Has anybody seen any slow database connectivity with 12i VIS database on win 2003.
I installed 12i on win 2003 and am having issues connecting to the database.
my machine has 3GB RAM and is 32-bit.
When I try to connect to the database using SQL or SQL navigator it take more 5 minutes for it to get conencted.
The ConcMgr errors out because of the slow conenction. I tried to run adadmin and it slowed down my whole machine to almost stand still
Any ideas what might be the cause?
i have installed as explained on win2003 SP1 on a vmware machine.
when running apps and went to system administrator it asked for j2se re 5 update 10, that is not available free at sun, can i install update 12. will it go.
Can some tell me what all CD's I should download from
e-delivery. I am not able to find the CD's.
- Go to "http://edelivery.oracle.com/"
- Click on Continue
- Enter "Full name", "Company name", "E-mail address", and "Country"
- Accept "Trial License" and "Export Restrictions"
- Click on "Continue"
- Select a Product Family "E-Business Suite"
- Select Platform "Microsoft Windows 32-bit"
- Click "Go"
- Select "Oracle E-Business Suite Applications Release 12.0 Media Pack for Microsoft Windows", Part Number "B36144-03", # Parts / Size is 44 / 35G
- You need to download the following files: From: Oracle Applications Release 12.0 Rapid Install Start Here (Part 1 of 5), Part Number B42431-01 Part 1 of 5 To: Oracle Applications Release 12.0 for Microsoft Windows Rapid Install APPL_TOP - Disk 1 (Part 3 of 3), Part Number V10281-01 Part 3 of 3
You do not have to join a domain. You need to configure the primary DNS suffix as follows:
Right click on My Computer > Properties >
- Click on "Computer Name" tab > Click "Change" > Click on "More"
- Enter the domain name under "Primary DNS suffix on this computer"
For example, if you want to use "xyz.com" as the domain, enter "xyz.com" under "Primary DNS suffix on this computer".
- Click OK, reboot the computer
- From the command prompt, make sure you can do the following:
C:\> ping hostname
C:\> ping hostname.domainname
Make sure not to install VC++ in a directory that contains spaces.
Means, NOT to install it in a directory which has spaces in name, like "C:\Visual C" -- there is a space between Visual and C, "C:\Program Files\VC" -- There is a space between Programs and Files .. etc.