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Oracle® Database Vault Installation Guide
10g Release 2 (10.2) for Microsoft Windows (32-Bit)

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C Running DVCA After Creating a Database Vault Database

You should run Database Vault Configuration Assistant (DVCA) after creating a new Oracle Database Vault database, if any of the following conditions is true:

Use the following syntax to run the DVCA utility:

C:\> ORACLE_HOME\bin\dvca -action option -oh oracle_home 
-hostname host_name -owner_account DV_owner_account_name
-owner_passwd DV_owner_account_password
-jdbc_str jdbc_connection_string
-sys_passwd SYS_password [-dvsys_passwd DVSYS_passwd][-acctmgr_account DV_account_manager_account_name]
[-acctmgr_passwd DV_account_manager_password]
[-logfile .\dvca.log] [-nodecrypt] [-racnode host_name]
[-listener listener_name]
[-languages
{["en"],["de"],["es"],["fr"],["it"],["ja"],["ko"],["pt_BR"],["zh_CN"],["zh_TW"]}]

Where:

Note:

  • If the Oracle system identifier (SID) of the database is more than 8 characters, then you would need to update the Net service name in the tnsnames.ora file before running DVCA. See Oracle Database Vault Release Notes for more information.