SID List Listener
Oracle Net Basic Concepts
Remote Login Password file
SQL Plus Worksheet
SQL* Plus CLI
Accept Prompt Commands
Spooling Printing Report
SQL Plus Line Editing Commands
Steps To Change Security Manager
Configuring Oracle Net client - Exercise
Editing the tnsnames.ora file
Edit your tnsnames.ora file, using Oracle Net Configuration Assistant, and add an entry for the
You will receive 10 points for this exercise. The exercise is auto-scored; when you have completed the exercise, click the
button to receive full credit.
In order for you to connect to a database on another computer, you need to tell the Oracle Net software where that database is. You do this by adding an entry for the database in a file named tnsnames.ora. The Oracle Net Configuration Assistant utility facilitates this process.
If you have Oracle installed on a computer, and are following along with the steps in this course, run the Oracle Net Configuration Assistant utility to edit your tnsnames.ora file, and add an entry pointing to the COIN database.
Submitting your exercise
When you are done, click on the
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