Re: TNS Resolution
First, thanks for the replies so far. Here's what
Yes, it is a Windows 2000 client with multiple Oracle
I have searched the entire registry and there are no
references to TNS_ADMIN.
tnsping doesn't give any additional information.
Below is the entire output from tnsping:
C:\Documents and Settings\JonK>tnsping clsdev.world
TNS Ping Utility for 32-bit Windows: Version 18.104.22.168.0
- Production on 18-JAN-2006 09:45:21
(c) Copyright 1997 Oracle Corporation. All rights
Attempting to contact
OK (110 msec)
C:\Documents and Settings\JonK>
Below is a connection trace as reported by
SQL*Navigator. It shows that the tnsnames.ora from
the correct oracle home is being used.
2) Oracle Home Key is SOFTWARE\ORACLE\HOME1
Looking for TNS_ADMIN environmental variable
TNS_ADMIN environmental variable doesnt exist,
looking for TNS_ADMIN reg key using home key:
Oracle Path is now C:\ora817NT\network\ADMIN
Looking for C:\ora817NT\network\ADMIN\tnsnames.ora
I don't have access to the particular box in question
(Data Security has it locked down - it's a development
box, go figure!), so I can't verify the tns entry on
the server. However, this tns entry allows other
developers to connect to the instance without a
I will continue to try to verify the tnsnames.ora
entry on the server. Until then, is there anything
else I can check?
--- Alex Gorbachev <gorbyx@(protected):
> Just to add 2 cents to Mladen's comment.
> On server side use "lsnrctl status" or "lsnrctl
> services" to see the
> services that are registered with a listener. I
> assume your
> environment is set correctly and listener name is by
> PS: Welcome back Malden. Heh, you missed few posts
> to comment. :)
> 2006/1/18, Mladen Gogala <gogala@(protected)>:
> > On 01/18/2006 10:50:53 AM, Jonathan Knight wrote:
> > > I have a strange (to me anyway) problem with
> > The problem is not strange. It is a configuration
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