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In my previous post, Registering the Oracle Database with the listener, I mentioned the role of the initialization parm LOCAL_LISTENER in dynamic registration of the database instance to the listener. Now I’d like to deliver on my promise to explore that piece of the puzzle. To quickly recap that post, there are two methods by
In my previous article, ORA-12514: TNS:listener does not currently know of service, I demonstrated the relationships between a client requesting a connection to a database, and the database services known to the listener. In that article I focused only on the immediate cause of the error, deferring the discussion of exactly how databases get registered
In previous articles I have explored various reasons why a client process might not be able to connect to an Oracle database. In Help! I can’t connect to my database … I presented an overview of the process. I followed that with articles going into more depth on the types of problems that can prevent