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can we install oracle 10g in windows7 and windows8 in one machine [message #635661] Sun, 05 April 2015 13:29 Go to next message
rahuljadhav90963@gmail.co
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hi sir,
can we install oracle 10g in windows 7 and windows 8 in two different account in one machine
Re: can we install oracle 10g in windows7 and windows8 in one machine [message #635662 is a reply to message #635661] Sun, 05 April 2015 13:53 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Michel Cadot
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Yes if you know how to install and use Windows 7 and Windows 8 in a single machine and these are supported editions of Windows for the Oracle products you want to install.

Re: can we install oracle 10g in windows7 and windows8 in one machine [message #635663 is a reply to message #635662] Sun, 05 April 2015 17:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
BlackSwan
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Oracle 10g is obsoleted, no longer supported and never certified on Windows 8.
So if/when you have any problems You're On Your Own (YOYO)!
Re: can we install oracle 10g in windows7 and windows8 in one machine [message #635691 is a reply to message #635663] Mon, 06 April 2015 13:24 Go to previous message
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What problem are you trying to solve? Why would every operating system account use its own database?

Do you plan to create a dual-boot machine? It would enable you to run those two databases one by one (but not simultaneously).

However, if you install one database on, say, Windows 8 (which will be a "host" operating system), you could also install a virtual machine which would run under Windows 7 (a "guest" operating system) and install another database on it. Doing so, you could use both databases at the same time, each on its own operating system.
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