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  1. #1
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    hi,
    Whenever i get a an error messge with the
    error message like ora-3423; how can i get
    more information abt that on Windows NT.

    I think on unix we use shoerr; what we have to
    use on NT;

    Regards
    sonia

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    You can get more info on error messages at
    http://tahiti.oracle.com/

    You can also become member of OTN.

    Raminder Singh

    Oracle Certified DBA: Oracle 8i, 9i


    Mail me at raminderahluwalia@rediffmail.com.

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    Originally posted by Sonia
    hi,
    Whenever i get a an error messge with the
    error message like ora-3423; how can i get
    more information abt that on Windows NT.

    I think on unix we use shoerr; what we have to
    use on NT;

    Regards
    sonia
    Unfortunately none on NT to my knowledge.
    BTW , its oerr and not shoerr on unix platforms.
    Vinit

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    you can find the cause of the error and the desired action to solve it by using the Oracle Documentation Library.

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    Under Oracle Home There is a directory called Mshelp.
    Under this directory u can find a lot of .hlp file.

    In Oracle 7 for instane under Oracle_Home/Mshelp
    there is a file named "Ora.hlp"

    In this file u can get all server error message info..
    Sabitabrata

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