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Oracle Net Configuration Assistant 

I have mentioned the Oracle Net Configuration assistant (NETCA) several times in the last few sections. The NETCA is a Java based GUI that makes configuring and testing Oracle Net connections very easy. Figure 14.x shows the top level screen of the NETCA GUI. If you are only configuring a simple Oracle Net setup there are only two options on this NETCA GUI you will need to bother with, for the server setup you will use the Listener Configuration and Local Net Service Name Configuration options, for the client, you need only use the Local Net Service Name Configuration option.

The NETCA GUI can be invoked from the command line using netca as the command, from the OEM Service Manager - Oracle Net manager selection or in Windows from the Start-Programs-Oracle-Network Administration menu. The OEM Oracle net manager is shown in Figure 14.xx. In The OEM Oracle Net manager for a simple topology you should just use the Profile, Service naming and Listeners configuration options under the Local configuration icon. The top level screen for the Oracle net Configuration Assistant is shown in Figure 14.3. The top level screen of the OEM Oracle net manager is shown in Figure 14.4

The interfaces are really rather intuitive once you get into them and understand exactly what you want to do. I suggest overlooking the Oracle Net manuals before attempting to configure your system if it is more complex than a couple of databases, a server and a flat network topology.

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