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What is your OS? Check below thread- Sabdar Syed post
How to check SID
From his post:
Run - > regedit -> HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ORACLE
My computers - > (right click) properties -> advanced -> environment variables -> system variables -> check for ORACLE_SID variable, if any set.
Go to the do prompt and type as
C:\> set ORACLE_SID (This will show if any ORACLE_SID is already set).
C:\> set (To know all the parameters set)
When you find your SID use below syntax
set ORACLE_SID= your_sid
I have it set ORACLE_SID=XE, see it in dos and thru Toad menu.
it works fine with Toad putting XE, so proabably it all about Aqua Studio
Will try to play more with it.
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