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How do you set OPEN_CURSORS?

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I am just starting out with oracle 8....how do you go about setting the OPEN_CURSORS parameter...I don't see it in the INIT.ORA file...?
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if its not in init.ora ...it takes default and it is 50.

you can checkup current settings in v$parameter view.


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