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I know oratab stores all the oracle sid and all auto startup infos. But Can you please tell me where that is located?
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/etc/oratab

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Sir in Windows
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by:Shaju Kumbalath
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There is no ora tab in windows,
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What is the equivalent for windows
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There is no replacement as such,
Use oradim to create and delete the windows services for the database.
while creating service you could specify the startup mode
Refer the link for more details
http://www.psoug.org/reference/oradim.html 
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