I just istalled oracle 8.1.7 r3 on on solaris 8 intel when I try to execute SqLplus I get the following error message not found..
how can a fix ths?? I'm getting this messsage while logged on as oracle
/bin/ksh: sqlplus: not found
You don't have sqlplus in your path. Make sure your oracle environment is setup from oraenv. Make sure you have $ORACLE_HOME/bin in your PATH.
Go to ORACLE_HOME/bin and try to invoke sqlplus from there,it should work.
The environment is not set. you have to add the $oracle_home/bin to PATH variable.
Hope this helps.
sqlplus error message
Marist I will give this a shot I will let you what happens..
error in Sqlplus
Knarayan, I tried to execute SQLPLUS from the bin directory and I got the following error message
Message file sp1.msb not found
Error 6 initializing SQL*Plus
Your environment is not setup correctly. You will want to find your oraenv script. This will help you setup your environment. Usually, the oraenv script is in your local bin directory (/usr/local/bin or /opt/bin). If you are a ksh or sh user, enter the following command:
If you are a csh user, you will want to:
I am getting a similar message now.
I have just installed Oracle 8.1.6 on Linux.
All my environment settings/vairables seems
to be good. I have double checked them.
In fact, when I tried to execute sqlplus from $ORACLE_HOME/bin
directory, I still get the same message
Remember the above is for the born/k/bash shells
If the shell is C shell, you have to use setenv.
If these doesn't get to be fruit full, post your env
Remember to blank your host/IP addresses from your posting
[Edited by sambavan on 10-01-2001 at 05:56 PM]
Life is a journey, not a destination!
I got this working.
The problem (I figured it out) was, after declaring the
variables, I was not exporting them....silly stuff...
Wonder what I was thinking
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