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If I want to change the oracle home for a database from one home to another home, is it compulsory that I shd use oraenv for changing the parameters.
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can i use .profile for the database moved to new home??

can anybody please let me know
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you can use either and it does not matter as long as you set your ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_SID and LD_LIBRARY_PATH and PATH properly.
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is there any thing like if I make changes to oraenv it is permanant and if I use .profile it is temporary.
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oraenv is also a shell script for that matter.
hence, no diffs which i can think of.
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