Understanding the Oracle Network Architecture

 Posted by mc123 on 04/26/2010 under Books category
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Understanding the Oracle Network Architecture

"Oracle Net has to be there in both clients and server. Configuration of Oracle Net on server side is actually the development of listener.ora file. Configuration of Oracle Net on the client side is actually the development of tnsnames.ora file. Oracle Net takes care of all different types of Network protocols. Server and clients know how to speak with Oracle Net and Oracle Net knows all different Network languages. tnsnames.ora file contains the resolution of 'Net Service Name' or 'Connect String' that we will use to connect to Oracle Server."


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