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Subject: How to Deinstall and Reinstall XML Database (XDB)
  Doc ID: 243554.1 Type: BULLETIN
  Modified Date : 04-MAY-2009 Status: PUBLISHED

In this Document
  Purpose
  Scope and Application
  How to Deinstall and Reinstall XML Database (XDB)
  References


Applies to:

Oracle Server – Enterprise Edition – Version: 9.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.5
Oracle Server – Personal Edition – Version: 9.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.5
Oracle Server – Standard Edition – Version: 9.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.5
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This article provides the steps to manually deinstall and install the XML Database feature into a database that is version 9i R2 through 10g release 2.  THIS NOTE IS NOT FOR 11G and above.

WARNING FOR ALL READERS: If the XML DB features are currently being utilized and you have experienced an invalid XML DB repository or installation, point-in-time recovery to a point prior to when the problem occurred is recommended. XDB should not be reinstalled if the feature is being used. Please confirm whether XDB is being used in your environment prior to attempting reinstall. 

In addition, the following DB features also use XDB: Oracle Intermedia EXIF metadata, Oracle GEORASTER, EXFSYS, Oracle Locator, Oracle TEXT with Oracle Data Mining.

 

WARNING FOR 10g R2: For versions 10.2 and newer, if XDB is invalid the xdbrelod.sql script should be attempted first. Reinstallation procedures should only be performed when xdbrelod.sql was not successful in resolving the issue.

 

WARNING FOR 11G: This Note is not for 11g.

Scope and Application

This article is for DBA’s that need to remove, install and/or reinstall the XDB feature into an existing Oracle database.

How to Deinstall and Reinstall XML Database (XDB)

XDB Reload Procedures for 10.2 and above.

SQL> conn / as sysdba

SQL> Shutdown Immediate;

SQL> Startup upgrade;

SQL> @?/rdbms/admin/xdbrelod.sql

alternatively xdbpatch.sql can be run both xdbpatch and xdbrelod perform the same actions.SQL> Shutdown Immediate;

SQL> Startup

SQL> @?/rdbms/admin/utlrp.sql

Then check the error conditions that necessitated the steps in the first place. If the error condition is not resolved consider point in time recovery back to before the error state existed. If that is not an option proceed to removal and reinstall if on version 10.2 and below and you have read all the warnings. 

XDB SCHEMA REMOVAL STEPS:

WARNING: The steps to remove the XML Database feature (XDB schema) will completely remove the XDB repository including any user defined information contained within it.
Therefore, if there are any registered schemas or XML Database items created, you will be required to recreate all of your user defined structures, data and re-register all schemas previously registered.

If you are running Oracle Applications with iSetup see NOTE:402785.1 linked below.

WARNING: If you are on database release 10.1.x or 10.2.x the XDB Feature is Mandatory in order to use any of the member functions of the XMLTYPE. This is true even if you are not using the repository , or registered schema aspects of the XDB feature.

WARNING: This is not for 11g.

1. Shutdown and restart the database.

2. Connect as sysdba and run the catnoqm.sql script. Maintain a spool of the
script running:

UNIX: $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin subdirectory
WINDOWS: $ORACLE_HOME\rdbms\admin subdirectory

For Example:

SQL> set echo on
SQL> spool xdb_removal.log
SQL> @?/rdbms/admin/catnoqm.sql
3. Modify the init.ora file or spfile to include the following minimums to prepare the DB for reinstalling the XDB schema:

shared_pool_size =150M
java_pool_size =150M

4. Turn on AUTO EXTEND on the XDB tablespace.
If you do not want to do this , make sure you target a tablespace with at
least
.100 MB of free space for non-UTF8 DB
.150 MB of free space for an AL32UTF8 DB

5. Shutdown the database immediate, and startup the database normal

NOTE: Failure to restart the database at this step can cause XDB catqm.sql installation to fail with an internal error similar to the following: ORA-7445 [qmr_hdl_copy()+48]

XDB SCHEMA INSTALL STEPS: 

1. Connect as sysdba and run the catqm.sql script. Maintain a spool of the
script running:

UNIX: $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/admin subdirectory
WINDOWS: $ORACLE_HOME\rdbms\admin subdirectory

The catqm.sql script requires the following parameters be passed to it when
run:
A. XDB user password
B. XDB user default tablespace  (You can use any tablespace other than system undo and temp. This tablespace has to exist prior to running the script.)
C. XDB user temporary tablespace
Therefore the syntax to run catqm.sql will be:
SQL> catqm.sql A B C

For Example:
SQL> set echo on
SQL> spool xdb_install.log
SQL>@?/rdbms/admin/catqm.sql XDB XDB TEMP

 

The Following Step is for Release 9.2.x ONLY skip to step 3 if running 10.1.x or above

2.Reconnect to SYS again and run the following to load the XDB java library.

SQL>@?/rdbms/admin/catxdbj.sql

NOTE: In order to load the XDB java libraries in catxdbj.sql, you must first have a valid Java Virtual Machine installation in the DB (JVM) and a valid XDK.
Also, make sure that the database is started with Oracle9i Release 2 (9.2.0) compatibility or higher for database version 9.2

3. If the following line is not already apart of the database system parameters (init.ora/spfile). 
NOTE:
PLEASE REPLACE ,instanceid1,2 etc with your actual values

a. Non-RAC
dispatchers=”(PROTOCOL=TCP) (SERVICE=XDB)”
b. RAC
instanceid1.dispatchers=”(PROTOCOL=TCP) (SERVICE=XDB)”
instanceid2.dispatchers=”(PROTOCOL=TCP) (SERVICE=XDB)”
etc …
c.If you are not using the default Listener ensure you have set LOCAL_LISTENER in the (init.ora/spfile)
as prescribed for RAC/NON-RAC instances or the end points will not register.

4. Check for any invalid XDB owned objects:

SQL> select count(*) from dba_objects
where owner=’XDB’ and status=’INVALID’;

COUNT(*)
———-
0

5. Check DBA_REGISTRY for XDB status:

SQL> select comp_name, status, version from DBA_REGISTRY where comp_name=
‘Oracle XML Database’

The results should indicate the correct version and patch in a valid status.

6. Restart database and listener to enable Oracle XML DB protocol access.

 

NOTE:

If for any reason the catqm.sql script fails you can repeat the steps. However doing so May result in :

ORA-04098: trigger ‘SYS.XDB_INSTALLATION_TRIGGER’ is invalid and failed re-validation

If this occurs follow the steps in article:

<331378.1> – Running catqm.sql Leads to ORA-4098 Trigger ‘SYS.XDB_INSTALLATION_TRIGGER’ is Invalid

 

 

Click here to learn about XDB/XML training from Oracle University.

References

Note 402785.1 – iSetup dependency with Deinstall and Reinstall of XMLDB
Note 558834.1 – How To Re-register XML Schemas After XDB Has Been Re-installed?
Note 742014.1 – XDB 11g Install and Deinstall Note.

Keywords

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