Configuring New Oracle Database with HFM Shared Services

Hi,
We have upgrated the oracle database to new version 11g. We are using HFM 11.1.1.3 version. When I tried to configure the new oracle database with existing HFM Shared Services, the EPM Configurator hangs. Please could you clarify the below few questions before start configuring the database.
1. Do we want edit any properties or configuration files before starting the EPM Configurator?
2. If we want to edit the reg.properties file, what is the password denotes in reg.properties file(Below is the structure of the reg.properties file)? Whether I need to give Oracle database schema password?
jdbc.url=jdbc\:hyperion\:oracle\://xxxxx;
password=?
jdbc.driver=hyperion.jdbc.oracle.OracleDriver
local.value=####
username=schemaname
Thanks,
Aravindh K

Is it a new database server you are trying to configure? As if it was just upgraded then you shouldnt need to do anything.
If it is a new database server then have a read of the following doc in Oracle Support - "How To Change Shared Services Database Repository in EPM 11 [ID 976279.1]"
Cheers
John
http://john-goodwin.blogspot.com/

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