2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 14, 2013 5:02 PM by Krishna-Oracle

    Can't Recorde Response file for Oracle client windows 32bit


      We are going to upgrade our Oracle client on our clients to But I can not record a resopnsfile with setup.exe.

      Have Oracle removed this feature?

      Here's a dump from setup.exe -help

      There is no possibility to run setup.exe witch -record -destinationfile option

      Preparing to launch Oracle Universal Installer from C:\Users\Test\AppData\Local\
      Temp\OraInstall2013-01-14_02-12-48PM. Please wait ... Usage:
      setup [-options] [(<CommandLineVariable=Value>)*]

      Where options include:
      -clusterware oracle.crs,<crs version>
      Version of Cluster ready services installed.

      -crsLocation <Path>
      Used only for cluster installs, specifies the path to the crs home locat
      ion. Specifying this overrides CRS information obtained from central inventory.

      -invPtrLoc <full path of oraInst.loc>
      Unix only. To point to a different inventory location. The orainst.loc f
      ile contains:
      inventory_loc=<location of central inventory>

      -jreLoc <location>
      Path where Java Runtime Environment is installed. OUI cannot be run with
      out it.

      -logLevel <level>
      To filter log messages that have a lesser priority level than <level>. V
      alid options are: severe, warning, info, config, fine, finer, finest, basic, gen
      eral, detailed, trace. The use of basic, general, detailed, trace is deprecated.

      -paramFile <location of file>
      Specify location of oraparam.ini file to be used by OUI.

      -responseFile <Path>
      Specifies the response file and path to use.

      For attaching homes to the OUI inventory.

      Indicates that the Oracle home specified is on cluster file system (shar
      ed). This is mandatory when '-local' is specified so that Oracle Universal Insta
      ller can register the home appropriately into the inventory.

      For making an Oracle Home copy match its current environment.

      For getting the debug information from OUI.

      For detaching homes from the OUI inventory without deleting inventory di
      rectory inside Oracle home.

      Used in cluster environment, to enable upgrade of a product on a subset
      of nodes (on which the product was installed).

      Execute system pre-requisite checks and exit.

      Allowing silent mode installation into a non-empty directory.

      Displays above usage.

      For ignoring the results of the system pre-requisite checks.

      Performs the operation on the local node irrespective of the cluster nod
      es specified.

      Log debug information for disk usage.

      Log debug information for memory usage.

      Log debug information for time usage.

      For performing relink actions on the oracle home
      Usage: -relink -maketargetsxml <location of maketargetsxml> [-makedepsx
      ml <location of makedepsxml>] [name=value]

      For silent mode operations, the inputs can be a response file or a list
      of command line variable value pairs.

      Installer will wait for completion instead of spawning the java engine a
      nd exiting.

      Suppress the execution of precopy script.

      Accept untrusted certificates from a secure site.

      Suppress the execution of postcopy script.

      Do not execute config tools.

      For suppressing display of messages to console. Console is not allocated

      To install the Oracle clusterware in order to form the cluster.

      -remotecp <Path>
      Unix specific option. Used only for cluster installs, specifies the path
      to the remote copy program on the local cluster node.

      -remoteshell <Path>
      Unix specific option. Used only for cluster installs, specifies the path
      to the remote shell program on the local cluster node.

      To execute only the prerequisite checks.

      To ignore running the prerequisite checks.

      To ignore any internal driver errors.

      To download updates only.

      To show the installation progress on the console. This option is support
      ed only in case of silent installation.

      Command Line Variables Usage
      Command line variables are specified using <name=value>; for example:
      [ session: | compName: | compName:version: ]variableName=" valueOfVariable"]

      Session/Installer variables are specified using:
      Ex 1: session:ORACLE_HOME_NAME="OraHome"
      Ex 2: ORACLE_HOME_NAME="OraHome"
      The lookup order is session:varName then just varName. The session prefix is
      used to avoid ambiguity.

      Component variables are specified using:
      Ex 1: oracle.comp1:1.0.1:varName="VarValue"
      Ex 2: oracle.comp1:varName="VarValue"
      The lookup order is compInternalName:Version:varName, then compInternalName:
      varName, then just varName.

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