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    Hello friends,
    I was trying to install the client software but I am having a problem. What happened was that, I installed OEM first before trying to install the Oracle client. It should have been installing the Oracle client first before the OEM.
    So, I unistalled the OEM and attempted to install the client. During the installation of the client software, this is what I found
    Name: HOME1
    Path:OraHome1\OEM
    So I tried to delete the OEM from the path to make it OracHome1 without the OEM at the end but each time I delete it, and type HOME1 under Name(Name: HOME1)
    OraHome1\OEM appears again under the path.
    I am thinking that if I leave the Path:OraHome1\OEM and install the client in that same path, it might affect my oracle home.
    What do you think? Should I go ahead and install the client under this same path OraHome1\OEM. Will that not cause any problem in the future?

    P.S. I have already unistalled the OEM using the Universal installer so I don't know why it still appears in the path


    thanks

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    Has anybody solved any problem like this before?

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    Yes I've come across this..

    Change the name of the home directory first (i.e. the HOME1) then it should let you install to a new path.

    Once you've created a home, it will be bound to that path - even uninstalling still leaves it in the registry.

    The only way I removed it was deleting various registry keys.

    I think OEM ships with the Oracle client anyway, so just install it from the OEM CD (by client I assume you mean the Net8 programs).

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