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How to get 10g SDK

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It is not at all clear how to get the 10g SDK.

In a previous thread it was suggested by Jean-Marc Robillard:

"The Calendar SDK in part of the Oracle Universal Installer package with 10g, so when you select "calendar" as part of the installation, you have an option for the SDK pacakage, including the client-side libraries."

This doesn't really explain what is required to download or what cd/s are required.
Can you get the SDK without the Calendar Server ie. We want to use the 10g SDK with the 9.0.4 Calendar Server.

Also if you are installing 10g Calendar Server on say HP/UX but want the SDK for Windows how does this work?

Regards
George Richardson
  • 1. Re: How to get 10g SDK
    420008 Newbie
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    To add another voice to the growing number of requests for a separate SDK package for various platforms ...

    A colleague installed the 10gr1 server package on Solaris. In the ... oracle/product/10gr1 directory installed locally are multiple directories containing various shared library (.so) files and Java libraries (.jar) in the hierarchy. No 'readme' file, comparable to that found in the 9.0.4.2 distributions and the 10g SDK distribution for Mac OS X, could be found within that hierarchy. And it isn't clear which of these library directories and/or files should be referenced in the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable.

    Presumably, as a result of referencing one or more inappropriate directories, we've already received some comical errors, such as:

    java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: [...]/libcsdkjni.so: ld.so.1: java: fatal: [...]/libclntsh.so.10.1: wrong ELF class: ELFCLASS64

    Presumably, a packaged 10g SDK would mitigate some of these types of errors. :-)

    For starters, where can the 'readme' files for the various SDK distributions, other than the one included with the relatively cohesive Mac OS X distribution, be found?