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  1. #1
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    Hi all,
    I have an opportunity to setup 9iAS and DS816 on a HP-UX machine. After reading the installation guide, I recognize that a database must be created before setup the iAS. But it didn't mention about the database requirement such as tablespace, size and its option components (Time series, spatial, intermedia.....). I try to find the answer from oracle website but I couldn't. Would you mind give me some ideas?
    I'm looking for your reply
    Eric

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    I choose the Typical Installation for the database. It works fine.


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    Hi,
    Thanks for your reply!
    "Topical Installation"? You mean the installation of the database server?
    I'm lookin for your reply
    Eric

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    IAS is the web server.
    Depending on what mod you want to use will determine
    your database. If youe delpoying java out of the database using mod_ose, you'll need 8.1.7 with Jserver option installed.
    Portal requires at least 8.1.6.2 with the Jserver option, but I would install 8.1.7

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    Hi,
    Thanks for your reply!
    How about DS 815? Can I setup 9iAS with DS815?
    I'm looking for your reply
    Eric

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    I believe only 8.1.6 is certified.
    If you only using mod_plsql then 8.1.5 should work.
    However mod_jserv and mod_ose require 8.1.7 for 9iAS.
    Also for portal, you need the EE for 8.1.6. 8.1.7 allows you to use the Std. Edition....

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