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Missing Oracle after Oracle installation ......

We are installing NWT0s with Oracle 102 on Win 2003 64bit (I386 platform).

First time it happen to us:

the RDBMS installation ended successfully and the latest Patchset also ended successfully, but the services are missing and the registry is not updated:

the Oracle key is mising into the HKEY LOCAL MACHINE item.

In this situation, the sapinst continue to says 'Oracle sw missing: install Oracle first'.

The Oracle sw is on the disks but as the oracle key is missing into the registry the Sapinst does not use it.

The "Oracle" package itself it's missing into the 'installing application' feature of Windows Control Panel.

Any advise ?

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  • Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 11:16 PM

    Hi,

    This usually happends to wrong hardware & architecture of installation, 2 possibilities:

    1. Oracle installed, but not installed correctly > check oracle

    installation logs , uninstall and reinstall.

    2. Wrong bit version of oracle installed > check RDBMS-CD

    (LABEL.ASC) used for the installation.

    Hope this helps,

    George

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 08:24 AM

    Hi,

    Roberto

    are u doing it on the Physical Host Machine or

    you r doing on the Virtual Machine Host and what u said

    has happened for me also just Re-Start the Machine

    SAP itself is having some Errors in the S/W itself

    bye

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      Hi,

      Roberto

      I think the problem is with the Oracle S/W

      I don't know which SAP S/W you are installing

      but we have to Install the Compatablity Oracle S/W to SAP S/W Version

      and also the Patch

      bye

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