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How do I create a catalog to use with the 9i recovery manager?

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Hi Oracle Expert...
I have set up the RMAN account with the recovery_catalog_owner role, default tablespace is TOOLS, temporary tablespace is TEMP.  

I login to SQL Plus with the RMAN account.

My impression of the literature is that in SQL Plus, all I have to do is type CREATE CATALOG; at the SQL> prompt and it should set up the CATALOG in RMAN's default tablespace.  I get on error ORA-00901: invalid CREATE command.

Is there syntax that I require to complete this command?

Thanx,

TH
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Question by:GnarlyGuy
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GnarlyGuy, you have to issue "CREATE CATALOG" from RMAN command prompt, not in SQL*plus :

RMAN>create catalog;

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