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initplsj.sql

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hi,
    I couldn't find initplsj.sql in rdbms/admin/initplsj.sql. can any one say from where i can dowload it?
Thanks in advance
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Question by:dvabrinda
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by:baonguyen1
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Which verion you are using ?
If it is 8.1.5 release, there is no initplsj.sql
I heard that with 8.1.6, there is a bug on it.

Cheers,
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by:dvabrinda
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hi,
    I am using Oracle 9i. there is no file of that name in Oracle 9i.
    Is there something wrong in the installation or oracle 9i has an any other alternate to the file?

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baonguyen1 earned 125 total points
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Oracle say that the initplsj.sql no longer exists in 9i.

If you wan to install JVM, It is suggested that you  generate a list of scripts that need to be run by using the Database Configuration Assistant.

Hope that someone can add more infor
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by:dvabrinda
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hi baonguyen1,
 thanks for you comments. it was quite helpfull.

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