Click the Download button to start the download. When the download prompt window appears, you should choose the Save option and choose a directory on your computer in which to save the MyOra package.
The MyOra package will then be downloaded and saved to the location you specified.
Extract files from MyOra package
To extract the files from the package, open the folder on your computer where you saved the MyOra package and right-click on its icon, then Extract all the files using any unzip tool.
This will open a wizard to guide you through the unzipping progress. Accept the default options suggested and the system will decompress the files from the zip package.
When the unzipping progress is complete, you will find that the process has created a new folder called MyOra-8.2 and three files MyOra.exe, readme.txt and license.txt.
Running MyOra application
MyOra 8.2 runs on Windows only. MyOra requires java 1.5 or later version of java (but not Java 9). Please make sure you have java 1.5 or later Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installed on the local computer (but not Java 9).
Make sure you have downloaded Oracle JDBC Driver ojdbc14.jar or ojdbc5.jar or ojdbc6.jar and copied it to a folder where MyOra.exe file is located.
To start MyOra application double click MyOra.exe file.
To create shortcut to MyOra application, open the folder on your computer where you have extracted the MyOra.exe file and right-click on its icon, then scroll the cursor to Send To then on to Desktop (Create shortcut).
If Java Runtime Environment does NOT exist on the computer, then MyOra message Dialog box appears.
Resolution (Error #001):
The dialog box has a link to Sun java website download center. You can download and install latest version of Java (but not Java 9). After successful installation of java, you can start MyOra application by double clicking MyOra.exe file.
Errors & Resolution
If a version of java lower than 1.5 exists on the computer, then MyOra message Dialog appears.
Resolution (Error #002):
You need to install Java 1.5 or higher version of Java (but not Java 9) on the computer. From Sun java website download center you can download and install latest version of Java. Link to Sun java website download center is http://java.sun.com/getjava/download.html
After successful installation of java, you can start MyOra application by double clicking MyOra.exe file.
MyOra requires java 1.5 or later version of java (but not Java 9). Please make sure you have java 1.5 or later Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installed on the local computer, (but not Java 9).
Note: Add 'java path' to the path variable. Don't delete the existing path variable, place a ";" at the end of the existing one and then add the java path.
A Java path is shown below just for information (the actual path depends on Java verison on your computer).
Extract files from MyOra-8.2.zip package into a folder.
Copy loginHistory.txt and sqlHistory.txt files from the folder (where MyOra 1.0.2 or MyOra 1.0.4 or MyOra 2.0.0 or MyOra 3.0 or MyOra 3.5 or MyOra 4.0 or MyOra 4.5 or MyOra 5.0 or MyOra 5.1 or MyOra 5.5 or MyOra 6.0 or MyOra 6.4 or MyOra 7.0 or MyOra 7.5 or MyOra 8.0 was run from) to a folder (where MyOra 8.2 will run from).
MyOra 8.2 will not create new loginHistory.txt and sqlHistory.txt files, instead it reads old loginHistory.txt and sqlHistory.txt files.
If you are currently using MyOra 1.0.2 or 1.0.4 or 2.0.0 or 3.0 or 3.5 or 4.0 or 4.5 or 5.0 or 5.1 or 5.5 or 6.0 or 6.4 or 7.0 or 7.5 or 8.0 and you want to migrate Login History & SQL History to MyOra 8.2.