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Issue with DBUA - Trying to upgrade from 10g to 11g EE

Hello folks,

It's me again...lol. I had the oracle 10g installed on my computer and I need to upgrade to Oracle 11g.

In order to upgrade, I installed oracle 11g software. I finished installing it and the Database Upgrade Assistant (DBUA) is not coming up for the 11g edition.

I obviously need to upgrade my database and as I far as I know, I need to do it by using the DBUA 11g not the 10g which is already there. I know it could be done manually but am trying to make the upgrade with all available options.

Any help is more than welcome.

Thanks!
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what is OS name & version?

>Database Upgrade Assistant (DBUA) is not coming up for the 11g edition.
While likely true, it is 100% devoid of actionable details.

my car won't go.
tell me how to make my car go.
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Thanks for the reply.
I think is kind of embarrasing for me but my boss gave me the wrong CD installer, and what I installed was the oracle client, and not the Oracle database...grr. I'll install in a little while and I'll see how it goes.

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why is it that we still do not know OS name or version?
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OS is windows7
Current oracle version 10.2.0.3.0.
Upgrading to oracle 11g 11.1.0.6.0
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FWIW - no Oracle version is ever certified to run on any HOME Edition of Windows.

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