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Can we register RMAN for 10g database on catalog database is on 9i.
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No, its not possible otherwise

http://www.dbasupport.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-43558.html

Doc ID: Note:73431.1

So you can run a 10g catalog in a 9i db but you can't back up a db into a catalog version < db version.

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Sachin
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I concur, although the opposite is true:  9i registers under 10g.
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