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-unzipped my downloaded files pieces in the the default directories.
pls also check this link it seems your problem and solved
Oracle 11g R2 Windows Installation issue
hope this helps
Hi HuyNQ;1 person found this helpful
Please check this .ear file exist in related path. Also be sure your setup is valid. If you have zip file than please run this:
unzip -t xx.zip
Thanks so much for your attention and your help, it's great to receive your support.
I will check your suggestion and will inform you the results.
(My full name is Nguyen Quang Huy => HuyNQ :D)
There was a confuse of me between using Solaris and MS Windows.
In MS Windows, when I extract a *.zip file which is a part of a big archive file, it will extract all the others part for me. For example, if I have abc_1_of2.zip and abc_2_of_2.zip in a folder, when extracting abc_1_of_2.zip, it also extract the abc_2_of_2.zip and the result is I have a big file with "abc" as the name contains both files.
However, in Solaris, it is not the same. Today I have extracted the second part of the archive and re-do the installation and everything is OK now.
Thank you very much for your help.