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Configure OWB Runtime Assistant

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Trying to configure the runtime assistant in OWB.  It gets to 58% then :
oracle.wh.util.DebugUtility:     No more data to read from socket
oracle.wh.util.DebugUtility:     Exception java.sql.SQLException: OALL8 is in an inconsistent state.
oracle.wh.util.DebugUtility: Error while getting old MD5 of META-INF/MANIFEST.MF
oracle.wh.util.DebugUtility: creating : resource META-INF/MANIFEST.MF
oracle.wh.util.DebugUtility: created  : CREATE$JAVA$LOB$TABLE
oracle.wh.util.DebugUtility:     No more data to read from socket
oracle.wh.util.DebugUtility:     Exception java.sql.SQLException: OALL8 is in an inconsistent state.
oracle.wh.util.DebugUtility:     Exception java.sql.SQLException: OALL8 is in an inconsistent state.
oracle.wh.util.DebugUtility: loading  : class oracle/wh/runtime/server/Util
oracle.wh.util.DebugUtility:     No more data to read from socket
oracle.wh.util.DebugUtility:     resource META-INF/MANIFEST.MF: creation (createFailed)
oracle.wh.util.DebugUtility: exiting  : Failures occurred during processing
oracle.wh.util.DebugUtility: (Spawn Token) Error loading Java into DB:
oracle.wh.util.DebugUtility: [processSPAWN]: A spawned program error. Exception = java.lang.Exception: java.io.BufferedInputStream@ec8784
oracle.wh.util.DebugUtility: [processSPAWN]: Get the error, stop processing...
 

java_pool_size is 50mb.
What is the problem, how do I fix it?
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What is the DB version? Upgrading to higher version helps.
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10g on both OWB and DB Server.
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10g is buggy! Either downgrade to 9.2.0.4-5 or upgrade 10g to release 1. I did the last and the 10g server works much better.
FYI i work with 10g on Windows 2000 Os.
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It is to run with 9.2.0.4.0 server.   The 64 bit AMD.  10g is the only OWB that runs with that server version.
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Yes,it does seem oracle has it's product more in sync on windows and Solaris at the moment than linux.
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