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Net8 Assistant

Posted on 2000-03-09
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Operating system: NT Server 4.0
Oracle : 8.0.5 Enterprise Edition

I'm trying to create a listener and when i start the Net8 Assistant, i get Dr. Watson errror ?

Please help.......

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Kiran.
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sudhi022299 earned 200 total points
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Net8 Assistant is a java based program which requires a display of 256 or higher. Just set your display setting in Control paner->Display and then run it.

Note: you can also create a listener by editing the listener.ora file in the orant\net80\admin directory.
If you need the steps to it... leave a comment here.

Regards,
Sudhi.
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Thanks again.

I'll put another Q if i need information on editing the file manually.
Kiran.
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