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Thread: 8i Enterprise Edition to 10g Standard Edition DUA upgrade ?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2008

    8i Enterprise Edition to 10g Standard Edition DUA upgrade ?

    Hello all,

    I would like to upgrade Oracle 8i EE to Oracle 10g SE with Database Upgrade Assistant. Is it possible ?
    I've already done upgrade with DUA to 10g EE for testing purposes with success.

    Below are product options from 8i EE production which i want to upgrade
    to 10g SE.

    SQL> select * from v$option;

    ---------------------------------------- ----------
    Partitioning TRUE
    Objects TRUE
    Parallel Server FALSE
    Advanced replication TRUE
    Bit-mapped indexes TRUE
    Connection multiplexing TRUE
    Connection pooling TRUE
    Database queuing TRUE
    Incremental backup and recovery TRUE
    Instead-of triggers TRUE
    Parallel backup and recovery TRUE

    ---------------------------------------- ----------
    Parallel execution TRUE
    Parallel load TRUE
    Point-in-time tablespace recovery TRUE
    Fine-grained access control TRUE
    N-Tier authentication/authorization TRUE
    Function-based indexes TRUE
    Plan Stability TRUE
    Online Index Build TRUE
    Coalesce Index TRUE
    Managed Standby TRUE
    Materialized view rewrite TRUE

    ---------------------------------------- ----------
    Materialized view warehouse refresh TRUE
    Database resource manager TRUE
    Spatial TRUE
    Visual Information Retrieval TRUE
    Export transportable tablespaces TRUE
    Transparent Application Failover TRUE
    Fast-Start Fault Recovery TRUE
    Sample Scan TRUE
    Duplexed backups TRUE
    Java FALSE
    OLAP Window Functions TRUE

    Best Regards Arkadiusz Masny

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2007
    Cyberjaya,kuala lumpur
    yes it is possilbe....

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