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    Smile Upgarde Oracle 10.2.0.3 to 10.2.0.4 + Patch

    Can someone please send me the step by step approach of applying the patch for upgrading the oracle version from 10.2.0.3 to 10.2.0.4

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    Upgrade

    Hi there!!!

    I'm not sure wich platform and OS. if you are in Linux x86 then the link bellow may help. Open and read the readme file.
    Regards
    Alexandre

    https://updates.oracle.com/ARULink/P...num_id=939957&
    In god i trust

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    10.2.03 to 10.2.04 on Windows

    Shutdown all Oracle Windows services

    Install 10.2.04 patchset (run setup)

    Startup all Oracle Windows services

    from CMD prompt: sqlplus /nolog
    from SQL prompt: connect sys/sys@db as sysdba
    after connect:
    shutdown immediate
    after shutdown:
    startup upgrade
    after startup:
    @oracle_home\rdbms\admin\catupgrd.sql

    after script finishes (it could take a while)

    @shutdown immediate
    after shutdown:
    startup upgrade
    after startup:
    @oracle_home\rdbms\admin

    You are now upgraded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lizc View Post
    Shutdown all Oracle Windows services

    Install 10.2.04 patchset (run setup)

    Startup all Oracle Windows services

    from CMD prompt: sqlplus /nolog
    from SQL prompt: connect sys/sys@db as sysdba
    after connect:
    shutdown immediate
    after shutdown:
    startup upgrade
    after startup:
    @oracle_home\rdbms\admin\catupgrd.sql

    after script finishes (it could take a while)

    @shutdown immediate
    after shutdown:
    startup upgrade
    after startup:
    @oracle_home\rdbms\admin

    You are now upgraded.

    you may want to look into modifying some of that

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