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If you have a dbca template to create a database for version 12.1, will it also work for creating a database on 12.2 binaries?

Will it also work for creating a database on 11g binaries?

  • I have a set_oracle_env.sh script. When I want to set the Oracle environment variables i source it with the sid name. As in ". /home/oracle/scripts/bin/set_oracle_env.sh mysid". If you do that there should be no reason to use a different Oracle home to use the dbca. Set your environment to point to the version of Oracle that you want and run the dbca from that Oracle home. – Gandolf989 Jun 28 '17 at 15:41
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The information in templates includes database options, initialization parameters, and storage attributes. I use scripts instead, but from what I can see in $ORACLE_HOME/assistants/dbca/templates they are XML files which should translate to the creation of your CREATE DATABASE statement as well as init.ora which hasn't changed between 12.1 and 12.2 apart from a few deprecated parameters.

I would imagine it's not downward compatible to 11g, but there's no harm in trying?

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