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Trying to run SQLPLIS from a windows command prompt

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Hi

I am trying to open SQLPLUSW version 9.2.0.1.0 from a windows 2000 command prompt

I anm running the following line and cannot logon,

         sqlplusw connect as sys/password@ocptest as sysdba

I haven't worked with oracle in a while, have I left something out
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Hi..

if want to run from command prompt..use "sqlplus" not "sqlplusw"

type "sqlplus /nolog" at command prompt..
after that sql> prompt will come..

At that type "connect sys/password@ocptest as sysdba"
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