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Oracle 9i database on Windows 2000 (and Windows NT)?

Posted on 2001-08-27
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Hi.
For the life of me, I cannot find if Oracle 9i database has been released on Windows 2000 and/or Windows NT. I search high and low on Oracle.com and I see clues and hints but nothing definitive.

a. can someone tell me.
b. where should I look in the future to to definitely know.

Thanks,
Joe
joespr@viewstar.com
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It isn't available yet (except perhaps in Beta).  You can go to the 9i download area on OTN http://otn.oracle.com/software/products/oracle9i/content.html -- there's a link there to set up an alert when it is available for download on whatever system.
Good luck
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sorry, been a long time.
In any event, 9i has long since been released on NT/2000.

PS, I did register at Oracle at the time to get email notification, but never got the email when product was released. Oh well....
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