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Using research notes and Oracle documentation plan and execute an upgrade of an installation of Oracle 10g to Oracle 11g release 1. To do this you must show in screen shots and written notes

(a)    Your planning notes

(b)   Pre-upgrade validation of DB

(c)    Create a unique user and unique tablespace for that user and associated datafile.

(d)   Your EM screen for your 10g User Tablespaces. To do this you must use the supplied Schema, load it into your 10g instance under a unique user name, and then load data into it - choose your own user name.

(e)   Execute the upgrade using the notes provided and using course book and Oracle online help

(f)    Show a migration of the data you had in 10g now available in 11g instance.

(g)   Post-upgrade validation of DB.

 

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