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How does mod_plsql determine what SID to use?

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Configuration file?  Environment variable?  Where?
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Hi,

If I remember correctly, it was taking from the Environment variable ORACLE_SID.
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Thanks... that's not actually it (it is correct for sqlplus though).  For Oracle 8 I had to add a data access descriptor through the web configuration interface (found via http://www.orafaq.com/faqmodpl.htm).  For Oracle 9 or higher it's through dads.conf I think.
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