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jlmendez Absent Member.
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New 11.3 installation - Oracle - Existing schema?

Hi guys,

ZCM 11.3a new installation. I'm a little bit confused about Oracle:

If I launch "./setup.sh -c", select "Oracle" and then enter the connection information, in the next screen it ask me for the Oracle DBA credentials for creating a new user schema. No option to use an existing schema

But, if I launch "./setup.sh" (without the -c parameter), then it gives me the option to create a new user schema or use an existing one.

So, does that mean that it is the Oracle DBA who must launch "setup.sh -c" to create the user schema and then I will launch setup.sh to use that schema when installing the first primary server?
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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: New 11.3 installation - Oracle - Existing schema?

At Some Point, you will need DB Rights to Create the Audit DB.

If you use the "-c" parameter, you can do this in advance of the main
upgrade.

The one advantage of doing it in advance is that if there are any issues
creating the Audit DB, you are not in the middle of the 11.3 Upgrade
when an issue arises.

On 5/12/2014 2:36 PM, jlmendez wrote:
>
> Hi guys,
>
> ZCM 11.3a new installation. I'm a little bit confused about Oracle:
>
> If I launch "./setup.sh -c", select "Oracle" and then enter the
> connection information, in the next screen it ask me for the Oracle DBA
> credentials for creating a new user schema. No option to use an existing
> schema
>
> But, if I launch "./setup.sh" (without the -c parameter), then it gives
> me the option to create a new user schema or use an existing one.
>
> So, does that mean that it is the Oracle DBA who must launch "setup.sh
> -c" to create the user schema and then I will launch setup.sh to use
> that schema when installing the first primary server?
>
>



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