Oracle9i Enterprise Edition Relese Notes
Release 1 (9.0.1) for OS/390

Part Number A90090-01
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Oracle9i Enterprise Edition

Release Notes

Release 1 (9.0.1) for OS/390

May 2001

Part No. A90090-01

These release notes contain late breaking information about the Oracle9i Enterprise Edition for OS/390 Release 1 (9.0.1) product set. This information supplements the Oracle9i Enterprise Edition for OS/390 documentation.

Installation Tapes

The distribution kit for Oracle9i Enterprise Edition Release 1 (9.0.1) for OS/390 contains ten installation tapes whose volume serial numbers are OS011A, OS011B, OS011C, OS011D, OS011E, OS011F, OS011G, OS011H, OS011I, and OS011J.

Unsupported Features and Functions

This release of Oracle9i for OS/390 does not include support for the following features and functions. These items are in addition to the unsupported features and functions noted in chapter 1 of the Oracle9i Enterprise Edition Installation Guide Release 1 (9.0.1) for OS/390.

Known Restrictions

The following bugs were open at the time this release was shipped. Please check for the current status of these bugs before installing or using Oracle9i for OS/390.

Additions and Corrections to the Documentation

Make these additions/changes to the documents:

Oracle9i Enterprise Edition Installation Guide Release 1 (9.0.1) for OS/390

Add the following to Chapter 3, page 3-15, after the subsection, ORIJB00.

initmeta.sql

After installation of the data sets is complete and before running the catalog jobs, the oran.orav.SQL(INITMETA) data set needs to be edited. Also, make this change to the HFS file $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/initmeta.sql.

Change the string: %s_xslLocation%
to be: your_oracle_home/rdbms/xml/xsl.

For example, if your_oracle_home is /oracle/v900, then the new string would be /oracle/v900/rdbms/xml/xsl. The your_oracle_home will always be an HFS file specification, even in the oran.orav.SQL(INITMETA) data set.


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