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Oracle DBA- Naming Methods



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Step 4 - Naming Methods

Learn Oracle - Naming Methods

Oracle Net provides support for the following mapping methods:
Local Naming
Directory Naming
Easy Connect Naming
External Naming



Local Naming

The local naming method stores connect descriptors, identified by their net service name, in a local (on the client) configuration file named tnsnames.ora.

Directory Naming

The directory naming method stores connect identifiers in a centralized LDAP-compliant directory server to access a database service.

Easy Connect Naming

The easy connect naming method enables clients to connect to an Oracle database server or Oracle DBA machine by using a TCP/IP connect string consisting of a host name and optional port and service name:

CONNECT username/password@host[:port][/service_name]

For example:

CONNECT scott/tiger@my-server:1521/mydb

The easy connect naming method requires no configuration.

External Naming

The external naming method stores net service names in a supported non-Oracle naming service. These supported third-party services include:

Network Information Service (NIS) External Naming

Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) Cell Directory Services (CDS)
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STEP 4 - Next Topics
After installing your Oracle software and database, you have a fully functional database with a client/server network environment that has been minimally configured.This Step contains the topics to help you completely configure your client/server network. Learn Oracle DBA Step 4 by clicking links below:
Understanding Network ConfigurationOracle DBA
Oracle Net Listener ConfigurationOracle DBA
Client ConfigurationConfiguring client
Connection RequestsConnection Requests
Naming MethodsNaming Methods
Tools for Network Configuration
Viewing Listener Configuration
Starting and Shutting down the Listener
Configuring Oracle Networking on Client Machine
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