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Are there any resources out there (official Oracle or otherwise) that
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  • Jared.Still_at_radisys.com at Nov 3, 2003 at 8:14 pm
    What is the actual concern with it?

    Installing both EE and SE on the same *nix or Win32 box is pretty straight
    forward,
    provided you aren't trying to do so with Version 7 on Win32.

    You don't do anything special, just install them, create your databases,
    edit
    tnsnames, etc.

    If your question has to do with licensing, call your Oracle rep.

    Jared

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    Are there any resources out there (official Oracle or otherwise) that
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  • DENNIS WILLIAMS at Nov 3, 2003 at 8:49 pm
    Gary - I haven't done this exact task, but I would think it would be similar
    to having different Oracle versions on the same server. Just make sure you
    use a separate ORACLE_HOME for each and watch any other conflicts like the
    same path being used for each.

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  • David davis at Nov 3, 2003 at 10:09 pm
    We did that this year except it was 8.0.6 SE and 8.1.7 EE. No big issue.
    Other than having 2 listeners on different ports the most annoying task was
    that the method of setting the Oracle Home and associated environment
    variables for the usage by the shell scripts and the database start
    procedures initiated by server bootstrap had to be changed.

    This was a server consolidation effort.
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    Regards,

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