Oracle DB installation – Windows

You have to download Oracle Database server software from Oracle website as per your operating system. Here we have downloaded 11g R2 64bit version.

Oracle Database 11g Release 2 (11.2.0.1.0) for Microsoft Windows (x64)
win64_11gR2_database_1of2.zip (1,213,501,989 bytes)
win64_11gR2_database_2of2.zip (1,007,988,954 bytes)

After downloading the above two files, extract them in a single directory database and under that you will find the following sub-directories.

Files

Step 1

Launch the Oracle Database Installer using the setup file. You can provide your email ID and check the checkbox as shown in the following screenshot. Click the Next button.

oracle_install_step1

Step 2

Select the first option Create and Configure Database using the radio button and click the Next button to proceed.

oracle_install_step2.jpg

Step 3

Select the Desktop Class option as we not not installing on server and click the Next button to proceed.

oracle_install_step3.jpg

Step 4

Provide a location, where you will install the Oracle Server. Just modify the Oracle Base and the other locations will set automatically. You will also have to provide a password, this will be used by the system DBA. Once you provide the required information, click the Next button to proceed.

oracle_install_step4.jpg

Step 5

Again, click the Next button to proceed.

oracle_install_step5.jpg

Step 6

Click the Finish button to proceed. This will start the db server installation.

oracle_install_step6.jpg

Step 7

This will take a few moments, until Oracle starts performing the required configuration.

oracle_install_step7

Step 8
Here, Oracle installation will copy the required configuration files.

oracle_install_configuration1

Once the database files are copied, you will see the below dialogue box. Click the OK button.

oracle_install_configuration2.jpg

Once installation completed, you will see the below final window.

oracle_install_step8

Now verify your installation. open command prompt, use the below command.

sqlplus “/ as sysdba”

Commandprompt

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