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Default Installing Oracle 8i and Developer 6

Hi, frenz.
Which one should be installed first (Oracle 8i Personal edition or Oracle Developer 6)?
When I installed, both of them are in different oracle home, can they runs properly(OK)?
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No proplem in the order of instalition but must be in diffrent home and is recommended to install the database first

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usually I installed database first and then developer but must put in different oracle home and directory

 


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