hi all ,
i was working with oracle 10 g on hr and scott schema , my new lap win 8 does n't accept 10 g after
search i found win 8 support 12 c only ,
i got it from oracle sit
after installtion iam trying to find hr and scott schema
after search i found 2 ways for adding one of them while installtion
but the source of oracle i got it while installtion the installtion type does n't like this
i do not know if this is another tool for oracle of what ?
this is the link i get the source of oracle from http://www.oracle.com/us/downloads/index.html#menu-downloads
when i do setup steps does not appear installtion type (simple installtion or advanced )
could any one help me which tool of oracle 12 c is suitable for working with hr and scott ?
The following link will help you performing the installation:
hi AsifMuhammad ,
your matrilae is very helpfull for me
all of these steps i do it
but i want to access hr and schott schema as all my work on them
do you have any material for how to do it ?
Pl clarify if you installed container/pluggable database, or a regular standard database.
If the former, the HR and SCOTT schemas will be available in the seeded pluggable database
ok , how can i know if i
installed container/pluggable database, or a regular standard database.
how can i know which one of them i installed
are they installed from same software ?
i used this way in instllation
plz help me
See Step 8 in the blog link you provided - there is a checkbox for "Create as container database" - if this was checked in your install, you created a container/pluggable database. If so, see the link I posted above.
If you are not familiar with the container/pluggable database concept, then I would suggest you heed the advice given by rp0428 in post Re: Difference between CDB and CDB$ROOT container in 12cR1
ok , sirin ,
i get your point but i have other question
iam trying to setup oracle 12 c on win 8.1 after alot of search i found this
i just want to be sure
win 8.1 does not support oracle 12 c ?
i mean no way to setup oracle 12 c on win 8 ?
if this right -so which version of oracle work with win 8.1 ?
Currently there is no Oracle software certified to be installed on Win 8.1
You will have to wait until a certification is announced, or downgrade to Win 8.0 (on which you can install 12cR1, assuming you have Win 8 Pro or higher - Oracle Database Preinstallation Tasks )
Win Home versions are not certified for any Oracle installs.
Your other option is to install Oracle database on a VM running Linux - pl google for my blog for detailed steps.