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  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2002
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    Unanswered: creating listener??

    I'm very new to oracle and I've installed Oracle 9i Developer Suite on my Windows 2000 Pro computer. When I try to login on SQL PLUS I recieve an error using scott/tiger
    ora-12560 TNS: protocal adapter error

    I tried creating a listener through Net Configuration Assistant, but when I try to test a connection to the database, it says I don't have a listener. I also look in the Services through MMC and I can't find the listener there.

    Can I anyone help me out here? I've re-installed Oracle 3 times already, and I'm still having this problem. I've looked all over google and I can't figure this out. I've been wanting to learn Oracle for months but can't seem to configure this correctly.

    Any advice would be grateful

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Sep 2003
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    Hi,

    you installed 9iDS. This does not contain a listener !
    Only the database software installs software to create and control a listener. So, in your case that 's not the problem.
    You do need a database though. You also need a tnsnames.ora and a sqlnet.ora. Those two can be created by the Net Configuration Assistant, but you need to know the name of the host where the listener is running and a port number (normally 1521) and a SID.

    Do u have a database running somewhere and do u know the things needed ?

    Hope this helps
    Edwin van Hattem
    OCP DBA / System analyst

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