Installing Oracle Database 12c Release 2 on Windows Server 2012 R2

The following picture shows the structure of the folder of the Oracle installation files after extraction.

Open the folder and run as administrator start the setup

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The installer asks you to provide your email address to get the latest security issues and updates. You can ignore it by clicking the Next button

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Oracle installer ask you to whether you want to create and configure a database, install database software only or just upgrade an existing database. Because you install the Oracle database at the first time, choose the option 1 and click the Next button.

Like > Create and configure a database

> Install database software only

> Upgrade an existing database

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Next , select the type of database installation you want i.e Single instance , Oracle cluster application or Oracle RAC node configure.

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Choose the Class on which you are going to use .

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In Install type select the Typical or Advanced install

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Oracle recommends window user account .Select the following s options from them.

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The installer shows you the summary of the information such as global settings, database information, etc. You need to review the information and click the install button if everything is fine.

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The installer starts installing Oracle database. It will take a few minutes to complete, depending on your computer.

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You will see the Database Configuration Assistant window. Click the Password management… button to enter the password for Oracle database accounts.

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Once installation completes successfully, the installer will inform you as shown in the following screenshot. Click the Close button to close the window.

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Connecting to Oracle Database

Using command prompt as below.

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Congratulation! you have installed Oracle Database 12c successfully. Let’s start exploring Oracle.

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