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  1. #1
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    Red face Unanswered: Oracle Client for Solaris 9i

    Now that I have my Oracle/SQL/Apache server up and running, How do I get started> I installed the CLient , but can't find it. Does anybody have a clue?

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    Cool

    Since you have the Oracle DB server installed, you already have all the binaries and utilities included in the Oracle Client installation - SQL*PLus, exp, imp, tnsping, etc. The Client installation takes only subset of the binaries installed in the DB Server installation.

    What is the reason of installing Client on top of the Server?


    Hope that helps,

    clio_usa
    OCP - DBA

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    Being very very very new to Oracle, I thought the Client would be some type of GUI, so I can view my tables, rows, and coloumns while i build them. Is there something like that out there?

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    Cool

    There is a such tool - DBA Studio which allows you to see this information. It's a part of the Oracle Enterprise Manager installation.

    Start your Installer and check the list of already installed products. If not there, select DBA Studio.

    You can also get a FREE TOAD which will allows you to do that. The link to TOAD and other FREE DBA tools is Here


    Hope that helps,

    clio_usa
    OCP - DBA

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