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Hello,
I am trying to install Oracle 11g R2 on windows XP 64 Bit.
At the end of the installation i got a message to set environment variable ORACLE_UNQNAME to something unique and to run the command:
C:\app\Administrator\product\11.2.0\dbhome_1\BIN\emctl.bat start dbconsole

I have created system variable and ran the command. I got error message that there is OC4J Cnfiguration error (see attached)

Any idea how t resolve that?
Mnay thanks.
 Installation error message OC4J Error End of Instalaltion
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Does your machine have a static IP address?
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Sorry, forgot to mention. The installation is on vmware.
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I could log in, created users etc..
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>>Sorry, forgot to mention. The installation is on vmware.

and?  does it have a static ip address?

>>I could log in, created users etc..

log in to dbConsole?  If so then what is the problem?
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I am not sure if the ip address is static or dynamic.
I just want to know if that error is important or no...
Thank you.
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I was able to log in to the console and to sql plus
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If you can now connect to dbConsole then the error doesn't seem to be important.  It was only a warning.
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