1 Reply Latest reply: Apr 8, 2014 5:17 AM by Phanikanth RSS

    Error Installing odi 12c Standalone Installation

    spikepb

      Hi.

       

      I have a Virtual Machine with Windows 7 and ODI 12c with ODI Studio installed in it. Everything works fine.

      No i want to play a little bit with standalone agents. For this i must install a new ODI 12c instance as Standalone Installation.

       

      The Installer starts fine and i get to the step where i have to insert the oracle home. I know that i have to use a new home.

      But when i get to the next step, where i can choose the installtion type, and i choose "Standalone Installion" i get the error message:

       

      Incompatible installation type "Standalone Insatallation" is selected. Please select a valid installation type.

      The selection conflicts with features already installed:

      cieCfg_wls: 12.1.2.0.0

       

      I can choose any directory for the oracle home and get every time the same error. When i chosse the Enterprise Installation there is no Problem.

       

      Has someone any idea?

       

      Maybe i have to install first standalone and then enterprise?

       

       

      Regards Christian

        • 1. Re: Error Installing odi 12c Standalone Installation
          Phanikanth

          Hi

           

          Actually no idea, because same issue I faced when was doing OPatch will continue applying the patch, ' Signalled When Applying ODI 12.1.2 Patch 16926420' and later I came to know that it is just a warning message

           

          Error Message:

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          com.oracle.cie.gdr.libraries.LibraryException: com.oracle.cie.gdr.libraries.LibraryException: com.oracle.cie.gdr.dependency.FeatureSelectionConflictException: The selection conflicts with features already installed: cieCfg_wls:12.1.2.0.0

           

          and the solution given on README.txt file

           

          Better you raise an SR on http://  support.oracle.com

           

          Regards,

          Phanikanth