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What is the exact link for oracle support.
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Question by:jeevan mathew
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by:Steve Wales
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Here: support.oracle.com
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Here is the link to My Oracle Support
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by:jeevan mathew
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Please I want free oracle support metalink.
This is for individual not for company.
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by:Steve Wales
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Oracle doesn't offer free access to metalink (now called My Oracle Support).

You get access to that with a paid Oracle Support contract.
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by:Haris Djulic
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As Steve mentioned you get access to Oracle support when you pay for product/service and based on contract id you request access and you are given access as long as you pay for support .. If you purchase Oracle product as individual you can get the Oracle Support otherwise no access to support...
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