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Installation of package "DBMS_XMLDOM"

Posted on 2009-04-13
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I have to install ""DBMS_XMLDOM"  package on my Oracle server. Is downtime required for this activity? If it is required, How much time it will take?
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by:priyanka_kothari
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How to insrall the package "DBMS_XMLDOM".. Need help urgently
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That package is part of the XDB schema,

you can find the instructions for installing XDB here...


http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/B19306_01/appdev.102/b14259/appaman.htm#CACGFBEI
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by:priyanka_kothari
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Thanks.. do we need a downtime of approx 4 hours if we install it. I have o this activity on my production database server
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by:sdstuber
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no, you don't need downtime at all.
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by:priyanka_kothari
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But DBA is telling that as they have to restart the database, they will need downtime of 4 hrs fior performing the following activities
1 ) BCV sync/split/mount/test : 3:00 Hrs.
2)  Database upgradation 1 Hr.
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you can do the install after the database is upgraded and while it is running.
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