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    working on 2 ora db 9i and 10g simultaneously

    Dear Friends:

    Need to know if 2 Oracle databases say 9i and 10g run simultaneously in win 2000.

    First I had 9i installed in win 2000. Later I installed 10g in a different Oracle Home. But it has not created services in win 2000 for 10g installation. It has created services for 9i and it works perfectly.

    When I install 10g separatly in win 2000 it works fine with services being defined automatically.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Regards
    chandar

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    yes they can live on the same server quite happily.

    Did you create a new database for 10g?

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    No, I went for a custom installation of 10g with starter database into a different oracle home.

    Thanks.

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    and did it create one?

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    Yes has created the database. (size 898MB)

    Thanks.

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    so whats the problem, can you stop and start it?

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    My 10g db does not start automatically. I don't find services meant for 10g in win2000.

    Like I had mentioned before I have Oracle 9i db on the same system. That gets started automatically and I am able to work on 9i.

    I want to know if I can start 10g db also simultaneously alongwith 9i so that I can connect to either one of them as required.

    Hope I am clear.

    Thanks.

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