The basic and major requirement of the software is
Hard Disk Capacity
Working on WINDOWS
If the user is working on WINDOWS 95 or NT the following flow diagram is followed
Assume your CD drive has D label
Using the Oracle Installer
Before beginning the installation process, you'll want to exit any open applications. To begin the actual installation, execute the Oracle installer by running SETUP.EXE, which can be found in \po7_win95\win95\install.
The Oracle Installer chooses to install all Oracle products into the c:\orawin95 directory. You can select another drive or directory if disk space on your C drive is a concern.
SQL NET Plus Installation &
Oracle Developer/2000 for Windows 95
The guide includes the following information:
- installation instructions
- contents of Oracle CD
- information about the Developer/2000 components
NOTE:You should not be running any other Windows applications while trying to install new products.
Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0
The Oracle Developer/2000 CD are normally AutoPlay-enabled for Windows 95 and NT 4.0. AutoPlay will automatically launch the Oracle Installer after the CD is inserted.
To disable AutoPlay, hold down the SHIFT key while inserting the CD. You then need to follow these steps to launch the Oracle Installer manually.
1) From the Start menu, Run
Substitute your CD drive letter for "D:".
Contents of CD
At the root level of this CD you will see this file and the following directories:
Developer/2000 - Forms 18.104.22.168.7
Developer/2000 - Procedure Builder 22.214.171.124.5 Patch
GUI Common Files 126.96.36.199.0
Tools Utilities 188.8.131.52.0C
Information about the Developer/2000
The table below lists the product versions that are compatible with one another.
Developer/2000 Release 1.3.2
Procedure Builder 184.108.40.206.3
Translation Manager 220.127.116.11.1
Open 2000 Interfaces18.104.22.168.0
Oracle Terminal 22.214.171.124.0F
Discoverer/2000 Release 1.3.2
The Required Components table below lists the components that are compatible with the products listed above.
Required Component Version
GUI Common Files 126.96.36.199.0
Tools Utilities 188.8.131.52.0
System Support Files184.108.40.206.2
Oracle Book 220.127.116.11.1
Oracle Media Objects18.104.22.168.0D
Required Support Files22.214.171.124.0
SQL*Plus, Oracle Book, and Oracle Media Objects are only needed by some of the main products' components and will be installed automatically if needed.
The language you select when you install Personal Oracle7 for Windows 95 should match the language of the edition of Windows 95 that you are using. The edition of Windows 95 for your language must be a production version for the language to be supported by Personal Oracle7 for Windows 95. If your language is listed, then you should select your desire language. In this case, the user.
Disk Space Requirement
Personal Oracle7 for Windows 95 requires 20 megabytes of free disk space on the disk drive where the Windows 95 Virtual Memory page file is located (usually the c: drive) for a successful installation. This space is required in addition to the space needed for Personal Oracle7 program files. The amount of space required for the Personal Oracle7 program files is dependent upon the type of installation that is chosen.
SQL*NET Easy Configuration
To avoid problems with networking, do not modify the TCP/IP sample files, TNSNAMES.ORA, or SQLNET.ORA. To configure a client to connect with an Oracle server that has been configured with Oracle Network Manager for Windows, choose Add Database Alias instead of Modify Database Alias in the SQL Net Easy Configuration menu.
Installation Components Windows
As you proceed with the Oracle Installation you will see the following windows illustrating the installed component on your Hard Drive.
After the successful Installation of Oracle you will view an indicator window such as
Create a Oracle shortcut on your desktop screen.
Restart Computer & Start Oracle
After installation you have supposed to restart the computer, after normal booting of your PC set active your Oracle database. The indicator window will prompt.