Tony van Lingen
|| at Aug 14, 2007 at 6:24 am
DBMotive have a free tool:http://www.dbmotive.com/oracle_home_selector.php
Never used it (no windows user) - can't tell you how well it works, but
it's worth a try..
Jared Still wrote:
On 8/13/07, *Eric Buddelmeijer*
But if you must use windows, the 'Universal' (what is so universal
about it, I don't know) installer contains the functionality to
change your default home. It takes a bit of clicking around to
find it, but it is there. I believe it was somewhere on the
installed products screen.
That's a rather heavy weight tool just to change Oracle Home.
There are better solutions.
Google may reveal something.
I use a home grown app to manage this on Windows (Perl of course)
though since moving many of our databases to Linux I had had little
use for it.
Certifiable Oracle DBA and Part Time Perl Evangelist
Tony van Lingen
Systems Administrator and DBA
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