My dblink doesn´t work by sql plus client but by sql plus in server machine it works well.
What can be??? how can i solve this problem???.
the error message:
SQL> select global_name from email@example.com;
select global_name from firstname.lastname@example.org
ERRO na linha 1:
ORA-03113: fim de arquivo no canal de comunicação
can u pls. furnish the following info.?
1. whether uer dblink name is the same as uer global database name?
2. that uer global database name is the same name as uer database appended with a .world?
3. also the error u have encountered suggests 'end-of-file' which could mean sql*net commn. failure, network failure or oracle internal failure, if u can furnish more information then definitely could help.
4. pls. do this
SQL> select owner,dblink_name from all_db_links where dblink_name = 'your dblink name'
SQL> select * from global.name;
SQL> select name from v$database;
i may not be correct on the view name, but u could find it out,
pls. do update me with the above info. shall help
The global database name is sedan.world
The db link name is sedan.world
the db_name is sedan
the db_domain is WORLD
thanks for interesting Since now
There should be a Tnsnames.ora file
on the server as well on the client.
It seems that only the Tnsnames.ora on the serverside
has the info for the database-link
Ben de Boer
i am in complete agreement with ben, it appears that uer tnsnames.ora on the cleint machine is not configured for the target database, all the info. provided by u means that things are ok with the dblink(that was true anyhow or else uer dblink would not have worked from the server), just made myself clear on the issue
i dont ´t really understand the why it isn´t work because the client is configured identical to the server..
detail: my initial domain was dspsrv004. and i changed is there any problem in do that???
(ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = 22.214.171.124)(PORT = 1521))
(SERVICE_NAME = sedan)(GLOBAL_NAME=SEDAN.WORLD)
If your dblink name is diffrent from service name you are using , you should set global_names=false in init.ora
Did U think the service_name must be sedan.world???
Yes. Your service_name and dblink name should be same if your init.ora global_names is set to TRUE. Otherwise have diffrenet dblink_name than your service_name and set that parameter FALSE.
this morning i set global_names false and it isn´t work. I don´t know more what to do. thanks for the help friends..
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