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Create listener with lsnctrl

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Does anybody know how to create a listener in MSCS using lsnctrl ? Database is oracle 9i version 9.2.0.1
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by:praveencpk
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what do u mean by MSCS?

services.msc you are taking about?

once you create listener it will automatically appers in services.msc

check this doc for more info...

http://psoug.org/reference/listener.html
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by:newinoracle
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I meant microsoft cluster services.
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There is not enough expert solution for this simple question
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Rindbaek earned 250 total points
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the answer is very simple you cant. lsnrctl is a management tool. you should use the oracle net configuration assistent to create the listener. And a simple question does not always have a simple answer.
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