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Oracle9i Lite Installation and Configuration Guide for Windows NT/2000/XP
Release 5.0.2
Part No. B10040-01
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Preface

This guide provides information on the system requirements, installation, migration, and configuration for Oracle9i Lite version 5.0.2 for Windows NT/2000/XP.

The guide consists of the following topics:

Chapter 1, " Installation"   Contains information regarding system requirements and installation instructions.
  Provides information on how configure the Mobile Server.
  Provides information regarding migration and upgrade.

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