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I am using a customized tool to create Oracle Database. I have created a few using this tool.instead of this, have you ever try to use database configuration assistant?
or you can create database manually, you can check the link below,
is there any obligation to use this tool?
DatabaseError: ORA-01034: ORACLE not availableusually tihs error is returned if your database is not up and running, therefore which also will lead to:
ORA-27101: shared memory realm does not existWith regard to your information provided I believe you are working with multiple databases, so therefore ensure you set your Oracle_sid before you get connected, and also ensure you are connected to the database as the sysdba previlege and startup the database. If you login to the database with a normal previleged user like scott other than the sysdba previlege you will get this error
And could you also post the exact error you receive when creating the database
Edited by: A.R.M Asif on May 26, 2010 1:31 AM
Hi,there are may several reasons for Oracle 10.2.0.4.0 and Windows Server 2003 platform.
Of course you can create database manually.But when creating database which template did you select?
Select "Custom Database" template do not select "General Purpose" because in this oracle version(10.2.0.4.0) and this platform(OS) you can get error.Otherwise how did you configure memory(sga/pga)? In memory tab select Shared Memory management with automatic option(error occurred because may you selected manual and shared_pool was significant small.).
FACT #1: I am using a customized tool to create Oracle Database.HOW does the tool work?
FACT #2: Today, I am not able to create any database.
FACT #3: I managed to login and access the databases but the tool need to perform some configuration and thats what is being a problem now.How did you manage to login to the database if you were unable to create the database?
FACT #4: Whenever the configuration runs, after a certain point, I receive this error.Configuration? Creation? How if you are unable to create a database at all??
Regarding your error i suspect youre operating over network and logging to the database via SQLNet from your client (please confirm!). You try to create a database and receive this error.
If your database is on Windows you most probably did not create the required windows service.
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Edited by: Ronny Egner on May 26, 2010 12:32 PM