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    Cloning Question

    Hi,

    When i am doing oracle apps cloing from Source to target, do i have to have the Application installed on the Target system before cloning....or else can i just clone it on a plain system with just compatible OS
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    Nope.
    Create os users. copy all the required filesystems from source to target . Run postclone.
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    >just compatible OS
    That is more important

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    Thanx for the reply.

    Also i wanted to know is there any document which would guide me for the steps to do Cloning from Single to multiple.

    Sam,
    I followed your doc on multiple to single....any do for for single to multiple cloning ?
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