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Oracle Portal ER-Diagram

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Hi there! I am looking for a complete (default) Entity Relationship diagram for a Oracle Portal.
Any idea where I can get hold of this?
Is there anyone out there with a Oracle Portal up and running who would be kind enough to make a screen capture or db export of the default database semantics?

Thanks in advance

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Guess it was harder to get an answer to this one than I expected.
Should I up the points or what...admin give me a hint would ya.
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Well it took awhile but I found the answer my self .. ;)

Oracle® Database Sample 10g Release 1 (10.1) Part No. B10771-01

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However I would appriciate if some one had a working portal schema, since the one provided is just a sample schema.

Thanks in advance


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