Multiple TWO_TASK???
04/01/2018 11:47
I have several database server, of cause is on different system withdifferent SID.

On client side, is it possible that I can set multiple TWO_TASK and howto set?Thus, I don't have to type into SID every time, only user name andpassword require.

Thanks.


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04/01/2018 11:47 - Awwwwwww... but you can give a big bear hug to O support for forcingthe issue with patching.

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04/01/2018 11:47 - I believe he is on Unix or Linux. On MS-Windows systems, the same variableis LOCAL, not TWO_TASK.


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04/01/2018 11:47 - Now I like you even more.


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04/01/2018 11:47 - Ah, you are right. Dot commands for all! To the OP: Since I'm often working with multiple environments for bothOracle and application software, I usually put commands in/usr/local/bin for setting and unsetting TWO_TASK, ORACLE_HOME,ORACLE_BASE, ORACLE_SID, PATH, PERL5LIB and NLS_LANG, as appropriateper SID. I have more scripts in my home dir for setting the appsoftware, prompt and so forth that call the appropriate settings justfor me (no, my home dir is not on my path). I tend to do most of mywork on the server, which is sometimes a client.

Other people like to use oraenv to condition their environment.

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04/01/2018 11:47 - Would you have an Oracle Home Selector on your client? Maybe underOracle Installation Products? Create a shortcut to it on your desktop? It helps to give more information, see: http://www.dbaoracle.net/readme-cdos.htm jg

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