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    oracle 9i and windows xp media center edition

    i installed oracle 9i enterprise edition and oracle 6 forms/reports
    on windows xp media center edition. but i can't connect to the database.
    This is the error i get when i try to connect to the database
    (ORA-12541 TNS. no listener),

    can u please advice

    thanks

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    Did you create a database and listener when you installed Oracle?
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    yes i created a database. the listener was created by default.
    so i tried to use the console to get into the database to create a
    user, thats when i get the TNS listener error.

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    from the cmd prompt

    set ORACLE_SID=yoursid
    sqlplus /nolog
    connect sys/change_on_install
    startup;

    does it start?
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    What is in the alert log under the oracle_admin/sid/bdump??
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    how about starting the listener?

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    hi

    could u tell me per server how many BD (SID) can support to start concurrent instance.


    thanks

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    depends on your hardware / memory requirements - but there is no limitation from oracle

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