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SQL+ help

Posted on 2000-03-24
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I'm currently running Oracle 8i.
In the SQL+ i type HELP but it says
help not accessible. Do i need to install some kind of extra packages or why can't i access the help??
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Question by:marcoo
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you have to access the help from the online documentation. This comes along with the cd. When you install Oracle , the installer will ask you whether you want the docs to be installed on the hard disk or access it from the cd itself.
So you have to access the online docs for all the help.

Note: The docs are also available from http://technet.oracle.com

Regards,
Sudhi.
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