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what is SQL*Net

Hallo,

what is SQL*Net and what is it's function?

Is it part of Oracle Net Services?

Couldn't find a description in the Oracle Documentation!!

Thank's
Axel
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Oracle has changed the name of its communication software numerous
times. When I started administering Oracle (about 15 years ago), it
was called SQL*NET, it then went to NET8 and then Oracle Net. I think
I missed a name or two in there too, I still have a bad habit of
calling it SQL*NET myself. Just diff't names for Oracle's
communication software over the years.

Chris Foot
Oracle Senior Level Instructor
The Oracle Instructor's Guide
www.oracleeducator.com
Jul 19 '05 #2
ad*******@web.de (Axel Dachtler) wrote in message news:<d6**************************@posting.google. com>...
Hallo,

what is SQL*Net and what is it's function?

Is it part of Oracle Net Services?

Couldn't find a description in the Oracle Documentation!!

Thank's
Axel


Axel, Oracle has several volumes on the ORANET (NET8, SQLNET) service.
On version 9 look for the Net Services Administrator's Guide and Net
Services Reference Guide.

When a newsgroup has sub-groups you should should generally post to
the sub-groups and not the group.

HTH -- Mark D Powell --
Jul 19 '05 #3

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