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Change the Oracle Service Name to Be the Same as the Sid

Change the Oracle Service Name to Be the Same as the Sid

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Change the Oracle Service Name to Be the Same As the SID

Abstract When the typical configuration is performed, Oracle will take the global database name as the service name. This tip describes how to change the service name to be the same as the SID. Contents

When the typical configuration is performed with Oracle9i, Oracle will take the global database name as the service name. You can change the service name to be the same as the system identifier (SID). To do this, perform the following steps:

1. Start the console and log in as the Oracle user: 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.
# su - oracle Start Oracle Net Manager: $ netmgr & Expand Oracle Net Configuration -> Local -> Service Naming and select the service name for the instance. For example, o920.sun3.itso.ral.ibm.com. Select Edit -> Rename. In the Enter name window, use a simple name, for example, SID o920, and click OK. Save the Network Configuration and exit. If LANG on your Oracle server or client is set to a value such as LANG=C, you might not be able to start sqlplus. a. Add the following line to /export/home/oracle/.profile: export LANG= b. Reload .profile: .profile For more information, refer to the WebSphere Commerce V5.5 Handbook, Customization and Deployment Guide, SG246969, Redpiece available at: http://www.ibm.com/redbooks Expected redbook publish date: September 2003

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