Hi guys,,i need a small help,i was packaging Oracle 10g Application,in which i encountered many 0 kb files,many of those files were of the extension .bs,shall i delete these files as they are 0 kb files......

its a set up capture..

Any idea abt wat r .bs files!

Kindly suggest!
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Hi,

I faced this case with my package , HP Bussiness Monitor......
if u delete those .bs fine our application work fine....but those files are not create at intallation time and run time.
In my case those files are going in to Lib folder....so i was kept all files.

I'm suggest y to keep those file in ur MSI.
Answered 09/17/2008 by: dannyarya
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Hi guys,,i need a small help,i was packaging Oracle 10g Application,in which i encountered many 0 kb files,many of those files were of the extension .bs,shall i delete these files as they are 0 kb files......
I *really* hope you're not re-packaging Oracle...

It can be - and has been - done but it's really only for the masochistic or those with no social life. If you have to have an MSI e.g. if your deployment mechanism requires one, wrap the Oracle installer in one. There's a ton of stuff here, in the Package KB.
Answered 09/18/2008 by: VBScab
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I concur with what VBScab said. I just went through the repackaging process with Oracle 10g and it was the stuff that nightmares are made of. I would wholeheartedly recommend creating a response file and wrapping that in an MSI if needed.
Answered 09/19/2008 by: JakPalance
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your usually one of those diehards VBScab its a fun one to repackage, i actually use this an example when training. There is a plethora of interesting CA's etc that are required for this.

Its about the only app I can think of that needs app seach, session.property, immediate, deferred and CustomActionData CA's which makes it a great candidate for training.

so unusual to see you shy away from the complex issues.
Answered 09/21/2008 by: jmcfadyen
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Well, John, you kind of make my point. You and I would most likely be unfazed by the challenge that Oracle represents but, on the whole, it isn't for the faint-hearted. The requirements I outlined - to be masochistic and to have no social life - sum up my life succinctly.
Answered 09/22/2008 by: VBScab
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