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Re: how to configure odbc for multiple user in windows...
Go to Control Panel->Administrative Tools-> right click on the data sources(ODBC) icon and click Run as... and tick the following user. type administrator in the username and in the password field, type administrator password.
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The standalone DB Configuration seems simple but can be tricky
When you configure the DB you have to use a Coded Username for the AdminSuperuser permissions "admprm$pm"! this user name makes your actual Log in username "Admin" you cannot use the admprm$pm at the Log in screen. Same with the Public User Permissions "pubprm$pm" gives read permissions but log in user name is "Public" Try the "Admin/Public" usernames if this does not work you may have to Uninstall and Reinstall. If you uninstall remember there are 2 peices of software to remove... P6 and the Oracle Database 10G
Refer to: http://www.tensixconsulting.com/2013/03/primavera-p6-database-connection-configuration-details/ For further DB Config Issues.
It has got nothing to do with Windows 7. Its just that your Oracle 9i n Oracle 10g have still not come up with the updated patches/drivers for Windows 7 RTM Operating System. They are still developing the software to make it compatible with Windows7 RTM.
First of all Apache Bridge is a Plug-in which has the ability to Integrate, Application Servers such
as Weblogic (Oracle's component)
with the Apache servers (http or web servers).
Before solving the issue you have to specify with what component or
software this error occurred. This issue is common if you have used Weblogic/ Weblogic plug-ins.
This error occurs when the Apache server is unable to communicate with Weblogic Server if you are using one.
So first you must ensure Weblogic servers/plug-ins have been
You have to check Apache error logs if you use an internal web
If there are errors, you have to configure Apache properly.
If you are using WL clusters configure and test.
Apache logs are located in /apache/logs. Check logs under Managed
Instance or Admin Server.
Make sure your plug-ins are compatible with Apache.
If you are using Weblogic, please read the manual at Oracle.
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If you uninstall the programs or Windows components you should have a backup for them before uninstalling.
If you have a registered vista cd you can uninstall all system and install again using backup copies for security.
Cause some vista in new computer don't need cd backup they have that installed.Just click backup oracle 9i and try.
You need to go into administrative tools and look for group policy.
In the local computer policy
Windows Settings > security settings > Local policies > user rights assignment. In the right hand pane find the policy for "Allow log on locally" Set the user accounts for those users which are allowed to log on interactively on the server. Be careful you dont lock the administrator account out.
Use in conjunction with the "Deny logon locally policy" if you need to.
Hope this helps