Oracle Workspace Manager (OWM) Clean Up in Oracle Database 11.2-12.2

I have blogged about Oracle Workspace Manager (OWM) clean up in Oracle Database 11.2-12.2 just a few weeks ago: https://mikedietrichde.com/2017/06/28/uninstalling-owm-from-a-multitenant-container-database/ Yet I didn’t cover all currently supported releases from Oracle Database 11.2.0.4 to Oracle Database 12.2.0.1. Therefore as part of my “Clean Up” blog series I will repeat myself just a bit but in a consistent format. Oracle Workspace Manager (OWM) Clean Up in Oracle Database 11.2-12.2 Before you start removing anything from your database please make sure you read my introductory blog post about how to Remove and Clean Up Components from Oracle 11.2 – 12.2 . You’ll find…

Uninstalling OWM from a Multitenant container database

Caution Let me put a warning first: The intention of this blog post is NOT to recommend to uninstall anything just “because”. It is meant only as a guidance and explanation how to uninstall a component in an Oracle Multitenant container database deployment correctly without braking anything. And as this is not documented yet clearly, I bring up this blog post. Oracle Workspace Manager Oracle Workspace Manager (OWM) is a pretty cool feature of the Oracle Database. It does not require an extra license. OWM is meant to enable application developers and DBAs to manage current, proposed and historical versions…