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Installing ABAP 6.40 SR 1 on Oracle 10g

Good Day,

I will like to install SAP 4.7 Enterprise using kernel 6.40 on Oracle 10g. I have successfuly gone to Oracle 10g via the upgrade process by

a) Installing Oracle 9.2.x upto patchset 9.2.0.7

b) Then upgrade to Oracle 10g patchset 10.2.0.2

I have already downloaded Oracle 10g DVD's (five of them)

Our production system is Oracle 10g, I will like to refresh QAS to Oracle 10g, so I am just enquring whether a direct install to Oracle 10g is possible, and then perfrom a restore.

If it is possible, please direct me to the CORRECT installing guide and DVD's.

Thanks,

Regards,

VKM...

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  • Posted on Apr 17, 2008 at 04:14 PM

    Check note 932722 - Upgrade to Oracle 10.2 during a database copy

    This note is for windows but it can be adapted to be used on *NIX.

    Markus

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    Posted on Apr 18, 2008 at 01:47 PM

    Hi Markus,

    Thanks for the response.

    Probably I wasn't clear...

    Let me clarify...

    a) I want to build my QAS server from scratch with Oracle 10g installation. The version of SAP is 4.7 Enterprise Ext 110, with 6.40 kernel.

    After this then I want to restore from production which is already Oracle 10g.

    b) The DVD I am using is Master "Installation_Master_6.20_6.40_07_07"

    c) During the installation under section "Database Server and Client"

    The option to choose is available for Server "102 or 920", but only "920" appears for Client.

    When I reach the screen that asks for

    "RDBMS Client Oracle 920" it is looking for a label

    ORACLE:9.2.0.7:CLRDBMS:. which I don't have and can't seem to find on "SAP Service Market place".

    N.B All the software (SAP & Oracle) for the installation was downloaded from ServiceMarketPlace

    This prompt me to ask the question whether I am using the correct "DVD Master" or is it easier to find the ORACLE:9.2.0.7:CLRDBMS:. label that the installation is requesting through a different route.

    Hope I am much clearer...

    Thanks.

    VKM..

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    • > a) I want to build my QAS server from scratch with Oracle 10g installation. The version of SAP is 4.7 Enterprise Ext 110, with 6.40 kernel.

      For this you either need

      - an Oracle 9.2.0 client (949116 - Oracle 10g Support on Windows: 6.40-Based SAP Systems)

      - or exchange during the database creation the kernel 6.40 with 6.40_EX2 so you don't need the 9.2 client but you use the 10.2 client.

      > After this then I want to restore from production which is already Oracle 10g.

      Why first installing the system and then restoring? This can be done in one step with the system copy procedure.

      > b) The DVD I am using is Master "Installation_Master_6.20_6.40_07_07"

      I would recommend downloading the newest installation Master CD.

      > c) During the installation under section "Database Server and Client"

      >

      > The option to choose is available for Server "102 or 920", but only "920" appears for Client.

      Yes - because at that time there was no kernel which uses the Oracle 10.2 client. That is desribed in above note.

      > When I reach the screen that asks for

      >

      > "RDBMS Client Oracle 920" it is looking for a label

      > ORACLE:9.2.0.7:CLRDBMS:. which I don't have and can't seem to find on "SAP Service Market place".

      >

      > N.B All the software (SAP & Oracle) for the installation was downloaded from ServiceMarketPlace

      See above

      Markus

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    Posted on May 01, 2008 at 06:53 PM

    Hi All,

    I am still having this problem, with older SAP installation

    Enterprise 4.7 Ext 1 with kernel 6.40 for Oracle 10g.

    Note 896475 says it is possible.

    However I am still encountering this issue

    "RDBMS Client Oracle 920" it is looking for a label

    ORACLE:9.2.0.7:CLRDBMS:. which I don't have and can't find on "SAP Service Market place".

    I downloaded OCL92064.SAR for Oracle 9.2.0.7 64-bit Client from this site

    https://websmp205.sap-ag.de/swdc

    but it still does not help...

    As a result I can't move further with the installation, as ORACLE:9.2.0.7:CLRDBMS appears to be mandatory...

    Will appreciate answers from anyone..

    Regards,

    VKM.

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    Posted on May 06, 2008 at 03:02 PM

    Hi All,

    Found the solution...

    It was DVD # 51031764 that had the correct LADEL.ASC.

    Regards,

    VKM.

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