Oracle Database

You get a shortcut  on your desktop after installation :
"Get Started With Oracle Database 11g Express Edition ".
That links to :

Go to Storage

The online help
( )
tells you :

  1. Connect as the SYSTEM user:

    • Type: connect

    • Enter user-name: system

    • Enter password: <password-for-system>

so you do :

and you get :







Oracle Database

Oracle SQL Developer for 32-bit Windows (This zip does not include a JDK)
(171 M)

To install and run:
   - Ensure you have a JDK installed, if not, download here
       (click the Download for JDK 6 Update <xx>, where <xx> is the latest update)
   - Download the file above
   - Extract into any folder, using folder names
   - Within that folder, open the sqldeveloper folder
   - Double-click sqldeveloper.exe


Oracle SQL Developer for 32-bit Windows (This zip file includes the JDK1.6.0_11)

so ...JDK needed :

Then you instal the oracle developer and you have it :

You can open  ...\blaxxun\CommServ\etc\sqserver.sql

and you must "Execute it"

Btw I have probs to connect and I see that http://localhost:4848
doenst work for me , so I changed for
that opens that :

so that shows that :

You install platform 7 from      cs-7-0-win-full.exe

for Deactivate the fcserver you need to add # to the fcserver with port 4004 and restart
... if still not working you need to add to all the fcservers #
and of the orserver you need to delete the # in the chstart file.

OF course run Oracle !

Change :


answer found on a forum :

  • ORACLE_HOME should be set to a directory path one level above the bin directory where your sqlplus executable file is found
  • There should be a couple of .msb files under $ORACLE_HOME/sqlplus/msg
  • There should be hundreds (not sure of the number with XE) of .msb files under $ORACLE_HOME (find $ORACLE_HOME -name "*.msb" -print ...should show them)
  • Your PATH should include $ORACLE_HOME/bin
  • All files under ORACLE_HOME should be owned by user:group oracle:dba

Btw I found the sqlPlus