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Actually what is a vnc session in oracle 11g
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VNC has nothing to do with Oracle.  It is essentially a virtual console session that you can connect to remotely.  You can disconnect from it and reconnect to it without interfering with what is running in the console session.

It is a way to connect to the server, not a way to connect to the database.

Unless there is some other VNC that I am unaware of.
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