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Oracle Tutorials - Running CREATE DATABASE Statement Again
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How To Run CREATE DATABASE Statement Again?
After cleaning up the results of a previously failed CREATE DATABASE statement,
you can run the CREATE DATABASE statement again as shown below:
CREATE DATABASE FYI
ERROR at line 1:
ORA-01092: ORACLE instance terminated. Disconnection forced
Something went wrong again. This time it might related the limitation that Oracle 10g XE
only supports one database instance. With the default instance called "XE" already defined,
creating another database instance might be not allowed.
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