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As a Customer What would do to keep your ERP Implementation intact
Proactively define Business Process-- Take the Project Ownership
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Old 22nd July 2002, 03:52
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Baan: B4c4 - DB: oracle 8.1.7 - OS: NT
Error installing B4c4 with Oracle 8.1.7 on NT


I tried to install B4c4 on NT with Oracle 8.1.7 and when the installation is done. Nothing was created as dict directory unde BSE.

We was not able to install from the CD due to portingsets to old.

We copied the CD on disk and updated the portingsets to 6.1c.06 before starting setup from i386 directory.

Did anyone had this problem before?

What should i check to make it works?


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Old 22nd July 2002, 07:45
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Installation of BaaN IVc4 on NT with ORACLE 8.1.7

Hi All BaaN Board Members,

BaaN IVc4 can be installed in NT 4.0 with ORACLE 8.0.x versions
only because the install medium supports only upto ORACLE 8.0.x

If you want use any other higher version like 8.1.7 - 8i, you
have to install in ORACLE 8.0.5 using install medium and after
complete install of BaaN, the ORACLE DATABASE alone have to be
upgraded to new version - 8.1.7 using the standard procedure of
ORACLE Upgrade.

> BaanIVc
> --------------
At this moment it is NOT possible to do a new installation of BaanIVcx on basis of Oracle 8.1.x because the installer doesn't support Oracle 8.1.x yet.
> Workaround:
> First do a a full installation on basis of Oracle8.0.x, and afterwards upgrade to Oracle 8.1.x. Refer to descriptions before for upgrading from Oracle 8.0.x to Oracle 8.1.x.
> Availibility:
A new cd -containing a installer which supports Oracle 8.1.x will come. It is not yet known when this cd will be available.
> We have gone through the exercise for three sites and following are the issues which will come up if you follow the above mentioned procedure
> OS : Windows NT 4.0 SP 5
> BaaN : BaaN IVc4 SP3
> Database : ORACLE RDBMS upgraded to 8.1.7 using
> oracle migration tools
> Porting Set : Install 6.1c.03.01 - Update 6.1c.04.02
> Installed 6.1c.05.02 after oracle 8.1.7 upgrade
> We have migrated the ORACLE RDBMS to ORACLE 8i - 8.1.7 from
> ORACLE 8.0.5 using ORACLE native Migration / Upgrade Tools.
> The Porting Set was upgraded to 6.1c.05.02 with BAAN DB type
> selection using ora_column_format:7 in db_resource file.
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Old 22nd July 2002, 13:52
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Baan: B4c4 - DB: oracle 8.1.7 - OS: NT
Windows 2000 Server or NT

Hi Baanguru,

It is the samething with Windows Server 2000.

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