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4.2 Recommended Postinstallation Tasks → Oracle recommends that you perform the tasks described in the following section after completing an installation: Creating a Backup of the root.sh Script Configuring New or Upgraded Databases Setting Up User Accounts Setting the NLS_LANG Environment Variable Generating the Client Static Library Direct NFS Client
4.1 Required Postinstallation Tasks → You must perform the tasks described in the following sections after completing an installation: Downloading and Installing Patches Configuring Oracle Products
4 Oracle Database Postinstallation Tasks → This chapter describes how to complete postinstallation tasks after you have installed the software … . It includes information about the following topics: Required Postinstallation Tasks Recommended … Postinstallation Tasks Required Product-Specific Postinstallation Tasks Postinstallation tasks for
4.3 Required Product-Specific Postinstallation Tasks → The following sections describe platform-specific postinstallation tasks that you must perform if … Bases Note: You need only perform postinstallation tasks for products that you intend to use.
4.4 Postinstallation tasks for SQL Developer → This section describes tasks that you need to complete after you install the software: Migrating User Settings from Release 1.0 Migrating Information from Previous Releases Location of User-Related Information
4.5 Postinstallation Tasks for Oracle Application Express → This section describes the following tasks that you need to complete after you install the software: Restarting Processes Choosing an HTTP Server Configuring the Embedded PL/SQL Gateway Copying the Images Directory Configuring Oracle HTTP Server in a New Installation Enabling Network Services in Oracle Database 11 g Running Oracle Application Express in Other Languages Managing JOB_QUEUE_PROCESSES
4.2.2 Configuring New or Upgraded Databases → Oracle recommends that you run the utlrp.sql script after creating or upgrading a database. This script recompiles all PL/SQL modules that might be in an invalid state, including packages, procedures, and types. This is an optional step but Oracle recommends that you do it during installation and not at a later date. See Also: Oracle Database Upgrade Guide for more information about database upgrade.
4.2.3 Setting Up User Accounts → For information about setting up additional user accounts, refer to Oracle Database Administrator's Reference for Linux and UNIX.
4.4.1 Migrating User Settings from Release 1.0 → The first time you start SQL Developer after installing it or after adding any extensions, you are asked if you want to migrate your user settings from a previous release. (This occurs regardless of whether there was a previous release on your system.) Note: Migration of user settings is supported only from SQL Developer release 1.0 to release 1.1. It is not supported for migration from a pre-release
4.4.2 Migrating Information from Previous Releases → If you have used a previous release of SQL Developer or a pre-release version of the current release, you may want to preserve database connections that you have been using. To preserve database connections, save your existing database connections in an XML file. To save the connections, right-click the Connections node in the Connections Navigator and select Export Connections. After you complete
4.6.1 Preparing Pre-9.2 Databases → Before running the installCCRSQL.sh script to prepare the database for configuration collection, you must perform the following steps for pre 9.2 databases: Edit the init sid. ora file where sid is the database system identifier, and set the UTL_FILE_DIR parameter to include $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/state as one of the directories. If a server parameter file ( spfile ) is used, alter the UTL_FILE_DIR parameter
4.6.4 Additional Step for Oracle Enterprise Manager Grid Control → 4.6.3 Additional Step for E-Business Suites If the database is used as a repository for an Oracle E-Business Suite, you must also run the following script from the ORACLE_HOME in which the E-Business database has been hosted: $ORACLE_HOME/ccr/admin/scripts/installCCRSQL.sh ebs_collectconfig -u Oracle_Applications_User The -u parameter is mandatory. If you do not specify this parameter, the application
4.2.5 Generating the Client Static Library → The client static library ( libclntst11.a ) is not generated during installation. If you want to link the applications to the client static library, you must first generate it as follows: Switch user to oracle. Set the ORACLE_HOME environment variable to specify the Oracle home directory used by the Oracle Database installation. For example: Bourne, Bash, or Korn shell: $ ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle/product/11.1.0/db_1
4.3.2 Configuring Oracle Label Security → If you installed Oracle Label Security, you must configure it in a database before you use it. You can configure Oracle Label Security in two ways; with Oracle Internet Directory integration and without Oracle Internet Directory integration. If you configure Oracle Label Security without Oracle Internet Directory integration, you cannot configure it to use Oracle Internet Directory at a later stage.
4.3.6 Configuring Secure Sockets Layer → Oracle highly recommends you configure and use a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to ensure that passwords and other sensitive data are not transmitted in clear text in HTTP requests. See Also: \"Using SSL\" and \"Enabling SSL\" in Oracle Database Advanced Security Administrator's Guide for more information on configuring and using SSL \"SSL Usage Issues\" in Oracle Database Advanced Security Administrator's
4.5.5 Configuring Oracle HTTP Server in a New Installation → postinstallation steps if: This is a new installation of Oracle Application Express (that is, you are not
4.2.6 Direct NFS Client → Network-attached storage (NAS) systems use NFS to access data. You can store data files on a supported NFS system. With Oracle Database 11 g, instead of using the operating system kernel NFS client, you can configure Oracle Database to access NFS V3 servers directly using an Oracle internal Direct NFS client. If Oracle Database is unable to open an NFS server using Direct NFS, then Oracle Database
4.5.1 Restarting Processes → After you install Oracle Application Express, you need to restart the processes that you stopped before you began the installation, such as listener and other processes. In addition, restart Oracle HTTP Server.
4.5.2 Choosing an HTTP Server → In order to run, Oracle Application Express must have access to either the embedded PL/SQL gateway or Oracle HTTP Server and mod_plsql. Topics in this section include: About the Embedded PL/SQL Gateway About Oracle HTTP Server and mod_plsql About Password Security 220.127.116.11 About the Embedded PL/SQL Gateway The embedded PL/SQL gateway installs with Oracle Database 11 g. It provides the Oracle database