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    ** MIGRATION: Win NT to Win2000, URGENT **

    Hi,

    We need to give the technical implications for migrating an Oracle Core Database and Oracle Apps Database to Win2000 from Win NT. Can you guys please share your experience and knowledge. We need to send a draft in a couple of hours about the technical implications.

    Please reply.

    1) Moving Oracle DB from Win NT to Win2000 and
    2) Moving Oracle Apps DB from Win NT to Win2000.


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    Re: ** MIGRATION: Win NT to Win2000, URGENT **

    Originally posted by quester
    send a draft in a couple of hours

    LOL
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    Re: Re: ** MIGRATION: Win NT to Win2000, URGENT **

    Originally posted by pando
    LOL
    It may sound crazy sir. That is why I am in need of your help here. We dont have much time and that is the reason why I am trying to grab some points while I am trying to read some materials on the web.
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    What is this? Outsourcing? Sub-contracting? Do we get a slice of your consultancy fee?

    "in a couple of hours" - Nice to see you're keeping up the exitement level, just like the last time . . . http://www.dbasupport.com/forums/sho...threadid=34617
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    Ya very serious company
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    Originally posted by DaPi
    "in a couple of hours" - Nice to see you're keeping up the exitement level, just like the last time . . . http://www.dbasupport.com/forums/sho...threadid=34617
    Cut and paste is a wonderful thing

    Quester do they every give you more than a couple of hours for these reports do you just like the callenge of doing it at the last minute?
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    Originally posted by jovery
    Metalink quide

    http://support.oracle.co.uk/metalink...&p_id=231876.1
    Jovery, thanks for the Metalink. I was seeing this section. I am having a specific clarification: Between NT and Win 2000 if the file systems are different, will it cause problems? I am asking this becoz I understand NT supports both Fat16 and NTFC formats, whereas Win2000 I believe (correct me if I am wrong) supports only NTFC format.

    In other words, if the data files on NT are on one file system and if the Win2000 is on another, would this cause an issue? if so how do we come over it? I do not see an answer for this in the link specified.

    Many thanks in advance
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