The Home Selector enables you to easily change your primary Oracle home (the one that appears first in the PATH environment variable). If you need to switch the active home or need to perform batch work which requires a "default home" to be active, the Oracle Home Selector can be used to change the Windows NT. 2 Managing Oracle Homes. This chapter contains the following sections: Introduction to Oracle Homes. Introduction to Oracle Base. Installing an Oracle Product. Removing Oracle Homes. Determining the Default Oracle Home. Multiple Oracle Homes. Oracle Universal Installer Inventory. Home Selector ( Available on Win The Home Selector is part of the installation software. The Home Selector enables you to easily change your primary Oracle home (the one that appears first in the PATH environment variable). If you need to switch the active home or need to perform batch work.
The following topics are discussed: Installing an Oracle Product. Determining the Default Oracle Home. Managing Multiple Oracle Homes. Oracle Universal Installer Inventory. Home Selector (Available on Win32 Platforms). Global Distribution Registry (GDR) Selections. Removing or Deinstalling an Oracle Home. Aug 10, Oracle Home Selector; Author: hevesir; Updated: 10 Aug ; Section: Database; Chapter: Database; Updated: 10 Aug Aug 18, (4 replies) Folks, In Oracle 8 there is a little tool that comes with the installation for changing the Oracle Home that works with Oracle 8 and 9, but not It changes the path variable so all the right Oracle code is picked up. Is there an equivalent tool for Oracle 10? If not, do you have any suggestions on what.
Feb 18, (1 reply) Hi All, I have installed Oracle and on WinNT in different Homes. When I had multiple Oracle homes in the past there was always an Oracle home selector installed. It was not this time. How does this get installed? I want to install this portion. Thanks Rick -- Please see the official. Mar 5, What does the Oracle home selector do? Is the fact that it doesn't appear to be included with 11g a problem? And finally is Oracle locator express ( http:// ) an adequate replacement? The first place to investigate the function of the Oracle home selector. Mar 19, In Oracle Universal Installer and OPatch User's Guide it is documented that The first Oracle home is named the “DEFAULT_HOME” and registers itself in the Windows NT Registry. Remember, NT means New Technology. There is apparently a Home Selector that is a part of the installation software.