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What Kernel for SAP 4.7 nad Oracle 10

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I have upgraded my database to Oracle 10 . However , the work process are not start because they are trying to connect to an Oracle 9.2 listener . The server is Win2000 . I have kernel 6.40 221 installed . Do I have to use the 700 kernel .

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Former Member
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Hi,

you can not use 700 kernel for R3 4.7.

problem is related to DB connectivity,

search forum with oracle listener.

regards,

kaushal

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I know the problem is with DB Connectivity .

In the work process log , it attempts to prepend the Oracle 9.2 home , and not the Oracle 10.2 home .

As result the listener is refusing the connection .

The kernel is the same as that used for Oracle 9.2 but cannot find out if there are and changes to be made.

the oracle listener threads were not much use .

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For listener related issues, you should check listener.ora as it should be changed to reflect the new DB home (102_64 as opposed to 920_64 for example).

Maybe stop it and restart it to see what listener.ora file it is picking up.

Make sure your ORACLE_HOME points to the new 102_64 home for <sid>adm and ora<sid>.

If using 640 kernel, 9i client still required.

For 640_ex2, need 10g client - no longer need 9i client.

My <sid>adm user doesnt have ORA_NLS33 or ORA_NLS10 set as I'm using 10x client.

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markus_doehr2
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You either have to use

- default 6.40 kernel with Oracle 9 client installed

- kernel 6.40_EX2 with Oracle 10g instantclient

Markus