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Oracle9i Personal Edition

 
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Hi There:
I tried to download Oracle9i Personal Edition Release 9.0. I could not download it. I got page cannot be displayed message. I do not have fast internet connection also, it is just 56k modem. File looks pretty big too. Is there any other way to get Oracle9i Personal Edition? Any response will be highly appriciated.
Thanks -Bal.
 
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Hi Bal,
You can download Oracle Personal Edition for Win98 from Here. Its quite a big file and I would not recommend it downloading on 56K connection. Personal edition for Win2000/NT/XP can be downloaded from Here.Its infact a bigger file and I would not recommend it downloading on 56K connection also.
You can also order these software on CD for $39.95 a piece from Oracle store http://store.oracle.com/ .
HIH
 
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Hi,
You may also want to use a download utility program such as http://www.getright.com so that the downloading can be resumed at a later time.
Regards,
Prem
 
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Thanks for your response Muhammad and Prem. I think I got to buy it in $39.99. I do not see any other best options. When I started downloding I saw complete download time which is 43 hours. It is not goanna work. By the way Prem have you used download utility program? I mean, just for example; If I wanted to download five hours each day, does it keep track of 5 hours work of each day? and combine all downloaded files at end. It takes almost 9 days. This way too it is not gonna work and I am not sure I will have intact file. I think I must buy it. I ordered Oracle9i SQL book (by Jason Couchman) from amazon to get started.
I need one more help guys, I have windowME machine. What should I buy? I mean Oracle9i Personal Edition or other edition.
Any response in this matter highly appriciated. Thanks.
-Bal
 
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Hi Bal,
I would recommend enterprise edition (but it comes for Win2000/NT/XP Pro). EE has OEM - Oracle Enterprise Manager, which is a GUI tool useful for many Administartion tasks. Anyway, I haven't seen any edition specifically avialable for Win ME.
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Hi Bal,
Yes I've been using download utility program for bigger files but then I've also a >512Kb connection. Please note that for windows 98/ME only personal edition is available which is good enough to start with and actually contains the most of standard edition.
Regards,
Prem
[ March 17, 2002: Message edited by: Prem Somasekaram ]
[ March 17, 2002: Message edited by: Prem Somasekaram ]
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