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Oracle® Developer Suite Installation Guide
10g (9.0.4) for Windows, Linux, Solaris, and HP-UX
Part No. B10579-02
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1 Installation Concepts

1.1 Oracle Developer Suite Installation Overview
1.2 About the Installation Process
1.3 About Installing Oracle Developer Suite Components
1.4 What's New in the Installation
1.4.1 Installation from DVD is Now Available
1.4.2 Solaris 6 and 7 No Longer Supported
1.4.3 SuSE SLES-7 No Longer Supported
1.4.4 New Operating System Patches Required
1.4.5 Space in /var/tmp No Longer Required During Installation (Linux, Solaris, and HP-UX Only)
1.4.6 More Prerequisite Checks
1.4.7 Configuration Assistant Enhancements
1.4.8 Removed Restrictions

2 Getting Started

2.1 Hardware Requirements
2.2 Operating Environments Supported
2.3 Operating Environment Software Requirements
2.3.1 Windows Operating Environment
2.3.2 Solaris Operating Environment for Sun SPARC workstations
2.3.3 HP-UX Operating Environment
2.3.4 Linux Operating Environment
2.4 Certified Software
2.5 Online Documentation Requirements
2.6 Coexistence in One Oracle Home
2.6.1 Oracle Home Considerations
2.6.2 Performing Multiple Installations of Oracle Developer Suite
2.6.3 Oracle Developer Suite Installation and Oracle Databases
2.7 Directories Used by the Installer
2.8 Preinstallation Tasks
2.8.1 General Checklist
2.8.2 Setting the Locale
2.8.3 Using Assistive Technologies (Windows only)
2.8.4 Installing Java Access Bridge (Windows only)
2.8.5 Setting Environment Variables (Linux, Solaris, and HP-UX only) ORACLE_HOME DISPLAY TMP TNS_ADMIN
2.8.6 Creating Linux, Solaris, and HP-UX Accounts and Groups Group Name for the Installer Inventory User for Oracle Software
2.8.7 Completing Component-specific Preinstallation Tasks Oracle Software Configuration Manager
2.8.8 Information Needed During Installation
2.8.9 Migration or Upgrading
2.9 Preparing to Start the Installer
2.9.1 About Oracle Universal Installer
2.9.2 Installer Prerequisite Checks
2.9.3 The Installer Inventory Directory
2.9.4 Starting the Installer For Windows users For Linux, Solaris, and HP-UX users Running the Installer in Silent or Non-Interactive Mode

3 Installation

3.1 Installing Oracle Developer Suite
3.2 Postinstallation Tasks
3.2.1 General Checklist Updates NLS TNS Names Port Numbers OC4J Instance for Oracle Developer Suite Assistive Technologies (Windows only)
3.2.2 Completing Component-specific Postinstallation Tasks Oracle9i JDeveloper Oracle Business Intelligence Beans Oracle Reports Developer Oracle Discoverer Administrator Oracle Forms Developer Oracle Software Configuration Manager (Oracle SCM) Oracle Designer
3.2.3 Starting a Component Oracle9i JDeveloper and Oracle Business Intelligence Beans Oracle Reports Developer Oracle Discoverer Oracle Forms Developer Oracle Software Configuration Manager (Oracle SCM) Oracle Designer
3.2.4 Additional Documentation

4 Deinstallation and Reinstallation

4.1 Deinstallation
4.1.1 Deinstalling Using the Installer
4.2 Reinstallation

A Upgrade Notes

A.1 Oracle Developer Suite
A.2 Oracle9i JDeveloper
A.2.1 Migrating JDeveloper User Settings from Release 9.0.2 to Release 9.0.4
A.2.2 Additional Migration Issues
A.3 Oracle Business Intelligence Beans
A.3.1 Migrating Oracle BI Beans Projects from Release 9.0.2 to Release 9.0.4
A.3.2 Migrating Oracle BI Beans Projects from Release 9.0.3 to Release 9.0.4
A.4 Oracle Reports Developer
A.5 Oracle Discoverer Administrator
A.6 Oracle Forms Developer
A.7 Oracle Software Configuration Manager
A.8 Oracle Designer
A.9 Additional Documentation

B Components

B.1 Oracle9i JDeveloper
B.1.1 Supported Deployment Environments
B.1.2 Oracle on the Web
B.1.3 Oracle Business Intelligence Beans
B.1.3.1 Deployment Requirements
B.1.4 UIX
B.1.5 Bali
B.2 Oracle Reports Developer
B.3 Oracle Discoverer Administrator
B.4 Oracle Forms Developer
B.5 Oracle Software Configuration Manager
B.6 Oracle Designer
B.7 Additional Documentation

C Installing the Documentation Library

C.1 Documentation Library Titles
C.2 Installing the Documentation Library
C.2.1 File Copy Installation Method
C.2.2 Installer Method
C.3 Viewing the Documentation Library
C.3.1 Viewing the Release Notes from Disk

D Silent and Non-Interactive Install

D.1 Introduction
D.1.1 Silent Installation
D.1.2 Non-Interactive Installation
D.2 Requirements
D.3 Preinstallation
D.4 Working with Response Files
D.4.1 Example Response Files for Oracle Developer Suite Installations
D.4.1.1 Business Intelligence (Windows only)
D.4.1.2 Complete Install (Windows)
D.4.1.3 Complete Install (Linux, Solaris, and HP-UX)
D.4.1.4 Using Response Files on HP-UX
D.5 Starting the Installation
D.5.1 Starting the Installer for a Silent Installation
D.5.2 Starting the Installer for a Non-Interactive Installation
D.6 Postinstallation

E Troubleshooting

E.1 Before You Begin
E.1.1 Verify Hardware and Pre-installation Requirements
E.1.2 Read the Release Notes
E.2 Troubleshooting the Installation
E.3 Troubleshooting Oracle Developer Suite Configuration Assistants
E.3.1 Determining Configuration Assistant Execution Status
E.3.2 Fixing Configuration Assistant Failures
E.3.3 Handling Fatal Errors
E.3.4 Oracle Developer Suite Configuration Assistant Descriptions