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Oracle Wallet Naming Standard

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Does the wallet referenced by utl_http have to be named ewallet.p12?

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Scanning the documentation, it appears that is the required name of the wallet file.  Everything only lets you specify a directory, so the file name must be fixed.
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Thanks.  That's what I figured.  So, if you need to keep applications wallets separate you keep them separate by directory rather than by name.
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