I am running into a wierd problem while creating a database using database config assistant. It just doesn't take the keyboard input. For example, when I typed in the name of the DB that I want to create, nothing happens. Is this an Oracle bug? Is there a workaround solution to this? Any patch that need to be applied? It had happened to me once in the past, and the only way I could do was to restart the server. Well, I don't have that luxury this time around. Any help/advice would be much appreciated.
Oop, almost forget. Ours is Oracle 8.17 running on W2K server.
Must you really use DBCA to create your dbase? Why not just forget about the "bs" and create your database manually. All roads lead to Rome, they say. If you need help with creating it manually reply with your email address.
Life is what is happening today while you were planning tomorrow.
Is there you can email me the script on how to create the DB manually. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am just about giving up on trying to figure out why DBCA just hangs on me. Unfortunately, I can't reboot the server either. Would be on unemployment line if I do.