Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Installing OBIEE10g on windows 7 64 bit

Be sure you only have a 32 bit java JDK installed, else you might run into trouble starting the javahost as a service.

Check your PATH variable if it “sees” the JDK.

Till Next Time


Anonymous said...

Do the Client tools work on 64bit yet?

John Minkjan said...

@Anonymous, there is a seperate client toolsset you can download from OTN.



Oren said...

Can you please give a path to where I can download the separate toolset for OBI? Also, it's worth noting that we're using OBI 10 and not 11.

Again, I'm using Win 7 64bit and need to install OBI so I can see prd files, etc.