Technical Help
Running MyOra application
  1. MyOra 9.2 runs on Windows only. MyOra requires java 1.6 or later version of java. Please make sure you have java 1.6 or later Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installed on the local computer.
  1. Make sure you have downloaded Oracle JDBC Driver ojdbc5.jar  or  ojdbc6.jar or  ojdbc7.jar or  ojdbc8.jar and copied it to a folder where MyOra.exe file is located.

  1. To start MyOra application double click MyOra.exe file.
 
Error #001
If Java Runtime Environment does NOT exist on the computer, then MyOra message Dialog box appears.
Resolution (Error #001):
If you want to use MyOra build Java1_8andBelow, then download Java Version 1.8. If you want to use MyOra build Java9andAbove then download Java version 9.

We recommend using  MyOra build Java9andAbove. After successful installation of java, you can start MyOra application by double clicking MyOra.exe file.

Errors & Resolution
 
Error #002
If a Java version compatibility issue exists then still MyOra message Dialog appears.
Resolution (Error #002):
The reason for this error might be Java version compatibility with MyOra. To resolve this error need to download appropriate Java version.

If you want to use MyOra build Java1_8andBelow, then download Java Version 1.8. If you want to use MyOra build Java9andAbove then download Java version 9.

We recommend using  MyOra build Java9andAbove. After successful installation of java, you can start MyOra application by double clicking MyOra.exe file.

Sun java website download center is https://java.com.en/download/
MyOra requires java 1.6 or later version of java. Please make sure you have java 1.6 or later Java Runtime Environment (JRE) installed on the local computer.

Upgrade from MyOra 9.0  to  MyOra 9.2
 
 
MyOra
Error #003
If Java PATH variable is NOT set on your local computer, then the following MyOra message Dialog box appears.

Even though you have appropriate Java version available on your computer, you may still get error dialog "Error #003:" when MyOra.exe is clicked.
Resolution (Error #003):
For Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP systems:

You need set path variable on your computer. After setting the java path variable you can start MyOra application by double clicking MyOra.exe file.

To learn how to set path variable, follow the link to Sun Java website:
How do I set or change the PATH system variable?

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).
C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin;
or
c:\Program Files\java\jdk1.6.0_xx\bin;
or
%JAVA_HOME%\bin;


    Upgrade steps:

  1. Extract files from MyOra-9.2.zip package into a folder.

  1. Copy loginHistory.txt and sqlHistory.txt files of previous versions of MyOra ( MyOra 9.0  or  MyOra 8.9  or  MyOra 8.6  or old versions used to run from) to a folder where MyOra 9.2 will run from.

  1. MyOra 9.2 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 any previous version of MyOra and you want to migrate Login History & SQL History to MyOra 9.2:


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v9.2
Installation
 
MyOra does not require installation. It requires Java Runtime Environment (JRE or JVM) and free Oracle JDBC driver on your computer.  MyOra is available in two separate builds, one build works with  Java 1.6  or 1.7  or 1.8 versions and other build works with Java 9 or 10 or 11 or 12 or 13.

There two MyOra builds are available in two separate folders Java1_8andBelow and Java9andAbove.