Am 28.10.2005 12:35 schrieb dexter:
> I`ve installed Oracle 10g 10.2.0 Enterprise Edition on SUSE Enterprise
> Server 9. After, this I installed Compiere2. I tried to run program that
> will import data to database, but I encountered folloving error:
: TNS:could not resolve the connect identifier specified
> On Google I found, it means problem with file "tnsnames.ora".
> My env. variable shows this location for this file:
> ,but file is not located there:
> samples shrept.lst
> ,but there:
> cman.ora listener.ora sqlnet.ora tnsnames.ora
> Folder ../samples sound like it is just for samples files. So my real
> tnsnames.ora is missig. Do somebody as idea, what can I do?
You could - for example - use netca to generate tnsnames.ora. Or you
adopt the sample file.
Normally TNS_ADMIN is not needed at all. Only if you want to overwrite
the location of the network configuratiin directory, which is
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