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I just installed Oracle9.2 Windows NT on my system ( Windows XP professional). When I tried to open up SQL plus it asks for a username, password and Host string. I want to know where I can find the username and password for SQL. It would be gr8 if any one can help me. I'm just starting off with SQL. Any kind of help would be appreciated.
Thank you all in advance
Suman.
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by:Helena Marková
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You can use Oracle Net Manager - see this documentation how to do it (the registration is free):
http://download-west.oracle.com/docs/cd/B10501_01/network.920/a96580/namingcf.htm#479355
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petmagdy earned 800 total points
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try this:

user name: system
password: manager

or

user name: sys
password: change_on_install

leave the host empty
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