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how start the tnslistener / how edit connection string  RSS feed

 
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hi master
sir i am useing jsp with oracle
my page give me right result in my system but when i test client system then system give me this error
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Database Log In Failed
TNS could not resolve service name
Verify that the TNS name in the connectstring entry of the DAD for this URL is valid.
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sir i post my problem in java.sun forum he reply me as under
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on your machine where your db is installed, start the tnslistener of your database, make sure that your connection string is pointing to that machine

jdbcracle:thin:@<ip or hostname of machine where your db is installed>: 1521:aamir
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please give me idea how i run my page in client system

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Since this question is not really about JDBC and Oracle specific, moving it to Oracle forum.
 
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So in your test environment, where should Oracle be running? Is it just that your DBA set up a test server and that is where your tests should run, or is it an Oracle server version that is running on your local machine? I am assuming that the DBA has a test server. And you just don't have the correct URL for it, or the DBA doesn't have it running, either way you need to go to your DBA.

If it is running local, then you need to read up a bit more on Oracle on how to run the server.

Mark
 
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