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Are any of the Oracle Databases you manage those for SAP ERP implementations? SAP ERP6?

If so are there any default database user accounts for SAP ERP, and does the oracle database come with all the usual default accounts that a normal oracle installation would? Which table are DB users stored in on 11g?

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Please have a look to the documentation provided by Oracle for installing SAP for Oracle :

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E17904_01/doc.1111/e17466/sap_abap_erp.htm#CHDDBIIH
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