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01 Apr 2015

Create Domain for EDQ 12.1.3.0.0

Create Domain for EDQ 12.1.3.0.0: In the last post we created repositories for EDQ and ODI using RCU. Today we will create domain for EDQ using config.cmd. Switch to C:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\oracle_common\common\bin location and start config.cmd. The configuration wizard will open. Follow the steps to setup it.   Select Oracle Enterprise Data Quality and let the default checked one as it is.   Remember this password as we will ...

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  • Create Domain for EDQ 12.1.3.0.0: In the last post we created repositories for EDQ and ODI using RCU. Today we will create domain for EDQ using config.cmd. Switch to C:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home\oracle_common\common\bin location and start config.cmd. The configuration ... [more]

  • Create Repository for EDQ and ODI using RCU: In the last post we installed EDQ 12.1.3.0.0. Today we will create repository for both EDQ and ODI. In next post we will create domain for ... [more]

  • Oracle Enterprise Data Quality 12.1.3.0 Installation: Nothing much to describe here. Follow the steps and you are done. In the coming post we will create repositories for EDQ and ODI 12c and subsequently domain for EDQ. My ... [more]

  • Create Project using ODI12c Groovy Script: This is a quick post based on the request coming from newbies in OTN. Using this post you will be able to create a project and mapping in ODI 12c. ... [more]

  • ODI Repository Renumber Precaution: (Oracle Data Integrator 11g) Think Twice Before Taking Actions! Yes, “think twice before taking action”; if you take action regarding something important without at least giving it a minute’s thought, you are likely ... [more]


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