Re: html-db

  • From: Pete Finnigan <oracle_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2004 22:26:04 +0100

Hi Peter,

Its definitely on the companion CD as i loaded it on Linux. It installed
OK, but failed on the setup I have not had time to go back and sort out
why yet. It was a not logged on error!



In article <20F05B2143AF194CB9E300E1AEE5EF850C6BC7@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
k>, Robson, Peter <pgro@xxxxxxxxx> writes
>I gather the above software is available on the 10g 'companion disk' (accor=
>ding to Oracle staff at IOUG, and an earlier posting on '-L').
>Hmmm - my search of OTN has been fruitless - can anyone with more success p=
>rovide a pointer, please?
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