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OWB oracle warehouse builder | How to start / Stop this?

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Please give me the command line options for Starting and Stopping oracle warehouse builder in *inx environment.

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Never used Warehouse Builder.  Just responding to a neglected question alert.

What pieces or parts are you wanting to stop/start?

If you are talking about a Control Center Service, take a look in the docs:
https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E11882_01/owb.112/e17130/control_ctr_mgmt.htm#WBINS26413
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Thanks Steve.
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