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  1. #21
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    no error shown dear....its just going back to the login page over and over

  2. #22
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    Out of ideas, sorry

  3. #23
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    do you have any idea which home directory,logfiles, and parameter files
    does the dbcontrol read/write onto?

  4. #24
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    OH is same as the database
    The rest should be located at subdirectory of OH witht the strangest name, composed by the host name and the instance name
    Also look at OH/oc4j/j2ee/OC4J_DBConsole

  5. #25
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    thanks dear ....i'm just curious about your office/company set-up.
    like ur fornt-end applications. Do you use any other oracle products? (aside
    from db) like forms/reports 10g,jdeveloper,oracle applications,htmldb,apex, oracle designer,ias,ows, etc. Are you a good application developer too?
    Last edited by jennifer2007; 02-27-2007 at 07:42 AM.

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    Jenny,
    I am a consultant and lecturer. I read a lot and know many features (that's my job) but I am not a DBA nor a developer.
    Forms & reports - I used them 10 years ago.
    HTMLDB and APEX are great - played a bit with them lately
    Java .... no idea about that (well, I have an idea but just idea)
    I am not a good developer nor a good DBA, but I belive I could be if I start work as a developer/DBA

    Regards
    Boris

  7. #27
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    Thanks again... ...wow!....i cant imagine how can you be so good just by
    reading and no actual hands-on experience

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    Teaching is a good experience (belive it or not). It gives you the opportunity to discuss with many people their architectures, solutions, problesm and makes you see the things in a way, which you would never imagine :-)

  9. #29
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    yeah ...i know its really fun meeting lots of people especially if u have pretty/handsome students sort of an inspiration and apple of the eye.

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