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Guide to the CORBA University Sample Applications

Setting Up the Database

The University sample applications use a database (the University database) to store all the data (for example, course names and course summaries) used in the sample applications. Before you can build and run the University sample applications, you need to install and set up the database.

This appendix describes the setup process for the database. For details about the steps, see the product documentation for the database you are using.

Database Support

The University sample applications shipped with version 4.2 of the BEA Tuxedo software can be used with Oracle version 7.3.3 or greater. Table A-1 lists what version of Oracle is supported on each operating system.

Version

Operating System

Version of Oracle Database Supported

Solaris SPARC version 2.6

Oracle version 7.3.4 Enterprise Edition for Sun SPARC

Solaris SPARC version 7.0

Oracle version 7.3.4 for Solaris version 2.7

HP-UX version 10.20

Oracle version 7.3.3 for HP-UX version 10.20

HP-UX version 11.0

Oracle version 8.0 for HP-UX version 11.0

IBM AIX version 4.3.2

Oracle version 8.0.4 for IBM AIX

Compaq Tru64

Oracle version 7.3.3 for Compaq Tru64

Sequent version 4.4.2

Oracle version 8.0.4 Client for Sequent Dynix

SGI IRIX version 6.5 IP27

Oracle version 8.0.4 Client for SGI IRIX

Windows NT/Intel version 4.0

Oracle version 7.3.3. for Windows NT and Oracle version 8.0 for Windows NT

Windows NT/Alpha version 4.0

Oracle version 7.3.3.0 for Windows NT and Oracle version 8.0 for Windows NT

Setup Instructions for the Oracle Database

You can use the Oracle database in the following manner:

Setup for Local Database Instance

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If you are using a local instance of the Oracle database, you need to install the following Oracle components:

Use the default database created by the Oracle installation program. You need the connection string for the Oracle database and the default user ID and password. Refer to the Oracle product documentation for information about obtaining this information.

Once the Oracle software is installed, you need to start the daemon for the Oracle database. The daemon is generally started as part of the start-up process for your machine. You also need to enable an XA resource manager and set privileges so that the XA resource manager can manage the interaction between the Oracle database and the sample applications (v$xatrans$).

Enter the following command to enable an XA resource manager that works with the University sample applications:

Note: Enter the following additional command only if you are using version 8.0 of the Oracle database.

where user is the default user of the Oracle database.

For more information about performing these steps, see the Oracle product documentation.

Instructions for initializing the Oracle database are included in the descriptions of building the individual sample applications.

Setup for Remote Database Instance

If you are using a remote instance of the Oracle database (for example, a database running on another machine), you need to install the following Oracle components:

In order to use a remote instance of the Oracle database, you need to define an alias for the database. You need the following information:

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Use the SQL *Net Easy Configuration Utility to define an alias for the remote instance of the Oracle database. For more information about performing these steps, see the Oracle product documentation.

The database you are accessing needs an XA resource manager enabled with privileges that allow interaction between the database and the sample applications (v$xatrans$).

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Enter the following command to enable an XA resource manager that works with the University sample applications:

Note: Enter the following additional command only if you are using version 8.0 of the Oracle database.

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where user is the default user of the Oracle database.

Instructions for initializing the Oracle database are included in the descriptions of building the individual sample applications.

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How to check if your Oracle CLIENT software is 32-bit or 64-bit
On Windows:
Option 1:
If you're logged into SQL Plus, the banner will tell you 64-bit if the 64-bit version is installed. If it does not specify 64-bit, then it is 32-bit (even though it does not explicitly say so).
Open a Windows command (cmd) prompt and run:
sqlplus / as sysdba
If nothing is found on your the machine, then the client is not installed.
or...
Rt-Click on Computer ---> Properties --> Advanced system settings -->Advanced Tab ---> Environment Variables --> then check Path Option in the System variables to see Oracle client HOME dir.
Option 2:
Bring up a command line prompt.
cd into the Oracle client directory. In the Oracle client directory, there should be a bin folder. In the bin folder, there should be an executable called tnsping.exe
If you run this utility without any command line options it will tell you what version is installed. The bit level shown is the bit level of the Oracle client. This will display client information and should note 64-bit or 32-bit.
Option 3:
If the two directories $ORACLE_HOME/lib32 and $ORACLE_HOME/lib are existing then it is 64-bit. If there is only an ORACLE_HOME/lib directory then it is a 32-bit client.
*Note: In newer versions of the client, the library is not included and this directory may not exist.
Option 4:
a. Open the Registry by selecting Start Run and entering REGEDIT
b. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software
c. Check for an Oracle node. Verify the ORACLE_HOME variable.
-- If found this indicates that the client specified here is 64bit. Note the path of the ORACLE_HOME variable and the name.
d. Further, check to see if there's a WOW6432Node node. If so, does that have an Oracle node within it? Verify if there is also an ORACLE_HOME variable also.
-- If found, this indicates that the client specified here is 32-bit.? Note the path of the ORACLE_HOME variable and the name.
When accessing the Oracle client, make sure you're accessing the correct client based off the HOME name and the PATH.
On UNIX/Linux:
Option 1:
If you see the '64bit' string in V$VERSION it means Oracle 64-bit is running.
SQL> select * from v$version;
BANNER
----------------------------------------------------------------
Oracle Database 10g Release 10.2.0.4.0 - 64bit Production
PL/SQL Release 10.2.0.4.0 - Production
CORE 10.2.0.4.0 Production
TNS for Linux: Version 10.2.0.4.0 - Production
NLSRTL Version 10.2.0.4.0 - Production
If you have NO '64bit' string in V$VERSION it means Oracle 32-bit is running.
Option 2:
cd $ORACLE_HOME/bin
Run the command:
file sqlplus
OR
file sqlldr
OR
file expdp
Note: As the Oracle client should always match the Oracle database server bit level if it says 32-bit and you are running a 64-bit OS you can expect problems.