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Forum for Oracle 18c Express Edition

Is there a specific forum for Oracle 18c Express Edition?

This forum seems to be for Oracle 11 express edition.

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  • L. Fernigrini
    L. Fernigrini Data Engineer Sr Consultant Member Posts: 3,805 Silver Crown
    Answer ✓

    This is the correct one (Oracle Database Express Edition (XE)) but the title is completely unrelated to your technical problem, and there are a lot of messages already on the thread so it would make things confusing if you just change the title.

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  • L. Fernigrini
    L. Fernigrini Data Engineer Sr Consultant Member Posts: 3,805 Silver Crown

    Hi, the forum is for all XE versions (actually, 11.2 and 18c). You can post any question here.

  • User_KC6Y3
    User_KC6Y3 Member Posts: 56 Green Ribbon

    I recently installed Oracle 18c Express Edition on my Windows 10x laptop.

    When I tried to run DBCA i got this message:

    When I researched this error one suggestion was to use a TRY/Catch block to trap this error; I shouldn't be trying to change DBCA.

    My background is with Oracle 11g on windows servers; I am researching a project to migrate databases to Oracle 19.

    I would have preferred to install an Oracle 19 Express edition but apparently that does not exist.

    My account with oracle is a "free" one so I don't have access to knowledge base articles.

    I am curious - did something change between Oracle 11 and Oracle 18/19 with respect to language support.

    Amy assistance would be appreciated.

  • User_KC6Y3
    User_KC6Y3 Member Posts: 56 Green Ribbon

    Still looking for any assistance with this problem.

  • L. Fernigrini
    L. Fernigrini Data Engineer Sr Consultant Member Posts: 3,805 Silver Crown

    You should consider opening a question with the details, since the current question "Forum for Oracle 18c Express Edition" has no relation to the problem you described later and most people may ignore it

  • User_KC6Y3
    User_KC6Y3 Member Posts: 56 Green Ribbon

    L. Fernigrini:

    See my second post; it has the details. If you need further information let me know.

  • User_KC6Y3
    User_KC6Y3 Member Posts: 56 Green Ribbon

    I recently installed Oracle 18c Express Edition on my Windows 10x laptop.

    When I tried to run DBCA i got this message:


    When I researched this error one suggestion was to use a TRY/Catch block to trap this error; I shouldn't be trying to change DBCA.

    My background is with Oracle 11g on windows servers; I am researching a project to migrate databases to Oracle 19.

    I would have preferred to install an Oracle 19 Express edition but apparently that does not exist.

    My account with oracle is a "free" one so I don't have access to knowledge base articles.

    I am curious - did something change between Oracle 11 and Oracle 18/19 with respect to language support.

    Amy assistance would be appreciated.

    Did this answer the question? Yes No

  • L. Fernigrini
    L. Fernigrini Data Engineer Sr Consultant Member Posts: 3,805 Silver Crown

    I know the details and cannot help since I did not have such a problem.

    My suggestion, again, is that you open a NEW question with a title associated to the real problem. This question / thread was started about forum space, has been answered (although you did not select the right answer) and does not really match the problem you have (that has no relation to "Forum for Oracle 18c Express Edition").



    User_KC6Y3

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  • User_KC6Y3
    User_KC6Y3 Member Posts: 56 Green Ribbon

    Which forum would you suggest I post this question in??

  • L. Fernigrini
    L. Fernigrini Data Engineer Sr Consultant Member Posts: 3,805 Silver Crown
    Answer ✓

    This is the correct one (Oracle Database Express Edition (XE)) but the title is completely unrelated to your technical problem, and there are a lot of messages already on the thread so it would make things confusing if you just change the title.