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    Does Oracle RDBMS kernel (8i) requires Java Virtual Machine to run it.

    In what situation Java related objects are created in Dictionary?

    Does Java Tools (JDeveloper) creates any Objects in Data Dictionary?

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    Hi Sharma,
    it will not create any of the java objects initailly..
    You have to create those java objects based on your requirement by running inijvm.sql .....it is available under $ORACLE_HOME/javavm/install/initjvm.sql..

    we generally (need to) run for the protal/any of the java applications...
    we can even check dba_objects for the obkjects like '%JAVA%' ....and the count(*) should return >8000...then you are fine.Otherwise deinstall and reinstall..
    Thanks.
    Thanigaivasan.

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    I am sorry it is portal not protal...
    Thanigaivasan.

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    Originally posted by Sharma
    Does Oracle RDBMS kernel (8i) requires Java Virtual Machine to run it.

    In what situation Java related objects are created in Dictionary?

    Does Java Tools (JDeveloper) creates any Objects in Data Dictionary?
    jserver is not mandatory. You can skip its installation if you want to .

    You need to install in in specific situations for example if you want to use Oracle intermedia or java stored procedures.

    Java related objects will be created only when you install jserver.

    I dont know the deal with jdeveloper. Somebody else might be able to throw some light on that for you.

    Ronnie
    ronnie_yours@yahoo.com

    You can if you think you can.

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    Thankyou All.

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    Originally posted by thanigai
    You have to create those java objects based on your requirement by running inijvm.sql .....it is available under $ORACLE_HOME/javavm/install/initjvm.sql..

    That is enough in 9i. Below 9i, there is a little more in order to install JVM :-)
    Oracle Certified Master
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