Re: Oracle Options

Dropping the user without deinstalling the binaries can cause confusion 
when applying interim patches. The patch sees the product directory and 
assumes the product is installed so it wants to make changes to the 
database but the user doesn't exist. Personally, I always do custom 
installs and only install the products required.  Makes life simpler 
down the road when the compliance folks from our security group run 
there inspection tool (Application Detective).

Bryan Wells wrote:

>sorry. lack of information on my part. i inherited these, as they were 
>turned on at the original install time. 
> so its not just a matter of dropping the user ("cascade") that was created 
>at the time of install?
> On 5/18/05, Thomas Day <tomday2@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: 
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>>Don't install them. There is no "turn them on/turn them off" option.
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