Oracle Net Configuration Assistant Error

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I am trying to install Oracle 11g but oracle is asking from me for Configuration Assistant and I don’t know about it please provide me some guidelines about this problem. Also tell me what is the benefit of  dorectory?

Oracle Net Configuration Assistant

The directory has not configured for this usage. It does not contain the required oracle Schema, or the Oracle Schema Version is not correct. Select how you wan to proceed.

I want to continue without using a directory service.

I want to verify the directory service information and try again.

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #121079

Oracle Net Configuration Assistant Error

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Yes you can continue with net configuration assistant in oracle without configuring directory service. You should use these options: –

  1. Select Listener configuration (see image 1)
  2. Add new listener or if have already configured a listener then reconfigure, rename or delete it (see image 2)
  3. Give name to the listener which should be unique throughout SID (see image 3)
  4. Give appropriate protocols mostly TCP and IPC (see image 4)
  5. Assign the vacant port no and finish configuration (see image 5).

After successful configuration of listener you can now up your listener services (by default initially get started) and then can create a database.

Answered By 0 points N/A #121081

Oracle Net Configuration Assistant Error

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Hi,

A directory is specialized database which is specifically made for searching and browsing, in addition to supporting basic lookup and update functions. So i recommend that you check "I want to continue without using a directory service."

You can also see the full support document from here http://www.openldap.org/doc/admin24/intro.html.

I hope this helped.

Regards,

Peter franklin

 

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