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The Configuration Tools screen is shown next. It shows the status of the various tools used to configure NET8/9, the Web server and the Oracle database. This is shown in Figure 1.15. When the database configuration assistant starts, you will see a status window showing the results of copying the Oracle base datafiles into your environment. These files are used as a "seed" database to quickly start a new instance. Rather than create a new database, load the database with the various configuration scripts. Next Oracle copies the basic tablespaces from compressed jar files to your system, then uses the control file rebuild command to give the database the name you have selected. This database configuration assistant is shown in Figure 1.16.

The second screen in the Configuration Assistant allows you to perform password management and selective account lock/unlock tasks against the new database. This is a welcome new feature, as previous Oracle systems set the passwords on critical Oracle accounts the same as the user name and gave little guidance on how to reset the passwords. The password/account management screen is shown in Figure 1.17.

If you choose to change the passwords and lock configuration for the default Oracle accounts (which is strongly recommended), select the Password Management button on the screen in Figure 1.17. Selection of this option will display the Password Management dialog box that contains a table of the default accounts, their lock status, and the entry points for their new passwords. Fill in the password management/lock table as needed for your system; then select the OK button. This screen is shown in Figure 1.18.

Once the default account passwords and lock status have been updated, the installation completes, marked by display of the End of Installation screen, shown in Figure 1.19. Select the Exit button from this screen to return to the command line.

The next section of this chapter deals with migration from previous versions of Oracle to Oracle.


This is an excerpt by Mike Ault’s book “Oracle Administration & Management”.  If you want more current Oracle tips by Mike Ault, check out his new book “Mike Ault’s Oracle Internals Monitoring & Tuning Scripts” or Ault’s Oracle Scripts Download.

 

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