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How to login Oracle Social Network on mobile phone?

SnowWang Newbie
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I downloaded Oracle Social Network at mobile phone, and install it.

After open, I input the username and password. click connect. got setting error. "A host is required"

What should I input at host field?

  • 1. Re: How to login Oracle Social Network on mobile phone?
    Timo Hahn Oracle ACE
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    I don't know what you are talking about. The term 'I downloaded Oracle Social Network at mobile phone, and install it.' suggests that it's a product. In this case you are in the wrong forum as this forums cations tell you 'Do Not Post Product-Related Questions Here'.

     

    Timo

  • 2. Re: How to login Oracle Social Network on mobile phone?
    BluShadow Guru Moderator
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    As Timo says, you're referring to a specific product...

     

    Oracle Social Network Overview

     

    You'll need to post in the appropriate forum, which I assume is here:

     

    The specified item was not found.

     

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  • 3. Re: How to login Oracle Social Network on mobile phone?
    rukbat Guru Moderator
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    user 1015988,

    Please note that the forum space for that product is an archived space.

    There has been no usable activity in it since Spring 2013.

    That archive status and lack of activity suggests the OTN forum site is not expecting it to be continued as a resource.

     

    I suggest you go that link for the software product, get ALL the documentation and every software component download, then consider spending time within the various Oracle Cloud spaces of the forums.    Go read months of Cloud postings before you think about initiating your own post(s).   You may find that the Social Network product isn't what you initially guessed but is a bigger suite of applications that requires a bigger investment in time and hardware than you choose to do.

     

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