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I have an issue about Citrix making connection to Oracle. The Citrix is host on a Win2003 server. When the user tries to login Citrix, it flows TNS error (TNS error: no listener). But I can use SQL developer (from another pc) connect to the same database without error.

If I use tnsping (on Win2003 server) to the db server, it maps to the wrong port. I check the tnsnames.ora which has the correct port details. Anyone can help with this?
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any difference your sql developer if after remote dektop that server and connect to the db.

Reote sesssion has some profile / session issude not same as local ..

Try grant the account u login admin right first to test again.
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I find that mapping to the wrong port only happens occasionally with the same account during these few months.
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