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upgrade OS from NT to Win2000

upgrade OS from NT to Win2000

upgrade OS from NT to Win2000

What is the impact on Oracle 8i and/or webdb?

RE: upgrade OS from NT to Win2000

We did it some time back with minimal impact. We did a fresh server install (Windows 2000) and reloaded all of the Oracle software and moved the database over and fired the database up and started testing.

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RE: upgrade OS from NT to Win2000


RE: upgrade OS from NT to Win2000


bdraper, with your fresh 2000 installation, where you using Portal or WebDB too?

This is my problem at the moment, we are upgrading both our Web server (9iAS) and our Database server (8.1.7) from NT to 2000 and although neither 8i database nore 9iAS have a problem, I am battling to import the Portal schemas sucessfully.  

I have oracle documentation, but the process they suggest seems overly complicated and very long winded!!

Does anyone have any ideas on this?


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