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?
does anyone know SAP R/3 suppors the latest oracle release?
...New Major version for Oracle JDeveloper and the Oracle Application Server
Oracle released today a major upgrade to its Java stack including new
versions of the Oracle Application Server, Oracle JDeveloper, and
Oracle TopLink. Some of the new features include:
Oracle JDeveloper - The Free IDE
* JSF Development - Visual layout editor, page flow diagram, ADF Faces
- over 100 JSF components with AJAX capabilities.
* EJB 3.0 support - DB to Entity Beans and Session Fa=E7ade
* Revamped IDE and coding environment -new L&F, over 35 refactoring,
code assist, easy code navigation and much more.
* More than just Java - XML, UML, Tuning, Database...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.
Our question is:
is it possible to compile a dynamically linked Oracle client
in say version 126.96.36.199 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 ?
...help searching for oracles and Oracles and ORACLES
Hello Mark D Powell, Robert Klemme, Michael O'Shea, David FitzJarrell
and thank you for your help before.
I have a table called "table2" that has the following in it
1 oracle oracle oracle oracle
2 oracle school oracle school school school
6 the school the party the oracle
How can I get SQL to get rows with Oracle or oracle (first letter is
upcase) or ORACLE
My SQL is
select * from table2 where description like '%oracle%' or description
like '%Oracle' or description like '%ORACLE%'
I...Problem selecting Data with Object-Studio from Oracle-Database with Oracle-Client-Version 9.0.1 installed
Here are my Details:
While trying to Select Data from a Table in an Oracle-Database we
encountered problems. We have to (!) use an Oracle 9.0.1 Client on Windows
We start an unchanged Object-Studio 6.8. From the "Load Application"-Dialog
we choose "Oracle 9.2". In an Object-Studio-Workspace we execute the
| mydb result |
mydb := OracleDatabase logOnServer: #MYORACLE
"(OracleDatabase accessName: #MYORACLE) inspect."
"(mydb active) inspec...ORA-01571: redo version 188.8.131.52.0 incompatible with ORACLE version 8.1.7
While running an upgrade from 8.1.7 to 184.108.40.206
I finished the upgrade successfully
I started the database and wanted to change undo tablespace management
to be automatic
So I offline the rollback segs, offline the tablespace that holds then
and drop it.
I want to create a new tablespace UNDO but I got the error the the
parameter compatible is set to a lower value which is true because I
I disconnect, delete the compatible entry from the file and want to
And here's the surprise
ORA-01571: redo version 220.127.116.11.0 incompatible with ORACLE version
I have the...Oracle development versions
Anybody knows if there is something like the MSDE for the Oracle
I want to learn Oracle, but it seems there are at least three CDs to
install and my PC is a bit old.
Thanks in advance.
Guillermo Uriarte wrote:
> Anybody knows if there is something like the MSDE for the Oracle
> database server?
> I want to learn Oracle, but it seems there are at least three CDs to
> install and my PC is a bit old.
> Thanks in advance.
10g is the latest version, and comes on just one CD.
There is a companion CD which contains some things you might find of use,
...Oracle versioning discovery
Does anyone know a reliable way to find out 1) whether a Oracle
version is installed and 2) if so, what version (x.x.x at least,
ideally x.x.x.x.x) of Oracle is installed? This is on the Windows
platform. If there are multiple Oracle Homes, I want to find out all
the versions of each home.
Is there a Windows tool/utility to check this? Just right click on the
oracle.exe and look at the version tab, it doesn't tell you that. The
only exception is v9204. Maybe Oracle is moving to that direction. But
I need to discover all the v7.x.x and v8.0.x and v8.1.x etc. The
registry doesn't tell yo...Retrieve Oracle Version
I am a Unix administrator, learning Oracle. I'd like to have a Perl
script run and collect the Oracle version from numerous servers, all
I know that I can log in via sqlplus as the system user and run "SELECT
* FROM V$VERSION" however, I was wondering if there was a way to get
the Oracle version without accessing the system views. Ideally, I'd
like to do this without connecting to the DB at all.
I appreciate any help.
use /etc/oratab. You'll have the SID and the home directory in that
Won't capture databases not listed in the ora...Oracle version detail
NOT CONNECTIING to the database,
How to find out ON THE OS side Oracle version detail ?
On Nov 17, 2:38 pm, "klabu" <noone_at_gmail_dot_com> wrote:
> NOT CONNECTIING to the database,
> How to find out ON THE OS side Oracle version detail ?
> NOT CONNECTIING to the database,
> How to find out ON THE OS side Oracle version detail ?
Parse a file in the bdump or udump directory.
PC Support Specialist
K&M Machine-Fabricating, Inc.
"klabu" <noone_at_gmail_dot_c...Oracle Version from SAS
Is there a command or function to find the Version
of Oracle DB from SAS, we connect to Oracle through
SQL pass through.
We running SAS 9.1.3 on Windows 2000.\
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Query the Oracle table that contains that info, see http://www.lazydba.com/oracle/0__34642.html, don't know how correct it is, but certainly looks like the data is available.
[mailto:owner-sas-l@listser...Oracle versions #2
hi. can somebody point me out to any reasource that I can see Oracle
compare Standard vs Enterprise vs Standard One? I search over
Oracle.com and some search engine could not find anything good enough.
On 16 Dec 2006 15:30:29 -0800, email@example.com wrote:
>hi. can somebody point me out to any reasource that I can see Oracle
>compare Standard vs Enterprise vs Standard One? I search over
>Oracle.com and some search engine could not find anything good enough.
"Oracle Database 10g Product Family (PDF)" on
http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/database/oracle10g/index.ht...Oracle form version
How can I tell the Oracle forms version of an .fmb file?
4.5, 5.0, 6.0, 6i or 9i ?
firstname.lastname@example.org (JR) wrote in message news:<email@example.com>...
> How can I tell the Oracle forms version of an .fmb file?
> 4.5, 5.0, 6.0, 6i or 9i ?
Can't think of any way of telling from the .fmb file, other than to
try opening it in various versions of the Forms Builder tool. If you
try to open it in a version of Forms Builder that's earlier than the
one the form was built in you will get an error message. The error
message will vary with d...checking Oracle version
How can I check Oracle version?
If I execute procedure with 'select version from v$instance' I get error
that 'table or view not exists' because I'm not SYS user. Is any way to
> How can I check Oracle version?
> If I execute procedure with 'select version from v$instance' I get
> that 'table or view not exists' because I'm not SYS user. Is any way
> check it?
You can use,
dbms_utility.db_version(version => :version,
...How could I find oracle version?
OK, oracle instance version is in v$instance. What about the database? I
have dbf files which I don't have idea what version they are. I would
recreate control files but what upgrade script am I supposed to run?
Speaking of manageability wouldn't it be wonderful to have a unified script
so that it would be oracle who would have to figure out from what version to
upgrade, not poor me?
"Mikito Harakiri" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> OK, oracle instance version is in v$instance. What about the database?...Free Oracle version
I've heard about a free Oracle database version (that could be a "lite"
version or something else).
Is that true ?
Does anyone know more about it ?
Thanks in advance :)
- AureL -
"AureL" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I've heard about a free Oracle database version (that could be a "lite"
> version or something else).
> Is that true ?
> Does anyone know more about it ?
> Thanks in advance :)
> - AureL -
...Oracle and Version Control
Say I have a worst case scenario in my development environment where
server and our version control are out of sync. We know that the
production server code
is complete and accurate, and what needs to be in version control.
have any suggestions for automating the export of the source code,
triggers, tables, functions, and packages
that consist of the applicaiton I'm trying to sync up into version
--Thanks in advance,
> Hello all,
> Say I have a worst case scenario in my development enviro...Trial version of Oracle?
I'm starting a job in a few weeks. Part of the duties is to write PL/SQL in
addition to the Java coding. I'm experienced with Java and JDBC. I don't
know PL/SQL but have a book. I know SQL and have worked in an Oracle
environment. Just not with packages and such...
Is there such a thing as a "trial-trimmed" down version of Oracle that I
might be able to load on my PC at home? Just enough for me to learn how to
write some basic PL/SQL procedures?
I would like to create a simple test database with 1 or 2 test tables and
then play around wi...