Re: Critical Patch Update April 2005 for Database 9.2 and 10.1 Update

Hah, the saga gets funnier.  We got a follow-up email today saying that the 
9.2.0.6 version was NOT affected...  AND, the fix they provided did not work 
anyway....  I love this job....

Lon
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Mercadante, Thomas F (LABOR) 
  To: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Thursday, July 07, 2005 7:31 AM
  Subject: FW: Critical Patch Update April 2005 for Database 9.2 and 10.1 Update


  All,

   

  Ain't this just great?  The Oracle Patch machine is rolling on!

   

  I guess I should be glad that they are telling me about it.  But this just 
drives me crazy.  Again, because of shoddy work on *their* part, we all have to 
put up with the crappy results.

   

  And we pay big dollars for this.

   

  Just beautiful.

   

   

  Critical Patch Update April 2005 for Database 9.2 and 10.1 Update

  Dear Oracle Customer, 

  You are receiving this email because our records indicate you downloaded the 
Critical Patch Update April 2005 (CPUApr2005) for the following Database Server 
versions:

       9.2.0.5 (Patches 4193299, 4195791, and 4214192) 
       9.2.0.6 (Patches 4193295, 4269928, and 4213298)
       10.1.0.2 (Patches 4193293, 4181849, and 4213305)
       10.1.0.3 (Patches 4193286, 4269715, and 4158888)
       10.1.0.4 (Patches 4210374, 4287619, and 4287611)

  It was discovered that a step is missing in the installation script that 
caused a jar file not uploaded to the database.  This affects all platforms of 
the database versions listed above.  If JVM was not installed, no action is 
required.  To rectify the problem, please implement the following steps after 
the CPUApr2005 patch is installed to complete the installation:

      1.    Startup all the database instances running out of the ORACLE_HOME 
being patched.
      2.    For each database instance running out of the ORACLE_HOME being 
patched, connect to the database using Sqlplus as sysdba and run the following 
command:
                    SQL> exec sys.dbms_java.loadjava('-v -f -r -s -g public 
rdbms/jlib/CDC.jar');

  Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience you may have experienced, 
and we thank you for your patience and cooperation in securing your Oracle 
server products.

  Regards,
  Oracle Global Product Support

  P.S.  Please do not reply to this email as this email account is not 
monitored. 

   

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