I've red a lot around Response Files, but nowhere on the basic question : Where and how the heck do I execute a response file. ( lol )
Lets say I want to execute a dbca response file
1. Ok I set all parameters on HOME/inventory/response/dbca.rsp
2. What command I need to execute it an where? Is it on SQL plus?
Apparently you read the wrong documents and refuse to use Google.
I Googled on your behalf for 'oracle responsefiles' and the first hit was Installing and Configuring Oracle Database Using Response Files
It is a pity so may people here think this forum is there to do their Google searches, and they can sit back and wait -probably with their feet on their desk in the direction of their monitor- until the results come in.
Senior Oracle DBA
And command pompt is going to understand that this is an oracle file and call any Oracle APIs for execution?
So .rsp extension is stored in the registry with installation
PERFECT. They could reffer it somewhere! Anyone could be confused with SQL Plus.
It is a pity so may people here think this forum is there to do their searches and mark anyone as lazy without even knowing his record nor searching it, and they can sit back and wait -probably with their feet on their desk in the direction of their monitor- just trolling any suspicious person.
I have no record of what I was appointed for because I have always my mind on this.
edit: I wont add useless to the thread posts for a dispute race out of no reason. The point is its I cant get the over reactions when some newbie doesnt post the perfect expected post every here and there. Anyway, its the end of it. Everyone can think as pleased.
Your response indicates you not only can not search, but also can not READ.
You need to specify the responsefile as a *PARAMETER* on the runInstaller command line and there's NOTHING in the registry.
So far your main contribution has to be UNNECESSARY doc questions.
By doing so, it appears you are wasting everyone's time, so apparently I must conclude YOU are the troll!!!!
Senior Oracle DBA
Seems that has to be executed from a cmd / shell. But there you have to define it as Parameter also to work.
The thread main question has been solved the rest are manual issues. I will try it and see. Thank you DK2010 and Sybrand Bakker.
I also want to excuse myself to the forum and to Sybrand Bakker for the inconvinience.
He is a special case on the forum for years - I was suspicioused when a DBA bothered that personal with a newbie plus added the label to support his position.
He has been socially "expelled" many times for its temper but I'm not the kind of person to share such extremes no matter his extremes.
The world is concurently too simple in abstract but too complicated in personal. All troubled spirits give their lifetime fights to conquer and secure their place in their world.
Under such conditions, thousands of different attitudes can be developed - simplified as "egoistical complexes" from people ready to judge lightly - and shall be all respected.
On this spirit I never judge persons having 3 times my age - no matter waht they may or may not be-, how could I
One of my main principles is respecting The Age, The hierarchy, and The Expeirence/Knowledge
I again express my apologies to both the forum and Mr. Sybrand Bakker
Question was clarified from another thread.
EdStevens Wrote at https://forums.oracle.com/message/11100759#11100759
You keep asking about "executing a response file."
"response files" are, by definition, not "executed". You execute some utility (in this case, the utility is dbca) and pass that utility the name of a response file, which supplies the utility with run-time values.