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Know whether oracle is installed or not

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Hi,
How will know whether oracle is installed or not in the unix box? The
unix box is used as the APP server.

Regards
Jul 19 '05 #1
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"Girish" <v_***********@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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| Hi,
| How will know whether oracle is installed or not in the unix box? The
| unix box is used as the APP server.
|
| Regards

depends on product (database? app server? tools?) and OS

read the appropriate installation manual to see what an installation looks
like

-- mcs
Jul 19 '05 #2

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Girish wrote:

Hi,
How will know whether oracle is installed or not in the unix box? The
unix box is used as the APP server.

Regards


Same answer as you got from me in comp.databases.oracle.server

There is no need to cross-post or multi-post. And note that
comp.databases.oracle has been deprecated since 1997 in favour of
comp.databases.oracle.*
Jul 19 '05 #3

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v_***********@yahoo.com (Girish) wrote in message news:<fc**************************@posting.google. com>...
Hi,
How will know whether oracle is installed or not in the unix box? The
unix box is used as the APP server.

Regards


This is also posted under the server board where it has at least two
responses. There is no need to post the same question to multiple
boards.

-- Mark D Powell --
Jul 19 '05 #4

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Mark ,

If you dont want to answer the question thats fine , but I would
really appreciate that if you could use more sophisticated behavior in
group. You should not have any concern about who post what, thats
something what Google Corporation would take care.
Regards

Faheem

Ma*********@eds.com (Mark D Powell) wrote in message news:<26**************************@posting.google. com>...
v_***********@yahoo.com (Girish) wrote in message news:<fc**************************@posting.google. com>...
Hi,
How will know whether oracle is installed or not in the unix box? The
unix box is used as the APP server.

Regards


This is also posted under the server board where it has at least two
responses. There is no need to post the same question to multiple
boards.

-- Mark D Powell --

Jul 19 '05 #5

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FaheemRao wrote:

Mark ,

If you dont want to answer the question thats fine , but I would
really appreciate that if you could use more sophisticated behavior in
group. You should not have any concern about who post what, thats
something what Google Corporation would take care.

Regards

Faheem


This is a newsgroup and has absolutely nothing to do with Google
Corporation. In fact it was established well before Google existed.
Google has nothing to do with this other than kindly providing some
accessibility for people who have no alternative (or simply don't know
better).

Mark is absolutely correct (and relevant) in his comments, especially in
directing the original poster to where the responses can be found.

If you really want to know more, check the group's charter at the ORAFAQ
site.
Jul 19 '05 #6

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