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    Unanswered: oracle executable on linux

    dear all
    i am a oca and i have to run all oracle executables at linux platform such as import/export/rman/sqlloader etc
    can any budy tell me how can be this done

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    MUHAMMAD ASIF IQBAL

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    Those are command prompt utilities. Although I don't know anything about Linux, I believe they should be run just the same as anywhere*: by typing their name at the prompt.

    Please, note that my anywhere contains MS Windows and OpenVMS.

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    I WANT to do this from Linux platform instead from ms platforms
    I have well experienced to do this other than Linux

    Regards thanks for response

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    Suppose it would be nice to have a little more information than you've provided... first, have you INSTALLED Oracle already? Next, did you follow the pre-installation instructions such as setting the PATH and ORACLE_HOME/ORACLE_BASE environment variables? Finally, what experience level do you have with Linux based systems, so we know how to address your questions...
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    Are you aware that when you install the oracle client on your windows machine, It also installs import, export, and sql loader on the client machine? You do not have to run them on the database machine if you do not want to.
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    You can consider me as a user of Linux based environment
    I have to run all executables at database server, which is on Linux
    I am new but u can tell me any type of solution either this is complex or easy
    Because my learning skills is too good
    Ply gives me solution???? /

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    >Ply gives me solution???? /
    Solution to what & why does anyone owe you a solution?
    You can lead some folks to knowledge, but you can not make them think.
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    For most folks, they don't know, what they don't know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AAASIFIQBAL
    i am a oca and i have to run all oracle executables at linux platform such as import/export/rman/sqlloader etc
    can any budy tell me how can be this done
    This is all described in the utilities manual. The command line syntax is the same for operating systems.

    Btw: what is an OCA?

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    I think that it stands for Oracle Certified Associate
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    Quote Originally Posted by AAASIFIQBAL
    I have to run all executables at database server, which is on Linux
    So simply connect to your Linux server using telnet client (if available) or install software mentioned in Telnet clients section (eg. PuTTY).

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    Can you connect to the Linux machine? Use Putty as sugested.
    If so I don't see the problem executing the commands, most of them are the same on DOS prompt or on a Linux prompt.

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    I guess you meant all the utilities, not all the executables?

    That's quite a long list. If you you need detailed help with import, export. rman, and SQL*Loader we could be here a long time. What isn't working?

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