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Installing Oracle- where is the execution script to create db in gui?

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SM_3
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Installing Oracle- where is the execution script to create db in gui?

Had to reboot the system and need to get back to creating the db via GUI.
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I was doing this in the GUI but as mentioned needed to reboot (change kernel parms)
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Thanks
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T G Manikandan
Honored Contributor
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Re: Installing Oracle- where is the execution script to create db in gui?

#xhost +
#su - oracle
$DISPLAY=:0.0
$export DISPLAY
$ $ORACLE_HOME/bin/dbassist
Massimo Bianchi
Honored Contributor

Re: Installing Oracle- where is the execution script to create db in gui?

Hi,

HPUX or WINDOWS ?

Either case: when you are in the gui you can specify where to save the files.

If you do not know which is the name of the tool, it is
$ORACLE_HOME/bin/dbassist


If not, please explain a little more your question...

Massimo

SM_3
Super Advisor

Re: Installing Oracle- where is the execution script to create db in gui?

thanks
Yogeeraj_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Installing Oracle- where is the execution script to create db in gui?

hi,
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$ORACLE_HOME/bin/dbassist
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But you could have also saved the scripts for database creation and run it manually after the reboot!
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regards
Yogeeraj
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