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Also, it's not very polite to go on about what people don't know, when they've answered your question. How you set up your systems is totally different from mine, so any info I give you is going to be wrong for you to use.
If you're having problems doing an installation, contact Oracle...you're paying for support, so use it. Otherwise, you were pointed to the documentation several times, and won't reference it.
Don't forget that you said to me: Ok..if you need documentation from Oracle, get it from Oracle. It's on their web site, and probably on the CD/DVD/download you have with the software....
Really, these words make me angry
The meaning of your words: Seems that you said to me ( Why you ask here? , Go to Oracle ).
May be you are right . . However, your reply was not polite.
You forgot your first reply and now you angry with me for my reply.
It is the first time for me to reply someone like this , But your first reply is the reason.
Anyway , may be you didn't mean this and really this is not my way.
I'd like to apologize to all members (Sorry to waste your time)
Right...that's exactly what I said. You clearly said
I need documentation from Oracle regarding to this.
So I pointed you to Oracle. I even suggested you look on the package you already have, as all of it is probably there too. If it makes you mad to have someone answer your question, you probably shouldn't ask it, nor read an insult into a reply, when none is there.