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Configuring Your Client Network

Configuring Your Client Network

Oracle Net Configuration Assistant is a tool that enables you to configure your network environment to enable Oracle clients to connect to an Oracle9i database. Oracle Net Configuration Assistant can be automatically started from Oracle Universal Installer through most installation types or manually started as a standalone tool.

Depending on the installation type selected, Oracle Net Configuration Assistant configures your network in one of the following ways:

Automatically configures your network for standard database connection methods with minimal user input

Creates a customized network by prompting for extensive input

Configuration consists of creating and modifying a series of network files located in the ORACLE_BASE\ORACLE_HOME\network\admin directory.

See Also: Oracle9i Net Services Administrator’s Guide or the Oracle

Net Configuration Assistant online help for information on running

Oracle Net Configuration Assistant in standalone mode

Selecting Oracle Net Services Configuration Methods 3-3

Configuring Your Client Network

Configuring the Client Network

The type of network configurations created with the client installation types and the amount of user input required are described in the following tables. Review

Table 3–2 and Table 3–3 and identify the network configuration that best matches your requirements and network configuration expertise:

Table 3–2 Net Services Configuration—Administrator or Runtime

If You Perform

 

These Steps...

Then...

1.Select Oracle9i Oracle Net Configuration Assistant selects the local naming method or directory Client. naming method based on your existing directory usage configuration.

2.Select Administrator or Runtime.

Oracle Net Configuration Assistant then automatically creates your client environment by configuring information in the following files:

sqlnet.ora file

Configures the client’s domain as the default domain (the TCP/IP domain in which your computer is located). This domain is automatically appended to any unqualified net service name given in the connect string.

Configures the naming methods the client uses to resolve a name to a connect descriptor

tnsnames.ora file

Configures a net service name, if the local naming method was selected above

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Configuring Your Client Network

Table 3–3 Net Services Configuration—Custom Client

If You Perform

 

These Steps...

Then...

1.Select Oracle9i Oracle Net Configuration Assistant first prompts you to select a naming method to a

Client.

2.Select Custom.

3.Select Oracle Net Services.

connect descriptor for connection to an Oracle9i database:

Perform Typical configuration. This configuration method selects the local naming or directory naming method based on your existing directory usage configuration.

Or select the local naming or directory naming method to use for accessing the databases

Depending on your selection, you are prompted for additional information. For the local naming method, you are prompted to enter a net service name, a database service name, and a networking protocol to use. By default, the database service name is its global database name.

Oracle Net Configuration Assistant then automatically creates your Oracle Net client environment by configuring information in the following files:

sqlnet.ora file

Configures the client to request operating system authenticated connections (OPS$)

Configures the client’s domain as the default domain (the TCP/IP domain in which your computer is located). This domain is automatically appended to any unqualified name.

Configures the naming methods the client uses to resolve a name to a connect descriptor

tnsnames.ora file

Configures a net service name, if the local naming method was selected above

Selecting Oracle Net Services Configuration Methods 3-5

Configuring Your Client Network

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