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  1. #31
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    Dec 2002
    Bangalore ( India )
    Originally posted by gdinakar
    I think forum is for DBAs, not for politicians. No one is expert. We are all trying to find solution to something they didn't have exposure to or to something they have expertise in.
    So, I will continue to read all the things that U call "CRAP". If U don't want to read all that, pls get the heck out of this forum.
    Hope U got it. Edison had to take 2000 attempts before inventing electirc bulb. So, I don't think U R super human to figure out things at first shot.

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  2. #32
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    Feb 2003
    There is a chance that from where you are invoking sqlplus is having OS date different to that of the date set in the Unix machine where database actually resides.

    Eg : There are 2 Unix machines A & B
    B is where database(ABCD) resides..
    A is where you invoke SQL+ as
    sqlplus @ABCD.WORLD
    In A it is set as '5 feb 2003'
    In B it is set as '10 Feb 2003'.

    Then when u give select sysdate from dual;Output would be '10 Feb2003'
    But when you give
    5 feb 2003.

    Confirm from select host_name from v$instance;

    I don't know if I am throwing light or blowing light.
    Jus' thinking from a different angle.that's all..

    With lots of fun,
    Oracle DBA

  3. #33
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    Nov 2000
    Originally posted by stmontgo
    hilarity ensues as a one post reply answer gets exploded to 3 pages of wasted space
    Make that 4 pages of wasted space...
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