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Oracle.net.config ServiceAliasException

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I just went to use EM on the server itself.
It just hangs there and at the top i see
oracle.net.config Service Alias exception :10
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by:flevyhara
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What's the OS at the Server?
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Solaris 9.
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Have you modified your TNSNAMES.ora file manually?

If that is the case... Try to match every '(' with ')' .

Hope this helps.
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try to use Net configuration assistant tool to recreate your TNSNAMES.ORA file...
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rename your existing tnsnames.ora and
reconfigure it using the net config
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Nice clean names file!
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