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oracle 8i enterprise edition for W2k professional [message #90487] Sun, 30 November 2003 06:02 Go to next message
Manoj
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Registered: August 2000
Senior Member
Hi,

I have few queries regarding the above subject

1) Is it possible to install oracle 8i enterprise edition on W2k professional?.

2)can anybody give me idea about "global database names" ,"Service name" ,"SID","instance name".It always confuses me or send me some documents where i can get these details.

3)If i want to have diff service on a only i have to create a new "instance"?

Please help me out!!

manoj
manoj.subramaniam@siemens.com
Re: oracle 8i enterprise edition for W2k professional [message #90496 is a reply to message #90487] Tue, 09 December 2003 03:27 Go to previous message
David Pember
Messages: 8
Registered: December 2003
Junior Member
Hi Manoj.

Yes you can install 8i EE on W2k.

The sid and instance name are the same and is the unique name for the database within the same machine. The global database name is as its name suggests, a unique name globally, i.e. the SID plus Domain, e.g. mySID.myserver.com The service name is the name used when connecting over SQL*Net, when the database is started the service name is registered with the listener and is defined in the TNSNAMES.ORA file to enable a client to connect to the right database.

not sure about your last question. Hope this helps.
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