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Hello,

Please let me hear some knowledge about what is the difference between deleting the instance/database through the oracle database tool and if i just go directly to the database directory on the server and delete it manually from windows explorer, would it make any difference/s ?

Thanks in advance,

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LuckyLuciano
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yes. there some difference.

here has the details.

http://my.kharkov.org/docs/oracle/nt.816/a73010/deinstal.htm
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Big thanks to Danielzt
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The URL is broken now. Could you post it again?
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