OS supported - Oracle 10g

Posted on 2007-10-08
Last Modified: 2013-12-19
Is Oracle 10g certified to be used in 64 bits version of Windows (e.g. Windows 2003  Enterprise Edition R2) instead of 32-bit?

Please advise. Thanks.

Question by:ee_lcpaa
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    Expert Comment

    Yes... all you have to do is to get the Windows 64 bit version.
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    Here's the link where u can download


    Author Comment

    Hi NicksonKoh,

    How about Oracle Forms 10G?
    Is there any difference? Can I use oracle forms 10g under 64-bit windows?

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    I am not sure about that. But I believe if u compile your Oracle Forms application in a 64 bit development machine, the application is then for 64 bit. If compiled on 32 bit, then the application can only be distributed to 32 bit machines.

    However, I guess that most of your client PC are 32 bit.

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