How to export from a higher Oracle version and import into a lower Oracle version
How to export from a higher Oracle version (10) and import into a lower
Oracle version (9)
"dead" <OVOIZBACIfirstname.lastname@example.org> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> How to export from a higher Oracle version (10) and import into a lower
> Oracle version (9)
how about trying to use the exp/imp tools that ship with oracle ?
On Tue, 27 Jul 2004 16:16:33 +0200, "dead"
>How to export from a higher Oracle version (10) and import into a lower
>Oracle version (9)
Use the...Versions and Patch info for Oracle and Oracle Forms...
I need to add Oracle to our unit testing scripts. Does anyone know
how to get the version numbers of Oracle Server and Oracle Forms (and
patches) from the command line (as in, scriptable)? Specifically, I
need to know the exact version of Oracle Server, the exact version of
Oracle Forms, and whether patch 13 for Oracle Forms has been
Is there a file with this information buried in it?
...oracle jdbc driver version vs database version
I always thought that, for avoiding communication problems, the Oracle
JDBC Driver version should match the Oracle Database version (at least
the first 2 digits).
Then I encountered this assertion:
Another very important conclusion: the versions of the Oracle JDBC
driver and the Oracle database are not tied together. Oracle JDBC Driver
10gR2 can be used with any supported database version so there is no
good reason for not using the latest version of the JDBC drivers, even
for organisations working with 8i or 9i databases .
(source: http://technology.amis.nl/blog/?...Oracle client version and oracle developer 6.0
If you have 2 oracle products installed in the same folder, say you have oracle
733 client and oracle client 8.0.5 on the same machine, installed into the same
folder and at the same time you have Forms6.0 installed.
How can you tell what client the Forms 6 is using to connect to the db if your
db is 9i?
Also how can you change forms to use a particular client to connect to the db?
On 13 Feb 2004 21:53:11 GMT, email@example.com (MAlomo0220) wrote:
>If you have 2 oracle products installed in the same folder, say you have oracle
is older oracle version 8i similar to 9i
i think it seems pretty similar
could u prompt on the new features?
also the ora navigator seems to do things
pretty simple way so what's the need for
the sql+ for inserting the table values
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> is older oracle version 8i similar to 9i
> i think it seems pretty similar
> could u prompt on the new features?
> also the ora navigator seems to do things
> pretty simple way so what's the need for
> the sql+ for inserting the tabl...Oracle version
Is there an SQL command telling me if there is installed Standard or
Enterprise version of Oracle 9.2 installed on a windows 2000 server?
If there isn't, how can I know it? Where must I look for?
I found the key ORACLE_BUNDLE_NAME in the registry, but I don't know if
this is correct.
thank's a lot.
> Hello everybody.
> Is there an SQL command telling me if there is installed Standard or
> Enterprise version of Oracle 9.2 installed on a windows 2000 server?
> If there isn't, how can I know it? Where must I look for?
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does anyone know SAP R/3 suppors the latest oracle release?
...Can Oracle client dynamically link to Oracle shared libraries if the versions are different ?
We are writing an Oracle client application in C.
We are using PRO C to generate the C code.
We can compile both dynamic and static versions of our Oracle client.
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is it possible to compile a dynamically linked Oracle client
in say version 18.104.22.168 and actually run the application
against say version 10.1.0.2 environment ?
That is, can an Oracle client dynamically link to the Oracle shared libraries
if the versions are different ?