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Using Oracle 11g with Autodesk Topobase 2008.

A - answer The Oracle 11g database server is not officially supported with Autodesk Topobase 2008. But you can use this version if you comply with some rules.

You may encounter problems when you create new Topobase documents. Oracle 11g (unlike version 10g) uses case sensitive passwords. When you create a new user, Topobase converts the password to uppercase but in all subsequent operations it tries to use the original form of the password. The operation will fail.

There are two solutions to this problem:

  1. Use only uppercase PASSWORDS for your new or imported Topobase documents (converted and original passwords will always match)
  2. Disable the case sensitivity for Oracle logons. Use the SQL command:
    alter system set sec_case_sensitive_logon=false
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applies to: Topobase/MapServer 2008 ·

See also:
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Tip 6310:Oracle versions supported in Autodesk Topobase.

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