hi,
While installing Oracle 9i,i am getting a display message that Oracle9iclient\Stage\components\Oracle.xml.parser.c\9.2.0.1.0\1\datafiles\bin.1.1.jar is missing is coming up?
Can we ignore it and go on with the packaging process,Kindly suggest,its pretty urgent.
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Your post implies that you are re-packaging Oracle Client into an MSI which, unless you really know what you're doing, is a really, really bad idea. The simplest option is to produce a response file for the Oracle Installer and then call that from an MSI wrapper, if your deployment mechanism requires MSI. If it doesn't then go with the Oracle Installer + response file directly.

There's a ton of Oracle Client stuff here in the 'Package KB' about how to create the response file and use it on a command line.

As for the error itself, it seems pretty clear to me: the OS can't find the file. My guess would be that the path to it is too long: paths can be a maximum of 254 characters in length. The path you've shown is 87 characters: is that the entire path?
Answered 10/27/2008 by: VBScab
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id suggest you did something wrong or had a network glitch during capture. I have never had those messages and I have packaged it as an msi multiple times in the past.
Answered 10/27/2008 by: jmcfadyen
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well thanx for the replies!!
In the post above i came across a comment that Oracle shouldnot be re packaged in fact we can create a response?
I am pretty novice to this field of app packaging,can anybody explain why this cannot be re packaged,infact i have created atleast 2 Oracle packages for different OS.
I think the source was corrupted and hence it said that it couldnot find these files that are mentioned above..

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Answered 10/28/2008 by: sapto123
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can anybody explain why this cannot be re packaged,
It isn't so much that it cannot be re-packaged, rather than life is simply too short to make enduring the grief involved worthwhile, especially for the newcomer. Not the least of your problems will be handling Oracle 'home(s)'.
Answered 10/29/2008 by: VBScab
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