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I have a problem with Oracle connectivity with Notes Domino.
I am using NLCTEST.exe and DECS in Domino. The general format for V1 is network_prefix:server_name:sid
Connection fails all the time.
What is network_prefix?
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by:banicki
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A normal Oracle Connect string contains the following info:
protocol=tcp
host=servername
sid=systemidentifier
port=portnumber

I think your network-prefix is asking for protocol
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