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    Null password given

    Dear Friends,

    We have are able to login to Oracle 9.2.0.4.0 database through a client. This client software is our customised one. We are able to connect to Oracle database. Now, we are trying from another client session to Oracle database. This new session terminates with the following message.

    ORA-01005: null password given; logon denied

    Can anyone help pls.



    Thanks
    gandhi

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    well what does the error says..?!

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    Re: Null password given

    Originally posted by gandhi
    We have are able to login to Oracle 9.2.0.4.0 database through a client. [/B]
    How is your client configured to connect to the database in the first place? Are you using config file?
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    Re: Null password given

    Originally posted by gandhi

    ORA-01005: null password given; logon denied

    Can anyone help pls.
    I'll go way out on a limb and say you passed a null string for the password.
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    Check out the ORA_NLS33 variable may be its pointing to a non-existent directory or a directory that does not have the character-set files installed or the directory permissions are not set.

    If the remote database is set to a character set other than the 'US7ASCII' (default) the client need to be set to the same character set.
    If not, the SQL*Net layer will intersperse all characters sent to the server with a 'null' character. For this reason, the server believes a null password has been sent.

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