Master Note For Database and Client Certification

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  Master Note For Database and Client Certification
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     Using My Oracle Support Effectively

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Information in this document applies to any platform.


This Master Note is intended to provide an index and references to the most frequently used My Oracle Support notes with respect to Oracle Certify and Oracle Database Server/Client.

Scope and Application

This note is applicable to all levels of expertise.

Master Note For Database and Client Certification

Main Note

Note 1295603.1 Locate Database Server Certification Information on My Oracle Support


Note 763087.5 Tips for Finding Certifications in Classic Certify

Note 161818.1 Oracle Database (RDBMS) Releases Support Status Summary

Note 207303.1 Client / Server / Interoperability Support Between Different Oracle Versions

Note 77627.1 Oracle Database Server product support Matrix for Windows 2000

Note 1062972.1 Locate Oracle Database Server Certification Information for Microsoft Windows Platforms

Note 824935.1 Where To Find Oracle Patchset/Software for Specific Server/ Hardware Model?

Note 942852.1 Oracle VM and VMWare Certification for Oracle Products

Note 750215.1 Which OS File Systems Are Certified For Single Instance Oracle Databases?

Note 403202.1 Certification of Zeta File System (Zfs) On Solaris 10 for Oracle RDBMS

Note 1075717.1 Installing 32-bit RDBMS Client software on x86_64 Linux.

Note 870253.1 32-bit Client Install on 64-bit Windows Platform


Note 1194734.1 Where do I find that on My Oracle Support (MOS) [Video]

Note 971464.1 FAQ - 11gR2 requires Solaris 10 update 6 or greater


Using My Oracle Support Effectively

Note 374370.1 New Customers Start Here

Note 868955.1 My Oracle Support Health Checks Catalog

Note 166650.1 Working Effectively With Global Customer Support

Note 199389.1 Escalating Service Requests with Oracle Support Services


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