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Monday, March 6, 2017

Error from Log :

RC-20200: Fatal: Could not find Unzip. At this time only Native UnZip 5.X is supported.
Please make sure you have UnZip 5.X in your path and try again...
Cannot execute Install for database ORACLE_HOME
    RW-50010: Error: - script has returned an error:   1
RW-50004: Error code received when running external process.  Check log file for details.
Running Database Install Driver for VIS  instance

SOLUTION:
REFERENCE:
R12 Rapid Install Failing With "RC-20200: Fatal: Could not find Unzip. At this time only Native UnZip 5.X is supported." (Doc ID 1455077.1)

APPLIES TO:
Oracle Applications DBA - Version 12.1.1 to 12.1.3 [Release 12.1]
Linux x86-64

SYMPTOMS
Running RapidInstall (at the time of writing this note, latest 12.1.1.13 version). After launching Rapidwiz, he gets following error (as recorded in Rapidwiz log):

"Processing Disk1....
RC-20200: Fatal: Could not find Unzip. At this time only Native UnZip 5.X is supported.
Please make sure you have UnZip 5.X in your path and try again...
Cannot execute Install for database ORACLE_HOME
RW-50010: Error: - script has returned an error:   1
RW-50004: Error code received when running external process.  Check log file for details.
Running Database Install Driver for VIS instance"

CHANGES
 Customer's platform is Linux x86-64 (Oracle Enterprise Linux 6 - OEL6).

CAUSE
Based on Oracle E-Business Suite Installation and Upgrade Notes Release 12 (12.1.1) for Linux x86-64 (Doc ID 761566.1), unzip 5.52 is required for purposes of running Rapid Install to unzip the required EBS files as part of the installation. OEL6 is delivered with unzip version 6 installed under /usr/bin.  There is a bug in the rapidwiz execution that places /usr/bin in the front of the PATH variable causing rapidwiz to use /usr/bin/unzip instead of the packaged unzip 5.52.

SOLUTION
In a separate login session as root rename /usr/bin/unzip (version 6) to a temporary filename and then rename it back after the installation is complete.
# mv /usr/bin/unzip /usr/bin/unzip-ver6

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