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Oracle9i Developer Suite Installation Guide
Release 2 (9.0.2) for Windows and UNIX

Part Number A95828-02
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Installing the Documentation Library

All components provide online help systems that are installed with the product. The Oracle9i Developer Suite documentation library CD-ROM contains additional documentation for some components only. The documentation on the CD-ROM is available in both HTML and PDF formats.

The following topics describe the contents of the CD-ROM and provides instructions for installing and viewing the documentation:

C.1 Documentation Library Titles

The Oracle9i Developer Suite documentation library CD-ROM contains the documentation listed in the following tables. Titles that have a part number are available as printed and bound manuals from the Oracle Store at

http://store.oracle.com

Table C-1 Getting Started
Part Number Title

N/A

Quick Tour

A95828-02

Oracle9i Developer Suite Installation Guide for Windows and UNIX

A96128-01

Oracle9i Developer Suite Release Notes for Windows and UNIX

A90881-02

Oracle9i Discoverer Administrator Administration Guide

A95950-01

Oracle9i Warehouse Builder Configuration Guide

Table C-2 J2EE & Internet Applications
Part Number Title

A92183-01

Oracle9i Forms Developer and Forms Services: Migrating Forms Applications from Forms6i

A92175-01

Oracle9iAS Forms Services: Deployment Guide

A88894-01

Oracle9i Application Developer's Guide - XML

A88895-01

Oracle9i Case Studies - XML Applications

A88899-01

Oracle9i XML Reference

A90211-01

Oracle9i JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference

A90212-01

Oracle9i SQLJ Developer's Guide and Reference

A90214-01

Oracle9i JPublisher User's Guide

A95878-01

Oracle9iAS Containers for J2EE Servlet Developer's Guide

A95879-01

Oracle9iAS Containers for J2EE Services Guide

A95881-01

Oracle9iAS Containers for J2EE Enterprise JavaBeans Developer's Guide and Reference

A95882-01

Oracle9iAS Containers for J2EE Support for JavaServer Pages Reference

A95883-01

Oracle9iAS Containers for J2EE JSP Tag Libraries and Utilities Reference

N/A

JAAS Provider API Reference (Javadoc)

N/A

Oracle9i SQLJ API Reference (Javadoc)

A95877-01

Oracle9iAS Containers for J2EE Quick Reference Card

Table C-3 Business Intelligence
Part Number Title

A96129-01

Oracle9i Clickstream Intelligence Data Model Reference

A90881-02

Oracle9i Discoverer Administrator Administration Guide

A92180-01

Oracle9i Discoverer Administrator Tutorial

A90886-01

Oracle9i Discoverer Desktop User's Guide

A90900-01

Oracle9i Reports Tutorial

A92102-01

Oracle9iAS Reports Services Publishing Reports to the Web

A92101-01

Oracle9i Reports Building Reports

A95950-01

Oracle9i Warehouse Builder Configuration Guide

A95949-01

Oracle9i Warehouse Builder User's Guide

C.2 Installing the Documentation Library

You can install the documentation from the CD-ROM in one of the following ways:

C.2.1 File Copy Installation Method

The simplest installation method is to directly copy the files from the CD-ROM to your computer. Use the operating environment commands to copy the contents of the doc directory on the CD-ROM to the appropriate installation directory on your system. For consistency with installations performed by the Oracle Universal Installer, Oracle recommends that you copy the contents to the Oracle Home where Oracle9iDS is installed, and that you name the directory doc/ids902dl.

The following command copies the documentation from the CD-ROM to your Oracle home directory.


Note:

This method may overwrite files if the destination directory already exists.


For Windows, enter the following command:

prompt> xcopy /s cdrom_drive\doc %ORACLE_HOME%

For UNIX, enter the following command:

prompt> cp -r mount_point/doc $ORACLE_HOME

C.2.2 Oracle Universal Installer Installation Method

The Oracle Universal Installer also installs the documentation onto your computer from the CD-ROM.


Note:

To use the Oracle Universal Installer to install the documentation, you must already have the installer or an Oracle product that uses the installer (i.e., Oracle9i Developer Suite) on your system.


The following instructions describe how to install the documentation using the Oracle Universal Installer:

  1. Launch the Oracle Universal Installer from your system or from the Oracle9i Developer Suite Disk 1 CD-ROM. This is the same disk used to install Oracle9i Developer Suite.

    See Also:

    Section 2.8.2, "Starting Oracle Universal Installer".

  1. At the Welcome screen, click Next.

  2. At the File Locations screen, do the following:

    1. Eject the Oracle9i Developer Suite CD-ROM and replace it with the documentation library CD-ROM.

    2. In the Source field, do the following:

      For Windows, enter:

      cdrom_drive:\stage\products.jar

      For UNIX, enter:

      mount_point/stage/products.jar

      This directs the installer to the installation file for the documentation library.

    3. In the Destination section, enter the name and path to the Oracle home you are installing the documentation to, or select one from the list.

      The documentation will be installed in the doc directory under Oracle home.

    4. Click Next to continue.

  3. At the Summary screen, review the summary and click Install to begin the installation.

  4. After installation is completed, the End of Installation screen will appear. Click Exit to quit the installer.

    C.3 Viewing the Documentation Library

    You can view the Oracle9i Developer Suite documentation library directly from the CD-ROM or from the directory on your system where you installed it. For information about the tools required to view the documentation, see Section 2.5, "Online Documentation Requirements".

    To view the documentation library:

    1. On Windows, if you used the Oracle Universal Installation method to copy the documentation, you can access the library from the Start Menu as follows:

      Start > Programs > Oracle9i Developer Suite - ORACLE_HOME > Documentation > Doc CD

      Alternatively, you can use your browser to open the index.htm file from the doc directory on the CD-ROM, or from ORACLE_HOME/doc/ids902dl on your system after installation.

    2. Click on a tab.

    3. Click on the HTML or PDF link next to a document title to see the document contents.

    C.3.1 Viewing the Release Notes from the CD-ROM

    To view the release notes from the documentation library CD-ROM:

    1. Use your browser to open the index.htm file from the doc directory.

    2. Click the Getting Started tab.


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