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  1. #1
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    hi guys,

    i want to change the parameter nls_date_format.. I know i can do it with alter session. I can also do it by changing it in the registry.. Can i add the paramter in my pfile.. I tried doing that too. I added the parameter then restarted the database. But it is not working.. Any suggestions..
    Thanks in advance..
    When the going gets tough, the tough gets going

  2. #2
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    Should be fine:

    http://otn.oracle.com/docs/products/...18.htm#2053228

    Perhaps your client tool is overriding this with the value from the registry.

    [Edited by TimHall on 01-24-2002 at 06:54 AM]
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    You need to change at registry and the pfile
    NLS_DATE_FORMAT=

    if you try to acces the database from client you also need to change/add the NLS_DATE_FORMAT at the client's registry.


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    Hi Tim,

    Thank you for providing such a good link on this site...

    Zahid
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    Mohammad Zahid
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    Glad to help
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