Discussion in 'Installation - Windows' started by sonia_1985, Jun 15, 2012.
Nothing disgraceful about being wrong.
Sorry if it hurts you!!!
You're sorry if what hurts me? Nothing in this thread has been hurtful.
Where did I say you MUST do as I suggested? The error description I provided is correct; that you cannot dispute. Why your application couldn't 'see' it is another matter; properly defining a data source is one way to fix the issue, another is to modify the tnsnames.ora file to include the entry and yet another is to set the TNS_ADMIN environment variable to the destination directory of the good tnsnames.ora file.
There is nothing wrong in my description nor in my suggestions. That they did not fix your issue does not indicate they were wrong, simply that they did not include all of the possible solutions.
thanks for sharing information..