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    I have a script which shutdowns the NT Oracle database then the service on my server. I heard there is a way that if I shutdown the box it will execute the .cmd scripts and I wanted to have append my batch script to a shutdown procedure. I dont want the services to shutdown the database because this isnt succefull half the time. Any ideas?
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    Try:
    c:\> oradim -shutdown -sid ORA_SID -shuttype SRVC, INST -shutmode I

    (where ORA_SID --> ur SID name)
    SRVC --> shutdown services
    INST --> shutdown instance
    I --> "shutdown immediate"

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    Shestakov
    thanks for the response. I was not looking for that response. I have a script that shutsdown the the instance and the service but I am looking for a way to execute that script thru NT shutdown procedures.

    any ideas?
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    1) start utility in run ... gpedit.msc

    2) choose : Computer configuration --> Windows setting --> Scripts

    3) In Scripts open: Shutdown

    4) type oracle shutdown command:
    oradim -shutdown -sid ORA_SID -shuttype SRVC, INST -shutmode I

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    NOTE: it possible ONLY for W2K (win 2000)

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