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RE: 10g ORA-12709: Error while loading create database character set

David Sharples

2004-03-14

Replies:
cant you just reinstall the software again - safest way I reckon

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From: oracle-l-bounce@(protected)
Sent: Sun 14/03/2004 22:24
To: oracle-l@(protected)
Subject: RE: 10g ORA-12709: Error while loading create database character set



Dear All,

Could someone send me these file from Linux 10g environment?

> On the assumption that your characterset was we8iso8859p1 the files you
may have
> lost are
> LX2001F.NLB for the characterset
> LX00001.NLB for the American Language
> LX10001.NLB for the American Territory

Thanks
Jay

-----Original Message-----
From: oracle-l-bounce@(protected)
[mailto:oracle-l-bounce@(protected)
Sent: Sunday, March 14, 2004 5:04 PM
To: oracle-l@(protected)
Subject: Re: 10g ORA-12709: Error while loading create database
character set


Hi Jay,

now why would you do such a silly thing? (nothing like getting salt rubbed
into
your wounds, is there? ;-) Sorry about the (mild) tease.

On the assumption that your characterset was we8iso8859p1 the files you may
have
lost are
LX2001F.NLB for the characterset
LX00001.NLB for the American Language
LX10001.NLB for the American Territory
(blank)         for BINARY sort
There also is a bootstrap file LX0BOOT.NLB and LX1BOOT.NLB
Yes, you can copy them from another kit of the same platform (roughly the
same
will be good enough). I'm still waiting for my 10g to boot to doubly confirm
the
filenames for 10g, the ones I gave are from 9i and they most probably remain
the
same for 10g. You probably can copy from a 9i kit.

Usde the Locale Builder in Open File by Object type to identify other
filenames
for other languages (that's what I did)
M-square

Jay wrote:

> Dear All,
>
> Version 10g, Linux.
>
> Mistakely I did delete some files under $ORACLE_HOME/nls dir and now I am
> getting
> "ORA-12709: Error while loading create database character set"
>
> Is there any easy workaround to fix this issue? I created my DB with
default
> characterset(WE...).
> Is it possible to copy the files(from some other linux installation) which
I
> deleted ?
>
> Any help would be really appreciated.
> Thanks
> Jay
>
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