Re: TNS Resolution
> 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?
If the listener is not password protected you can set a listener.ora in the
OH/TNS_ADMIN on your client(or some other machine with lsnrctl installed),
using the same parameters from your thsnames.ora and then run lsnrctl
services listener_name to see the correct service name. You could check the
sqlnet.ora default domain parameter too.
(ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = ud505)(PORT = 1521))
lsnrctl services LISTENER_CLSDEV