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Post-Installation Requirements for Solaris

If you are using some Oracle clients on Solaris, make sure that the ORACLE_HOME variable is set.

  1. Navigate to INSTALLDIR/Bin.
  2. Use the following command:

    ln -s $ORACLE_HOME/lib/

NOTE:  Only certain specific versions of Oracle clients are supported. Refer to System Requirements and Supported Platforms for Siebel Analytics on Siebel SupportWeb.

Setting the ORACLE_HOME Variable for Oracle 9i Clients

If you are using Oracle 9i, you must specify 32-bit Oracle OCI libraries. The Oracle 9i client installation lib directory contains the 64-bit libraries, but Siebel Analytics only supports 32-bit operations.

To set the ORACLE_HOME variable for Oracle 9i clients

  1. Specify the path to the lib32 directory in LD_LIBRARY_PATH, not the path to the lib directory, as follows:

    setenv ORACLE_HOME /export/home/oracle/9202

    setenv TNS_ADMIN /export/home

    setenv PATH ${ORACLE_HOME}/bin:/opt/bin:${PATH}

    setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH ${ORACLE_HOME}/lib:${LD_LIBRARY_PATH}:/opt/j2se/jre/lib/sparc

  2. Run the following command:

    setenv LD_LIBRARY_PATH export/home/oracle/9202/lib32:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH

  3. From $INSTALLDIR/Bin, run the following command:

    ln -s /export/home/oracle/9202/lib32/

Setting the Oracle Database for the Siebel Analytics Server Machine

If your native database is Oracle, the machine running Siebel Analytics Server must have the Siebel Analytics supported Oracle Client installed. The entry name in the tnsnames.ora file must match the Siebel Analytics repository Data Source Names defined in the connection pools for all physical Oracle databases. Therefore, the following two conditions must be true:

To check your repository connection pool settings against the Oracle tnsnames.ora settings, see the following additional topics:

 Siebel Analytics Installation and Configuration Guide
 Published: 09 September 2004