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products.jar corrupted ?!

Hello Collegues,

i am trying to re-install oracle database but getting error "products.jar corrupted".

This file actually is not corrupted, probably something is left after remove by runInstaller...

Have no idea what i have to delete/change after database uninstall by runInstaller?

Should i uninstall SAP too (CI and half od DB instance)?

Thank you in advises.

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  • Posted on Sep 07, 2007 at 01:44 PM

    The process is as follows:

    - start sapinst

    - sapinst prompts for Oracle installation (use the RUNINSTALLER script in the SAP subdirectory under Disk1, not the standard runInstaller from Oracle

    - install latest patchset

    - install latest patches

    - continue with sapinst

    You didn't tell, when you get this error about a corrupt products.jar.

    Check the installation guide what you need to delete if you want to reinstall.

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    Markus

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    • Former Member Markus Doehr

      Not sure if it is really corrupted, i have downloded oracle DVDs once and sapinst did not gave any eror message that something is wrong (sapinst have unpacked all offered DVDs and found all neccessary labels.). I will try to copy oracle dvds from oss once more.

      Thank you.

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