ArcSDE10.1/Oracle 11gR2 guide

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02-04-2013 10:28 AM
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Hi all,

I am Anisim and i need to know the steps for Oracle 11g R2 installation (needed for Enterprise Geodatabase).

Thank for all,
Anisim
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Esri Esteemed Contributor
You just need to follow the ST_GEOMETRY install instructions.  The library is
installed with the path present in Desktop, so you must alter the library to point
to the location you specified to the listener.

In the future, please start a new thread for a new question.

- V

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Esri Esteemed Contributor
Oracle installation and configuration is a *huge* topic unto itself.  Esri documentation
only covers the ArcGIS-specific bits of Oracle configuration.  It's not appropriate (or
neccessary) for Esri to dictate how Oracle (or any other enterprise RDBMS) should be
administered; the closest you'll find is the Educational Services classes, but even they
start with RDBMS installed on the machine.  The RDBMS vendor is going to be the best
instructor for best practices in their enironment.

- V
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Oracle installation and configuration is a *huge* topic unto itself.  Esri documentation
only covers the ArcGIS-specific bits of Oracle configuration.  It's not appropriate (or
neccessary) for Esri to dictate how Oracle (or any other enterprise RDBMS) should be
administered; the closest you'll find is the Educational Services classes, but even they
start with RDBMS installed on the machine.  The RDBMS vendor is going to be the best
instructor for best practices in their enironment.

- V


Thank you very much!
Please, i need a short documentation with minimum Oracle requirements for ArcSDE. I do not need a complete documentation for Oracle administration.
Please help me!

Thank you very much!
Anisim
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Esri Esteemed Contributor
EVERY Oracle install contains the minimum requirements for ArcGIS (or can be
easily updated to contain the missing packages).  You really need to understand
the underlying database to get your best value out of ArcSDE. Unfortunately,
there is no short-cut to learning Oracle -- you just need to do it (or choose a
different RDBMS with a less steep learning curve [they're all pretty steep]).

As a 24+ year Oracle DBA I am among the least likely on the planet to be
giving advice on simple install techniques (I tweak *everything*, and I tweak
differently at every site, and I doubt I could explain why I did what I did what
I did in under a week).  There are nearly 5 million hits for a search on "oracle
install tutorial", but the first page looks like there's pretty good stuff to be
had right there.

- V
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EVERY Oracle install contains the minimum requirements for ArcGIS (or can be
easily updated to contain the missing packages).  You really need to understand
the underlying database to get your best value out of ArcSDE. Unfortunately,
there is no short-cut to learning Oracle -- you just need to do it (or choose a
different RDBMS with a less steep learning curve [they're all pretty steep]).

As a 24+ year Oracle DBA I am among the least likely on the planet to be
giving advice on simple install techniques (I tweak *everything*, and I tweak
differently at every site, and I doubt I could explain why I did what I did what
I did in under a week).  There are nearly 5 million hits for a search on "oracle
install tutorial", but the first page looks like there's pretty good stuff to be
had right there.

- V


Thank you very much!

I used a custom installation, and I was able to escape the tables.

I think <Sample schema> option add all the tables into repository.

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Hi for All,

I have a following configuration:
  1. Windows 2008 Server
  2. ArcGIS Desktop Standard + Oracle client x32
  3. ArcSDE + Oracle 11gR2
  4. I copied st_shapelib.dll into "C:\app\curs\product\11.2.0\dbhome_2\BIN\"

Into tnsname.ora I put st_geometry library:
(ENVS = "EXTPROC_DLLS=C:\app\curs\product\11.2.0\dbhome_2\BIN\st_shapelib.dll")

When I try to create a enterprise geodatabase using <Create Enterprise Geodatabase> I get the following message:

The ST_Geometry shape library path may be invalid, or the EXTPROC is not configured correctly in the Oracle instance. [ (Unable to determine current version of ST_SHAPELIB. The latest ST_GEOMETRY and dependent libraries need to be copied to the correct software location. Refer to the ArcGIS help topics for more details.
)]


What is a wrong?

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Anisim
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Esri Esteemed Contributor
You just need to follow the ST_GEOMETRY install instructions.  The library is
installed with the path present in Desktop, so you must alter the library to point
to the location you specified to the listener.

In the future, please start a new thread for a new question.

- V

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You just need to follow the ST_GEOMETRY install instructions.  The library is
installed with the path present in Desktop, so you must alter the library to point
to the location you specified to the listener.

In the future, please start a new thread for a new question.

- V


Thank a lot!!!

I am sorry, but i started a new thread immediately after it!

I am sorry!
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Hi all,

I am Anisim and i need to know the steps for Oracle 11g R2 installation (needed for Enterprise Geodatabase).

Thank for all,
Anisim


Hi Anisim,

Access the link below if you still interested to know how to install Oracle database server\client

http://forums.arcgis.com/threads/73663-Connection-to-Oracle-database-failed?p=337964#post337964

Best

Jamal
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