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Oracle Warehouse Builder 9.2.0.2.8 and Workflow 2.6.2 on linux

Hi there,

I downloaded OWB_9.2.0.2.8_linux.tar.gz from here:
http://otn.oracle.com/software/produ...use/index.html

In the above download I found OWB installation documentation.

In the OWB installation documentation,
I see evidence that Oracle Warehouse Builder (runtime portion) makes use of
"Oracle Workflow".

It does not mention a version though.
It does say that Workflow is neccessary.

The documentation for Workflow was easy to find here:
http://otn.oracle.com/pls/db92/db92....page#index-WOR

I'm not sure where to find the Workflow software though.

The documentation for Workflow suggests that it is installed
via OUI rather than a simple unzip (as used by JDeveloper for example).

In http://metalink.oracle.com, I found evidence that Workflow is
not a standalone product but that it is bundled with other products.

I also found evidence that it lives in a directory named "ofw"
once it is installed.

I did not find mention of workflow in any of the download areas
so I'm curious if any of you have installed it and if yes,
where did you get it?

I hate to be a whiner, but OWB product mgt has dropped the ball here.

I spent a day setting up my OWB POC environment and here I am
near the end of the installation and I can't find a critical piece of software
and the OWB installation documentation gives no clue where to get
the software or if it even has a part number.
The same can be said for the Workflow software.

Do these products have product managers?

-moi
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Hi,

I found Workflow 2.6.2 on the 9.2.0.1 Database cdrom set.

You get to it by picking
Enterprise Edition and then custom.

-moi
Jul 19 '05 #2

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