|Oracle9i Database Installation Guide
Release 2 (126.96.36.199.1) for 64-Bit Windows
Part Number B10546-01
This chapter identifies postinstallation configuration tasks. Where appropriate, this chapter references other guides for procedures on performing these configuration tasks.
This chapter contains these topics:
Oracle Corporation recommends installing the latest patch set release after successful installation of the base release.
Current patch set information is available at
You must register online before using OracleMetaLink. After logging into OracleMetaLink, select Patches from the left-hand column.
To find and download patches:
Note that patch sets for Oracle databases are identified as "x.x.x PATCH SET FOR ORACLE DATA SERVER."
The README contains installation requirements and instructions.
When the Oracle9i database is created, the
utlrp.sql script runs automatically. However, when an Oracle9i database is created through the Custom installation type, this script does not automatically run. Oracle Corporation recommends running the
utlrp.sql script after creating, upgrading, or migrating a database. This script recompiles all PL/SQL modules that may be in an INVALID state, including packages, procedures, types, and so on. This step is optional, but recommended so that the cost of recompilation is incurred during the installation rather than in the future.
change_on_install by default, unless you changed it after installation.
Some individual components require postinstallation configuration tasks. The following sections list configuration requirements and the sections or documents referenced for specific configuration procedures.
Authentication, encryption, integrity support, and enterprise user security require configuration.
These components are automatically configured when installed during the same installation as the Oracle9i database.
If you installed these components during a separate installation of the Oracle9i database manual configuration tasks need to be performed.
You must download a UNIX emulation utility for Windows to run Oracle Internet Directory shell script tools on Windows (
ldaprepl.sh). Two third-party software vendors provide this utility:
Oracle Net Configuration Assistant assists you in configuring your Oracle network.
If you installed Oracle Net Services, Oracle Net Configuration Assistant automatically guided you through network configuration of client computers and database servers.
You can also configure your Oracle network after installation with the Oracle Net Configuration Assistant and Oracle Net Manager tools.
Before writing Java programs that use the OLAP API, you must make the files accessible in your Java development environment.
Before using Oracle for Windows Performance Monitor to view Oracle-specific counters, you must specify the
SYSTEM password using
OperfCfg.exe located in the
To set the
SYSTEM password, enter the following:
Postinstallation configuration procedures must be performed to enable high availability and Oracle Enterprise Manager functionality.
Perform the following tasks before using Oracle Services for Microsoft Transaction Server:
You must perform a number of configuration tasks, including:
Refer to Appendix A of Oracle9i XML Database Developer's Guide - Oracle XML DB for more information on the following tasks:
Configuration is dependent on the network configuration files used. In nearly all cases, configuration is automatic.