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I'm using Oracle 10g XE and Oracle Datawarehouse Builder for 10g. I'm on windows xp sever. I'm trying to set up the owner and user in the Repository Assistant.  The installation process stops at 50%.  This is the information I entered on prior page

Here are my settings:
HostName: localhost
Oracle service Name: XE
PORT: 1521
Warehouse repository owner: system
password: ground0
Warehouse repository
user: uncc
password:user


I'm given this exception error "The Warehouse Builder repository owner installation failed on user UNCC. Exception occured in 'processSQLDBA Token'(../..rtasst/platform_system_rights.sql): java.sql.SQLException: ORA-O1919:role 'JAVAIDPRIV' does not exist.

UNCC has admin rights like SYS

You click OK to that error and you get another one
INS0029: Error occurred during installation. Check the log file D:\oracle\product\10.2.0\db_1\owb\UnifiedRepos\log_090404_192757.00 log for details

Attached is the log file.  
log-090404-192757.000.log
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No, I re-created the database in MS SQL 2005. Using BI with Visual Studio 2005.
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