I wanna run LBYPROC utility from the Windows command line, but I get the message that it's not a recognized command. I checked my DLL folder, and sure enough, cannot find the LBYPROC executable (verssion 11.5 p4 installed). I found it in an older DLL from 11.3, but it didn't work to simply copy/paste & use that version, because it then complained about the W32FIX.dll, and not being in sync with the "core library", etc.
The Documentation for 11.5 (in the DocuToolBox pdf) still includes the Lbyproc utility, and still says it's called used by executing "Lbyproc", so what gives? Did Oracle forget to include it with the 11.5 (p4) release? Is it now called something else, and the documentation is outdated? Did I somehow delete it from my own DLL folder without realizing it? :)
I think it is NOT called something else, because even in version 12.x, it is still with the same name LBYPROC. I believe that 11.5 p4 was released in Mar 2012. I have used till the version 11.5 Dec 2011 and I was using LBYPROC without any problems. I don't have 11.5 p4 (Mar 2012) installation file with me to try out your problem.
Thanks, guys. Now that everybody is back in the office this week, I was able to check with a coworker and indeed, they had a Lbyproc.exe in their DLL folder. I copied it to my DLL and it works just fine. Not sure where mine went...