Re: Learning Oracle on Windows

"Oracle 9i for Windows 2000: Tips and Techniques," by Jesse, Hart, and Sale, 
has a lot of good basic Windows/Oracle information.  Obviously it doesn't 
include 10g, but oradim, remote connection techniques, virtual memory 
(including how to use orastack to reduce default stack space), using PerfMon to 
measure virtual memory, and AWE (extended memory) are covered.
 
mhthomas <qnxodba@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Thanks Tanel, good sites.

Well, heck. Let me refer everyone to Oracle's 10g documentation. ;-)

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Look for b10113.pdf (Oracle Database Platform Guide 10g Release 1 for
Windows, Part No. B10113-02, 262pg).
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The original 10g documenation package was incomple, and was missing
key documents for Oracle on Windows. Doh!. The incomplete package was
B12037_01.zip (bad) and is missing the entire subdirectory win.101.

Good news. The new(er) documentation package on OTN has some very
useful document for Oracle on Windows. The complete/good package is
B14117_01.zip (good) and includes 7x pdf files in directory win.101.

http://www.oracle.com/technology/documentation/database10g.html
download B14117_01.zip

If you get the good doc package, the file to look for is b10113.pdf
(Oracle Database Platform Guide 10g Release 1 for Windows, Part No.
B10113-02, 262pg). This is a very complete guide to all sorts of
widows tips, registry keys, and so forth. There are other, less
relevant, windows related pdf in the /good/ doc package, like an
outdated Pro*C manual. BTW, you need to load the 10g Companion CDROM
to get the Pro*C demo programs.

HTH

Regards,

Mike Thomas


On Thu, 7 Oct 2004 02:15:36 +0300, Tanel P=F5der =
wrote:
> > Any good books/websites/blogs for Oracle on Windows?
>=20
> Google search "running oracle on windows" led me to these two:
>=20
> http://www.orafaq.com/faqwinnt.htm
> http://www.oreview.com/9805harr.htm
>=20
> Tanel.
>
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