I don't have an /Oracle directory. Where will tnsnames.ora go?You can put in any directory.
what do I have to install, and how do I it, to get PeopleTools (an Oracle product) working with tnsnames.ora to connect to a networked db1. unzip package
989334 wrote:I guess I cannot comply with that request, since Oracle software is not designed to be installed by two-year-olds (and I have two of those at home, so I know what I'm talking about).
Am I even getting close to having this installed? If not can someone please, in a step by step process a two year old could follow, tell me what to do next?
user10085404 wrote:I feel weird at defending the Evil Empire (number 2), but most of the information is contained in the
big corporations like oracle don't give anything away "for free". if they say "its free", then there is usually a hidden catch somewhere. in this case, although the software "is free", the information that's needed to install it is withheld.
they probably want you to spend £2000 going a 3-day course to learn how to install it.
that's one of the ways that big corporations like oracle make the money that pays for larry's jets.