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Installation Issue of Oracle

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Hi everybody

I got two issues in Installtion of Oracle. Plz hlep  me out of it

Question#1
Whenever i am trying to install Personal Oracle 8  on my machine it is always generating the same error and i am unalble to Install Oracle.

Error is:

rdbms80.map(0); FILE_NOT_FOUND while mapping rdbms80

Question#2

I have installed Oracle 8i server on Windows 2000 Machine. Now when I try to install Forms 6i, Reports 6i on a client machien that is a Windows 98 machine, I am getting the following error :
jre11.ins[32]:FILE_NOT_FOUND while copying font.properties.ja
How to proceed and complete successful installation of Oracle Developer?

Thanks and Regrads

Ahmer

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by:anand_2000v
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It might be that your CD's are not proper. Please check them and install with new CDs
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by:schwertner
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Some Oracle products are not certified to be installed on every OS.
Check in the docs if your Oracle is certified to be used on the OS you have.
Oracle 8i installations on Windows 2000 have an issue.
Use Solution 2 to avoid this:

Versions Affected
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Oracle Universal Installer for RDBMS 8.1.x


Platforms Affected
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Any platform that uses the Intel Pentium 4 processor, with the
Sun JRE and Symmantec JIT will encounter this problem. Windows NT,
Windows 2000 and NetWare platforms are confirmed to be affected.


Description
~~~~~~~~~~~
When installing Oracle *8.1.x Server Products with the Oracle
Universal Installer on machines that use the Sun JRE and Symmantec JIT, the installer
hangs.


Specifically for the Windows platform, versions of OUI lower than
1.7.1.9.0 will encounter this problem.

Likelihood of Occurrence
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Any platform that uses the Intel Pentium 4 processor, with the
Sun JRE and Symmantec JIT, OUI version 1.7.1.9.0 and earlier,  will
encounter this problem.

Windows NT, Windows 2000 and NetWare platforms are confirmed to
be affected.


Possible Symptoms
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The failure typically is that the affected application simply
terminates.


Workarounds
~~~~~~~~~~~
Solution 1.

1. Obtain patch number 1507768 from Metalink

2. unzip the patch

3. unjar the contents

4. Go to the directory


      .\cd\Disk1\stage\Components\oracle.swd.jre\1.1.7.30/1\DataFiles\Expan
              ded\jre\win32\bin\symcjit.dll


      rename symcjit.dll to symcjit.dll.ori

5. Invoke OUI and install OUI to disk


     cd ./cd/Disk1/stage/win32/setup.exe


6. Use the installed OUI to install the RDBMS


7. Invoke OUI from the start menu, and install RDBMS software.


Solution 2.

1. Create a temporary directory on your server.

2. Copy the contents of the Oracle REBMS Server CD to the temporary
directory created in step 1.

3. Search the directory structure created in step 1 for the existence of
the filename symcjit.dll.

4. Rename each copy of the symcjit.dll to symcjit.old.

5. Run the setup.exe from the \install\win32 directory and install
Oracle 8.1.x.


Patches
~~~~~~~
Currently there is not a patched installer available to deal with
this problem, one of the two workarounds listed above must be used.
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by:anand_2000v
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The problem mentined by schwertner is not for Developer
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don't delete....PAQ it....
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