The lsnrctl command gives you "bad command" as the lsnrctl executable file is not in the environment PATH variable.
Find where lsnrctl.exe is. lets say it is in c:\oracle\personal\bin. Add it to the environment variable PATH by typing
Now the command should work from c:
try this out and see itf it helps.
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or you are misstyping
LSNRCTL not LSNRCLT
if you have problem setting paths in dos go to orawin95 (I think personal oracle installs in that directory) then bin then start from there since all executables are under directory orawin95/bin
I think that you may have picked up on a typographical error in the earlier threads. I don't have Oracle on a windows platform, but the listener control utility I have seen has always been called lsnrctl *not* lsnrclt
Mullrich24: I am also a newbie at this sort of stuff but I did notice that you typed lsnrclt instead of lsnrctl. I don't know if it was a typo or not but try the latter.
I'm very sure that should have been a typo. The command is
LSNRCTL and not LSNRCLT. check pando's posting on this.
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I think your Oracle installation was not complete.
Net 8 must not have been installed.
can you please check this ........
For Files or Folders
type in the file name as
If you find the file then start the listener as explained by others.
Else Reinstall Oracle.
thanks everyone. I located and launched the lsnrctl program. then started the listener. after that I was able to make a connection to the db. thanks everyone
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