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Oracle DBA-Understanding Network Configuration



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Step 4 - Understanding Network Configuration

Learn Oracle - Understanding Network Configuration

Oracle Net is a software component that resides on the client and the Oracle database server Or Oracle DBA Machine. It is responsible for establishing and maintaining the connection between the client application and the server, as well as exchanging messages between them, using industry standard protocols.



For the client application and a database to communicate, the client application must specify location details for the database it wants to connect to and the database must provide some sort of identification, or address.
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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 Configuration
Client Configuration
Connection Requests
Naming Methods
Tools for Network Configuration
Viewing Listener Configuration
Starting and Shutting down the Listener
Configuring Oracle Networking on Client Machine
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