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Oracle Content Management Software Development Kit (Oracle CM SDK) Installation Guide
Release 9.0.3 for Windows NT/2000

Part Number B10053-01
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This guide describes how to install and configure the Oracle Content Management Software Development Kit (Oracle CM SDK) Release 9.0.3 for Windows NT/2000.

Intended Audience

The instructions in this document are intended for anyone responsible for installing Oracle CM SDK in a production environment.

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This Installation Guide contains six chapters and two appendices:

Chapter 1, "Before You Begin"

Important information you should read before attempting to install or configure.

Chapter 2, "Requirements"

This chapter provides information about hardware and software requirements.

Chapter 3, "Installation and Configuration"

This chapter steps through installing and configuring Oracle CM SDK.

Chapter 4, "Post-configuration"

This chapter provides instructions for starting and stopping the Oracle CM SDK server and testing basic operations; and installing and configuring the NFS (Network File System) server.

Chapter 5, "Client Access Paths and Software"

This chapter provides information to enable users to start working with Oracle CM SDK.

Chapter 6, "Troubleshooting"

This chapter contains information for solving installation problems, and for un-installing the product, if necessary.

Appendix A, "Creating an Oracle Database"

This appendix provides information about creating an Oracle database. It also provides information about creating custom tablespaces.

Appendix B, "Configuration Worksheets"

Worksheets to record important system information needed during configuration.

Related Documents

For more information, see the following manuals in the Oracle CM SDK, Oracle9i Database Server, and Oracle9i Application Server documentation sets.


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