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on Jun 9, 2008 7:45 PM by 630302
Installing Ultra Search Into an Existing Database Oracle 10g
Jun 9, 2008 7:45 PM
I am trying to run this step, but couldn't find these parameters.. (jexec, jdbc_node, and dbc_all) Could anyone help?
Thanks in advance!!
Next, run the SQL*Plus script wk0setup.sql. For example:
sqlplus /nolog @$ORACLE_HOME/ultrasearch/admin/wk0setup.sql $ORACLE_HOME
cstr "sys" syspw "as sysdba" wksyspw tblspc tmptblspc "portal"
cfs "oui" psep jdbcdrv jdbcnls jexec ctxhx jdbc_node
where the various parameters are as follows (parameters should be enclosed in quotes to avoid misinterpretation):
cstr—TNS alias preceded with '@' (for example, @inst1), this parameter can also be passed in as a single white space (' ')
syspw—password for the sys database user/schema
wksyspw—password to be used for the Ultra Search schema wksys
tblspc—tablespace for wksys
tmptblspc—temporary tablespace for wksys
cfs—if ORACLE_HOME is on a Cluster File System (CFS) then 'true'; else 'false'
psep—path separator (for example, on UNIX this is ':', on Windows it is ';')
jdbcdrv—path to JDBC drivers, classes12.zip (for example, $ORACLE_HOME/jdbc/lib/classes12.zip)
jdbcnls—path to nls_charset12.zip or orai18.jar (for example, $ORACLE_HOME/jdbc/lib/nls_charset12.zip)
jexec—Java executable path (for example, /packages/jdk1.4.1/bin/java). Note that this has to point to a JDK 1.4.1 or later installation
ctxhx—path to INSOFILTER, ctxhx (for example, $ORACLE_HOME/ctx/bin/ctxhx)
jdbc_node—thin JDBC connect string, and only the part after the '@' (for example, host:port:sid); note that in case of RAC, this connect string must be to the current node
dbc_all— same as JDBC_NODE, but in case of RAC with CFS true, this JDBC string should include all the RAC nodes (hint: use TNS syntax)
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