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Oracle net configuration

Henry Llerena
Occasional Contributor

Oracle net configuration

Oracle could not finish the configuration.

Once finished the copy of files, [oracle] passes the part of [net configuration], in this arrive until the 99% and of this don't pass, neither present errors.

Who is the problem?
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Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: Oracle net configuration

There is a file in the filesystem you installed oracle into. Its called the install.log.


You need to look at the file. There will be an error in there which will explain what went wrong.

If you are still confused post the error message.

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T G Manikandan
Honored Contributor

Re: Oracle net configuration

This is not a problem.Probably the window of the net configuration is behind installation screen or the jvm does not launch the window properly.

Exit out of install.Then use

$ORACLE_HOME/bin/netasst


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Yogeeraj_1
Honored Contributor

Re: Oracle net configuration

hi,
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I did encounter a similar problem during my installation. Please check if there are not other windows, waiting for your input, in the background.
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You can launch the netasst later if you wish.
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You way also wish to modify some of the configuration files manually.
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regards
Yogeeraj
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