You do not install a database. You install the database software. After that, you can create a new database from scratch or templates, or clone an existing one. These are 2 seperate tasks. Unfortunately Oracle allows to perform database software installation and database creation in a single OUI session, which casues a lot of confusion.
When you install the database software, the installer automatically generates a responsefile for that session and places it under
$ORACLE_HOME/inventory/response, you can use that for repeating the installation.
When you create a database with DBCA, it offers you to save the scripts used for creating teh database, but it is optional and it is off by default. But you can create database templates from an existing database using DBCA:
Creating Templates Using DBCA
To create templates:
Start DBCA as described in "Starting DBCA". In the Database Operation
window, select Manage Templates and click Next. In the Template
Management window, select Create a database template and one of the
following options, and click Next. From an existing template
Using an existing template, you can create a new template based on the
predefined template settings. You can add or change any template
settings such as initialization parameters, storage parameters, or
whether to use custom scripts.
From an existing database (structure only)
You can create a new template that contains structural information
from an existing database, including database options, tablespaces,
data files, and initialization parameters. User-defined schemas and
their data will not be part of the created template. The source
database can be either local or remote. Select this option when you
want the new database to be structurally similar to the source
database, but not contain the same data.
From an existing database (structure as well as data)
You can create a new template that has both the structural information
and physical data files of an existing database. Databases created
using such a template are identical to the source database.
User-defined schemas and their data will be part of the created
template. The source database must be local. Select this option when
you want a template from which you can create an exact replica of the
When creating templates from existing databases, you can translate
file paths into Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA) or maintain
existing file paths. OFA is a set of file naming and placement
guidelines for Oracle software and databases. Using OFA is recommended
if the target computer on which you plan to create a database using
the template has a different directory structure than computer on
which the template was defined. Standard file paths can be used if the
target computer has a directory structure that is similar to the
directory structure on the source computer.
Follow the instructions in the DBCA guided workflow to create your
Then you can create new databases using this template as well. For this however, you need a working database, which you do not have here: How to refresh Oracle data dictionary to remove deleted tablespace and datafiles?