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Where do i create the ora password file Source side or target

Where do i create the tns and listener entries Source side or target

Where do i run the command " Duplicate target database xyzp using active database; ( on production or auxillary)
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1: Databases need a password file so, both but the original should already have one.

2: Both sides but the sources database should have one.  just copy them over to the destination.

3:  You connect to the TARGET which is the source database and use the AUXILIARY  keyword to connect to the destination.

There seems to be a decent example here:
http://www.oracle-base.com/articles/11g/duplicate-database-using-rman-11gr2.php
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