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7. The Upgrade an Existing Database option window appears next. Since you are not upgrading your database, choose No and click Next. 8. The Select Configuration Option window is next. Choose the Install Database Software Only option and click Next. 9. The Installation Summary window appears next. Click Next to begin the installation. 10. The Install window will appear and show you the progress of the installation. 11. The installation of the Oracle Database 10g software takes less than an hour. You ll see the End of Installation window when the installation is complete. Figure 20-1 shows the window at the end of a successful installation. In Figure 20-1, you can also see that the installation process sets up the iSQL*Plus interface and provides the URLs both for the normal, as well as the DBA version, of iSQL*Plus. The iSQL*Plus service itself will be disabled upon installation. You can use Windows services to locate this service and start it after making it an automatic process that starts after every system startup. You can also go to the command line and use the isqlplusctl start command to start the iSQL*Plus service.
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The Windows registry contains all the permanent configuration parameters and environment variables for all Oracle databases running on the server. Windows-based Oracle databases use the registry in much the same way as UNIX-based Oracle databases use the shell environment variables. The registry information is stored in a tree format, with keys at the head of branches, and parameters under the various keys. The keys are shown in the left pane of the Windows registry window, and the parameter values are shown in the right pane.
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You enter the registry by typing the command REGEDIT after invoking the RUN command. Click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and then click SOFTWARE. You will see the Oracle key on the left side of the Registry Editor. The following sections cover the important registry keys for your Oracle installation.
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The HOMEID key is under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE. It is the most important Oracle registry key, as it contains the most important Oracle environment variables on your system. There are as many HOMEID keys as there are databases on your Windows system. The first database that you create on your server will have its registry entries located in the HKEY_LOCAL_ MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Oracle\HOME0 subkey. Additional databases will have the subkeys HOME1, HOME2, HOME3, and so on. Table 20-2 presents some of the important subkeys of the HOMEID key. Table 20-2. Important Oracle Entries in the Windows Registry
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Entry
Oracle_Sid Oracle_Home Oracle_Home_Name Oracle_Base Ora_Sid_Autostart Ora_Sid_Shutdown Sqlpath
Function
Specifies the name of the Oracle instance on your server. Specifies the directory in which you install all Oracle products (e.g., C:\oracle\). Specifies the name for the Oracle_Home variable (e.g., ORAHOME). Specifies the top-level Oracle directory under which ORACLE_HOME and all the other directories are located. Starts the Oracle instance when the OracleServiceSID service starts. Shuts down the Oracle instance when the OracleServiceSID service stops. Specifies the location of SQL scripts. If you place your SQL scripts in this directory, you don t have to specify the full path when you invoke them from SQL*Plus. The default location is $ORACLE_HOME\ database.
ALL_HOMES
The ALL_HOMES subkey provides information about all the Oracle home directories on your Windows server. The key has values for the default home, the last installed Oracle home, and the number of Oracle homes on your server.
Managing Oracle on Windows Systems
Surprisingly, there is very little difference between managing a Windows-based Oracle server and a UNIX-based Oracle server. You use exactly the same commands for all the database activities there is no need to learn new commands when you switch operating systems. The management differences relate mainly to starting and stopping services, some backup commands, and how you monitor the instance. In the following sections you ll see the important elements of managing Oracle databases on Windows servers.
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