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Database Component is not Installed When Using Script Created by DBCA on Windows (Doc ID 2556844.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 10, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Database Configuration Assistant - Version 12.1.0.1 and later
Microsoft Windows x64 (64-bit)

Symptoms

When using scripts generated by DBCA to create database on Windows, component may not be installed successfully.

The issue can not be reproduced on Linux. 

For example, you choose installing component JVM in CDB and PDB, then generate scripts by DBCA.

But when using the scripts to create database, the component JVM is not installed successfully.

By checking log, error happens on step "validate_con_names" like below:

initjvm_catcon_xxxx.lst

catconInit: start initializing catcon

catconInit: finished constructing connect strings

catconInit: start CDB-specific processing

validate_con_names: some specified Container names do not refer to existing Containers:

'PDB$SEED  ★★

catconInit: Unexpected error returned by validate_con_names for inclusive Container list

catconRevertPdbModes: catcon_RevertSeedPdbMode was not set

catconRevertPdbModes: catcon_RevertUserPdbModes was not set

catconRevertPdbModes: catcon_RevertSeedPdbMode was not set

catconRevertPdbModes: catcon_RevertUserPdbModes was not set

Changes

 

Cause

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