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how to configure toad for oracle 9i?

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hi,

I have Oracle 9i installed on my server, and want to configure toad in the client m/c?
I am not getting how to do it...........
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do you have an oracle client installed?  with tnsnames, onames, ldap?

if so,  it should be easy.

you just start Toad,  when prompted, put the database name, username and password in the appropriate fields and click Connect
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if you do not have a client installed, go to otn.oracle.com to download and install one.

if you do (or just did) then set up your tnsnames.ora with your database server and db name.

your dba can help with that information if you don't know it.
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