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    Cool Loging to Oracle 9i

    Someone to help me here. I have install Oracle 9i. Like in Oracle 8 I used to log to Sql*plus with username :scott and password :tigger. What do we used in 9i since the same was not taking me to SQL>.
    thank in advance

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    Cool



    scott/tiger is 8i version, in 9i version you have different schemas ('HR', 'OE', 'SH' and 'PM') which you install when creating the database with dbca or manually executing the scripts in:
    ?\demo\schema directory.

    Anyway you will need the system password (which is set when creating db with dbca) in order to execute these scripts.

    Or try: SYSTEM/CHANGE_ON_INSTALL


    Last edited by LKBrwn_DBA; 03-07-2006 at 06:31 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LKBrwn_DBA

    Or try: SYSTEM/CHANGE_ON_INSTALL
    Do you mean sys/change_on_install, or system/manager????
    this space intentionally left blank

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    Cool



    Whatever works.
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    Thanks all you guys! Your the smart one he!

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    Thanks all of you guys! Your the smart ones hee!

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    Cool


    You are wellcome.
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