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BI accelerator & oracle version

Hello

I notice the following words in NW04s master installation guide:

The BI accelerator is based on TREX technology. You need an installation based on 64-bit architecture for

the BI accelerator. The hardware partners provide this variant already preconfigured as the BI accelerator

box. Note that a TREX installation configured for searching in metadata and documents based on 32-bit

architecture cannot be used for the BI accelerator.

I need double check with you guys, is it possible to install and use BI accelerator on Windows 2003 server 32-bit?

also due to some reasons, can we use oracle 9.2 as database for NW04s?

Thanks and best regards,

Patrick

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2006 at 09:40 AM

    BIA is a separate hardware based solution. You connect this hardware appliance to your current DB and operating system, so you can use BIA on your current database and OS (including Windows Server 2004 32-bit). The BIA appliance is based on 64-bit blade server technology and uses Filesystem and Main Memory (no db). The OS is linux based...

    Oracle 9.2 isn't supported as your database for SAP NetWeaver 2004s and you will need to upgrade your Oracle to 10.2.

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2007 at 11:12 AM

    Patrick,

    Now the question is answered. Please close the question.

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