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Oracle Developer Suite 10g Installation

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I'd like to know if it's possible to install the Developer Suite on a 32-bit XP system? I'd also like to know if it's preferred to install both the database and the developer on a 64-bit XP system?
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Yes, it is possible.
Just now I write this answer using my laptop with installed Oracle 10g Developer suite and Oracle 9.2.0.7 Database. You can also to install what you need on 64 bits hardware.
You will get (in both cases) small troubles with the PATH environment variable and wit the Oracle Home.
I am sure you know that different products should be installed in different Oracle Homes (directories).
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