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sql*net connection [message #367580] Wed, 02 December 1998 11:28 Go to next message
don parker
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Registered: December 1998
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Does anyone know what the sql*net connect string should be for connecting to an oracle db on line using ms visual foxpro or access. Oracle and the web are new to me and so far I have not found much information about defining the connect string
Thanks.
Re: sql*net connection [message #367584 is a reply to message #367580] Mon, 04 January 1999 08:21 Go to previous message
vijay Kumar
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Registered: January 1999
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You haven't mentioned about your ORACLE SERVER. If
it is on Unix OS , then your connect string after
giving username and password is:

t:TCP/IP:SID

where TCP/IP is the address of your machine and SID is Your oracle database name to which you want to connect.

Vijay
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