Creating a Designer 6i repository
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    Can you please point me in the right direction for installing the repository for Designer 6i? I have a seperate database for all my repositories (rman, oms) on a Solaris box.

    Do I have to run sql or UNIX scripts? From which directory can I find the SQL or the UNIX scripts to run.? The documentation says create 15 tablespaces!!?!! Could this be so?

    Is there a UNIX script that does it all? Basically, all I want designer for is data modeling.

    I have indeed muttled through the installation documentation but would like a little clear insight from a reply.

    thank you very much! database is 9i
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    U should use Desiger 6i Administartive utility for create repositary,
    but:
    check all needed steps before u start this process.
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    Notes:
    I saw same incompatible Oracle Desiger 6i and Oracle9i.
    I couldn't solve that problem.
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    Thank you!

    Isn't the Administartive utility a client tool? I installed Designer 6i, rel 4 for win2k. My understanding is that this is the client. Will this Administartive utility install the repository on the UNIX server?

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    First question:
    Isn't the Administartive utility a client tool?
    YES. Administartive utility is a part of clent side installation.

    Second question:
    Will this Administartive utility install the repository on the UNIX server?
    YES.
    It's doesn't matter on what kind of type OS u installed Oracle server.
    U should have only valid entry to that server in tnsnames.ora file.

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