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  1. #1
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    enabling options..

    hi freinds,

    I am working with 8.1.5 on win2k adv server.

    My v$option contains

    PARAMETER Value
    -------------------------------------------------
    Partitioning FALSE
    Objects TRUE
    Parallel Server FALSE
    Advanced replication FALSE
    Bit-mapped indexes FALSE
    Connection multiplexing TRUE
    Connection pooling TRUE
    Database queuing FALSE
    Incremental backup and recovery FALSE
    Instead-of triggers FALSE
    Parallel backup and recovery FALSE
    Parallel execution FALSE
    Parallel load TRUE
    Point-in-time tablespace recovery FALSE
    Fine-grained access control FALSE
    N-Tier authentication/authorization FALSE
    Function-based indexes FALSE
    Plan Stability FALSE
    Online Index Build FALSE
    Coalesce Index FALSE
    Managed Standby FALSE
    Materialized view rewrite FALSE
    Materialized view warehouse refresh FALSE
    Database resource manager FALSE
    Spatial FALSE
    Visual Information Retrieval FALSE
    Export transportable tablespaces FALSE
    Transparent Application Failover FALSE
    Fast-Start Fault Recovery FALSE
    Sample Scan FALSE
    Duplexed backups FALSE
    Java
    FALSE



    How to enable options those are FALSE.

    P.S : I need INSTED-OF triggers enabling immediately

    Thanks in adv
    Prasad

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    AFAIK You need to have Enterprise edition installed to use Instead-Of triggers.

    By the looks of your options you have standard version installed.

    HTH
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    jovery,

    it is 8i ee not std ..

    Any more suggestions ?
    Prasad

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    Can you show the output from the following

    Code:
    SELECT * FROM v$version;
    Jim
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    javery,

    Kindly check the following

    Oracle8i Release 8.1.5.0.0 - Production
    PL/SQL Release 8.1.5.0.0 - Production
    CORE Version 8.1.5.0.0 - Production
    TNS for 32-bit Windows: Version 8.1.5.0.0 - Production
    NLSRTL Version 3.4.0.0.0 - Production
    Prasad

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    Yep, it should read
    Oracle8i Enterprise Edition Release 8.1.5.0.0 - Production
    Tomaž
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    As Tomazz said (and I initally noted) you are using the standard version NOT enterprise edition.

    You will need to upgrade to EE to take advantage of the features your want.

    Regards
    Jim
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    Ya..that's right. You need to upgrade to EE and here u will have more options than the standard one. Have seen most of the features are enabled in EE version than standard but database size requirement could be a bottleneck.

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