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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2001
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    Hi all!

    Working on Oracle v8i 8.1.6.0.0 with OS as NT.

    Query:

    1.What is a TOAD Tool! Does it realy help to analyze tables or indexes!

    2.What is the functionality of DATAGATHERER in Oracle!

    2.I keep on getting this error mesg:

    Eventlog Service:

    The Application log file is full.

    3.Consider the following scenario:

    When I started from the NT Services Dialog box:

    OracleOracle8imanagementserver

    Oracle gave this error:

    "COULD NOT START ORACLEORACLE8IMANAGEMENTSERVER SERVICE ON \\ BIAC-04".

    "ERROR:0203; THE SYSTEM COULD NOT FIND THE ENVIRONMENT OPTION THAT WAS ENTERED".

    Now what is this Environment option here!Where do I have to set it!

    Any idea what could have gone wrong.

    What should be done to resolve the above error.


    3.Under what scenarios,could we delete views.

    Thanks&Regards,

    Amit.




  2. #2
    Join Date
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    I think TOAD is excellent and it can help you with NUMEROUS DBA tasks and greatly simplifies a DBA's role.

    You should know how to do everything you can do in TOAD without TOAD though, just in case.

  3. #3
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    1. toad can analyze yes but when it analyze a big table the app freezes until it finishes
    2. that is for oem perfomance pack
    3. no clue, oem stinks specially with oms (or nt stinks?)
    4. may I ask when do you create views?

  4. #4
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    get your free copy of toad at http://www.toadsoft.com
    it will expire in 30 days but you can always download a fresh copy........

    Eugene

  5. #5
    Join Date
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    get your free copy of toad at http://www.toadsoft.com
    it will expire in 30 days but you can always download a fresh copy........
    Or you could actually reward the people who developed the tool and buy a copy if you use it.

  6. #6
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    Yes, I agree that you should buy the software you actually use and find useful... but I think TOAD is pretty expensive if you have to pay for it out of your own pocket.

    So for now, I grit my teeth and painfully learn how to do things manually! (Yep, I'm a "rookie" )
    Max Hugen
    Hugen Enterprises Pty Ltd
    www.hugen.com.au

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