous section. 1.2) Installation for Server and Client Setup Setup activities include the following: Creating an Oracle Database Configuring Oracle Database Initialization Parameters Choosing a Database Character Set Important Notes Oracle Server Setup Creating an Oracle Database This section describes the procedure required to create the Oracle Database.0. 3-9 .
2) Installation for Server and Client 3.DB_DOMAIN. select New Database. Database Features tab. 5. Click Next to continue. In the Oracle Database Configuration Assistant window. select Oracle Database features: select Oracle Ultra Search and deselect Example Schemas.0. Click Next to continue. refer to Oracle 9i Concepts. Choose a meaningful name. as in the example. Click Next to continue. Choose a Global Database Name for your database in the format DBNAME.Oracle 9i (9. as at right. For more information. as at right. 3-10 . as at right. In the Oracle Database Configuration Assistant window. 4.
Dedicated Server Mode provides better performance when you have sufficient resources on your computer to support all users. select the default mode for your database. Shared Server Mode is preferable if your system could be overloaded by too many user connections. as at right. In the Oracle Database Configuration Assistant window.2) Installation for Server and Client 6.Oracle 9i (9.0. We recommend that this option be set by an experienced DBA only. Click Next to continue. 3-11 .
Oracle 9i (9.2) Installation for Server and Client Configuring Oracle Database Initialization Parameters This section describes the parameters to be set before creating the Oracle Database. It is very important to provide correct values for environment requirements such as the number of users and the estimated workload. 3-12 .0. Memory tab: set up the Database memory parameters. refer to Oracle Fine-Tuning for SMARTEAM Implementers. The tabs of the Initialization Parameters window. The values shown in the windows below are examples and should be replaced with values relevant to the application. with the corresponding parameters are: Tab Memory Character Sets DB Sizing File Locations Archive Parameter Database memory allocation Database character set Data Block sizing Initialization parameters file and Trace File Locations Archive Log Mode 7. For more information.
The options are: Use the default The default character set is obtained by the Oracle Database Creation Assistance application from the OS regional settings.Oracle 9i (9. it is usually set to WE8ISO8859P1. If you are planning to use the database in the SMARTEAM – Multi-site system. Character Set tab: set the database character set to one of the options according to the guidelines below and set the database national character set. Important Note. encourages most customers to use Unicode – multi-byte character sets. it is desirable to use the Unicode character set. and then convert your database into Unicode using Oracle built-in functionality Choose from the list of character sets If you are going to use character set different from the default.0. for example if you plan to import a dump file from another Oracle database. leave the default setting. However. all sites must have the same character set. you should configure the character set for the new Oracle database to be compatible with the character set in the Oracle database in which your dump file was created. SmarTeam Corp. their unique character-set must be used. For multi-byte languages such as Japanese. Even if you operate your database in Western Europe. National Character Set For most cases. 3-13 . Chinese and Korean. Use Unicode At present. by selecting either Default or Choose from the list of character sets. which is acceptable for all West European languages (English is always included). since it will simplify the interaction of your database with other databases. you can continue using your regional character set. when there is a requirement of backward compatibility that precludes using the Unicode character set. Therefore.2) Installation for Server and Client 8.
It is not recommended to activate Archive mode when you create the database. 11. SMARTEAM does not have any special requirements for those parameters. since it will impact on performance during the process. so you can set them according to your needs or leave the default values. Archive tab: defines whether the database will operate in Archive Log Mode and sets up appropriate parameters. DB Sizing tab. File Location tab: determines location of the database configuration files. it is highly recommended to operate in Archive mode in the production environment. However. It is highly recommended to leave the default values as at right. 10. for example as at right. Click Next to continue.2) Installation for Server and Client 9. Please refer to the respective Oracle Backup and Recovery documentation.0.Oracle 9i (9. 3-14 .
You can add new tablespaces on this page as well.2) Installation for Server and Client In the Database Storage screen you set up tablespace and other storage parameters. as shown in the example in the next step. as at right. You can also consider redeployment of tablespaces through your physical devices in order to improve performance. The default Oracle tablespaces and parameters are displayed.Oracle 9i (9. 3-15 . 12. to leave the USERS tablespace as the default tablespace. We recommend deploying control files through your physical devices in order to protect them from media crash. 13. It is recommended. Expand Tablespace branch as shown at right in the left pane. however.0. If you decide to use the USERS tablespace as a working tablespace you should enlarge it.
2) Installation for Server and Client 14.0. 3-16 . To enlarge the working tablespace. as at right. change the size of the datafile of the tablespace and/or add another datafile.Oracle 9i (9.
3-17 . When you have finished press Next. as at right. refer to the respective installation guides and other documentation. This prevents Oracle datafiles from unrestricted growth and possible loss of data.%s by %s in tablespace %s”. For more information about specific requirements for SMARTEAM applications. This is set by default for all tablespaces in the installation. Oracle recommends setting tablespace storage parameters to AUTOMATIC allocation (LOCALLY managed tablespace). it is highly recommended to set datafile storage parameter AUTOEXTEND to OFF for all datafiles as at right. In the Storage tab of the Database Storage screen (the screen appears.Oracle 9i (9.0. If you want to create additional tablespaces it is recommended to leave that default value as well. SMARTEAM – Multi-site database site requires larger SYSTEM tablespace than a regular database. 15. when you double-click on the database file name in the Database Storage screen above). You can perform all these tasks after the database creation has been completed. In the worst case. You can use SmartDBRepairing utility to do this. Now. If you decide to move indexes to another tablespace – INDX by default – you have to enlarge it beforehand. users get an error message like: ”Unable to extend table %s. In this case you have to enlarge your table space but no data will be lost. the tablespace list appears as at right.2) Installation for Server and Client Important Notes It is recommended to separate tables and indexes through distinct tablespaces for better performance.
After the database was successfully created.0. Before Oracle creates the database. as at right. Oracle prompts to change the default passwords for both SYS and SYSTEM users. After completing that task. During database creation. 17. If you approve. Oracle displays a progress screen. press Exit. 18. press Finish as at right.Oracle 9i (9. as at right. Creation Options: If you have finished setting up database parameters.2) Installation for Server and Client 16. press OK or press Cancel to return back to parameter modification screens as at right. 3-18 . it displays the actions it is going to perform.
Also. you can continue using it in Multi-site environment. standard SmDemo database (tables and indexes) may take about 200 MB.2) Installation for Server and Client Oracle Server Setup This section explains how to create. Note: In any case. In general. to be the SMARTEAM Database schema. They should grant quota on the SYSTEM table space in a SMARTEAM – Multi-site environment in any circumstances. SMARTEAM users connected to one schema may affect the performance of another SMARTEAM schema. Note: It is highly recommended not to grant DBA privileges to a SMARTEAM Database schema or to choose a built-in Oracle DBA user. RESOURCE Note. Database Privileges for SMARTEAM Database Schema A SMARTEAM Database schema can be created either by the Enterprise Manager application or manually in SQL*Plus.0. Single SMARTEAM Database Schema in Oracle Instance To avoid performance problems. Creating a SMARTEAM Database A SMARTEAM database is usually created by either copying it from another source database by the SmartDBExplorer utility or by the Create/Modify Database functionality of the SMARTEAM Data Model Designer and its family applications. packages and triggers. indexes. SMARTEAM requires the following minimal system privileges to be granted to a SMARTEAM Database schema: a. objects such as tables. For this purpose. In that case. it should be the only one in an Oracle instance. you should enlarge the SMARTEAM default tablespace so that it can contain all data and leave 50% free space. While data is copied to Oracle schema you may encounter error messages related to lack of space in the SMARTEAM user default table space. for example. they can grant quotas on certain tablespaces according to their security rules. who are connected to several SMARTEAM schemas. If this occurs. in a test or development environment. Oracle Database Schema A SMARTEAM database on Oracle is an Oracle database schema. or select an existing Oracle SmarTeam Database schema for the Oracle Instance you have created. Some DBAs may consider granting RESOURCE privilege to a regular database user too risky.Oracle 9i (9. obstruct each other’s picture. If a SMARTEAM database user has been created in advance and contains SMARTEAM data. In any case. SYS or SYSTEM. which contains basic SMARTEAM. an Oracle database can contain several SMARTEAM databases. if the SMARTEAM Database schema participates in a SMARTEAM – Multi-site environment.%s by %s in tablespace %s”. it may be difficult to determine the origin of the performance problem when users. performance problems can occur in such a configuration. 3-19 . CONNECT b. As an example. SmarTeam recommends using only one SMARTEAM schema in an Oracle database production environment. use Enterprise Manager Console functionality or the regular SQL*PLUS syntax. for example: ”Unable to extend table %s. Use multiple SMARTEAM schemas where performance is not relevant. However.
Shutdown non-database services like Listener services.2) Installation for Server and Client Uninstalling Important Note.html for the latest information on troubleshooting. After deinstallation it is recommended to cleanup the registry. Restart the computer.smarteam. 3. 4. Shutdown the databases.0. I n s ta l l a t i o n Tr o u b l e s h o o t i n g Please see the Web site https://support. In order to deinstall Oracle Server. which removes the Oracle software from your computer. 6. It is highly recommended to perform a backup of your databases and network configuration files prior to uninstalling Oracle Server.Oracle 9i (9. 5. perform the following actions: 1. 2. 3-20 .com/index0. Delete Oracle folders. Oracle Intelligent Agent services. Launch Oracle Universal Installer and use the Deinstall option.
See the section For XP Users: Checking for OLEDB Provider Registration in PostInstallation Activities. Arabic) change default locale to English (e. 4-1 .2) Installation for Server and Client 4 O r a c l e C l i e n t I n s ta l l a t i o n This section describes the installation of Oracle clients.g. after the installation you will need to verify that OLEDB Provider was successfully registered. if you are installing the Oracle 9i client on a Windows XP machine. US).0. Before-Installation Activities Privileges required for installer user The Installer must be a member of the local Administrators group.Oracle 9i (9. including: Oracle Runtime client Oracle Administrator client Note: Because of a known Oracle issue. Non left-to-right languages Prior to installing Oracle on non left-to-right languages OS (Hebrew.
0. as at right. 1.0) – Oracle 9i Client CD and launch the Oracle Universal Installer application by pressing Install/Deinstall Products. In the Welcome window. click Next to start the Oracle client installation 3.Oracle 9i (9. 2. as illustrated. you need to define a different path and name than defined in that version.1. Insert the Oracle 9i Release 2 (9. you can change the Oracle Home name Note: If a previous Oracle version is installed.0. if necessary.2) Installation for Server and Client Installation This section describes the Oracle Client installation procedure. In the File Locations window.2. Click Next to continue 4-2 .
2) Installation for Server and Client C l i e n t I n s t a l l a t i o n Ty p e s You are now prompted to select the type of client you want to install. which is a necessary component for SMARTEAM. you need to include the following items: Enterprise Manager Login (former DBA Studio of Oracle 8. you need to include the following items: Network Utilities (Net8 supporting Utilities) Database Utilities (Export & Import Utilities) – (optional) SQL+ Oracle OLE DB Provider (Part of Oracle Window Interfaces branch) Administration Tasks Client If you intend using the Custom Installation for SMARTEAM – Multi-site environment administration tasks. 4-3 .Oracle 9i (9. Note: The Custom Client installation procedure is used to install a Runtime Client instead of the Runtime Client installation procedure because the Runtime Client procedure does not install Oracle OLE DB Provider. The installation types are: Custom – Use this option when you want to install a Runtime Client to support basic SMARTEAM functionality.1.0.x) Network Utilities (Net8 supporting Utilities) Database Utilities (Export & Import Utilities) SQL+ Oracle OLE DB Provider (Part of Oracle Window Interfaces branch) Note: If you choose Custom Installation. Installing a Custom Client Use the Custom Client installation for two types of clients: Runtime Client Administration Tasks Client Runtime Client If you want to install a Runtime Client to support basic SMARTEAM functionality. Administrator Client – Choose this client type if you are going to use the machine for Oracle management and/or SMARTEAM Multi-site management.7. The choice of client depends on the purpose of the installation. it is recommended to remove Microsoft Transaction Services Component (Part of Oracle Window Interfaces branch) unless it is explicitly required for a SMARTEAM application. Also choose this client type if you need to install Oracle client in a configuration different from the standard Administrator Client type of installation. Runtime Client –Do not use this option.
2) Installation for Server and Client The Summary window lists all components that you have selected to install.0. Use the default value as at right and press Next. see Installing a Custom Client section above. use the Custom Client installation to reduce the number of components installed. If space is a problem. Choose an Administrator option as at right. 1.Oracle 9i (9. You are prompted to provide a Port Number for Oracle Service for the Microsoft Transaction Server. Installing an Administrator Client The Administrator Client Installation installs many components not related to SMARTEAM applications and requires a lot of space. 2. click Install to commence the Oracle installation. Exit the Oracle Installer as described in the section Exiting Oracle Installer below. After checking the list and making any applicable changes. 4-4 .
Oracle 9i Runtime Client Installation has been successfully completed.Oracle 9i (9.2) Installation for Server and Client Exiting Oracle Installer We recommend not using Net8 Configuration Assistant at this stage to configure Oracle Net8 services but rather to exit the Oracle Installer directly. Click yes at the prompt as at right 5. 4-5 . 4. Press OK on the Oracle information message as at right. Click Cancel as at right.0. Press Exit Oracle Universal Installer and proceed to section “Post-Installation Activities”. 6.
This is necessary due to the known Oracle issue (Bug: 2498880): users that are not local Administrators get error messages while trying to connect SMARTEAM to the Oracle database.oracle. Double-click on Administrative tools 3.ORA. you need to perform the following steps to verify that OLEDB Provider was successfully registered during the installation procedure described above and to register it. Open the Control Panel 2.Article-ID: 215255. For more information refer to http://metalink. Failing to perform post-installation activities may cause future problems in functioning of SMARTEAM applications.com/ site for FAQ . 4-6 . O R A Please refer to section Adjusting SQLNET.0. if needed. Check if OLEDB Provider is registered: 1.2) Installation for Server and Client Post-Installation Activities Granting Permission for Oracle Home Directory Grant read permission for the Oracle Home directory to Authenticated users. You must grant the permission while logged in as Administrator user. Select the Drivers tab You should see the entry Oracle in OraHome92 as shown below. Double-click on Data Source (ODBC) 4.Oracle 9i (9. if you are installing the Oracle 9i client on a Window XP machine.1 A d j u s t i n g S Q L N E T. For XP Users: Checking for OLEDB Provider Registration Because of a known Oracle issue.
Oracle 9i (9. Accordingly. Open Windows command prompt (Start/Run/cmd) and enter: smregsvr <Oracle home>\bin\OraOLEDB. you need to use the SMARTEAM Database Connection Manager to create an Alias for your SMARTEAM schema in Oracle database. which no longer supports BDE.dll as illustrated in the following screen shot: Connecting by SMARTEAM to the Oracle Server SMARTEAM.0.2) Installation for Server and Client To register the OLEDB Provider: If the entry Oracle in OraHome92 is not present. 4-7 . uses the ADO (OLE DB) Provider to connect to databases. proceed as follows: 1.tlb smregsvr <Oracle home>\bin\OraOLEDB.
Delete remaining Oracle folders.Oracle 9i (9. 4. Uninstalling In order to deinstall Oracle Client you should perform following actions: 1.2) Installation for Server and Client Setup Setting up Oracle client does not require any special activity and it consists of the following operations: 1. This will remove Oracle software from your computer. Use SMARTEAM Database Connection Manager to set up connection to your SMARTEAM database. Create Net8 Service to the database you are going to use in your SMARTEAM application 2.0. 3. 4-8 . Restart the computer. Launch Oracle Universal Installer and use Deinstall option. After deinstallation it is recommended to cleanup registry. 2.