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Oracle Networking

Duration: 2 days Level: Advanced

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Class Summary

The Oracle Networking class describes and allows delegates to practice with the range of Oracle client/server networking features.

The class consists of a mixture of lecture and hands on lab exercises.

Who Should Attend

This class is intended for analysts, junior developers, designers, beginning administrators and managers new to Oracle8i or database programming.


A grounding in relational database concepts; familiarity with the use of graphical user interfaces.


  • Networking overview : history, Oracle networking (SQL*Net, Net8, Oracle*Net), features, client server systems, protocols, supported products.

  • Client/server connections : naming methods, host naming, local naming, Oracle*Names, LDAP.

  • Connection mechanisms : two-task architecture, listener management and configuration, single-task architecture, multi-threaded server.

  • Networking utilities : Connection Manager, Net Manager, Net Configuration Assistant.

  • Enterprise Manager networking : Oracle Management Server, configuring and loading OMS repositories.

  • Oracle Agent : Agent overview, using Agent with jobs, Agent management.

Sample notes

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