|Oracle Advanced Security Administrator's Guide
This chapter explains how to connect to an Oracle database after having installed Oracle DCE Integration and having configured both DCE and Oracle to use Oracle DCE Integration.
This chapter covers the following topics:
To start the Net8 listener, do the following:
For example, if the listener name is LSNR_DCE in listener.ora, enter the following to start the listener:
To make sure the server registered its binding handler with rpcd, enter:
In the computer response, look for the line that includes the dce_service_name that is part of the listener address.
This shows you the mapping in the CDS namespace that the listener has chosen for the endpoint. For example:
SHOW OBJECT /.../subsys/oracle/service_registry/dce_svc AT 1995-05-15-17:10:52 RPC_ClassVersion = 0100 CDS_CTS = 1995-05-16-00:05:01.221106100/aa-00-04-00-3e-8c CDS_UTS = 1995-05-16-00:05:01.443343100/aa-00-04-00-3e-8c CDS_Class = RPC_Server CDS_ClassVersion = 1.0 CDS_Towers = : Tower = ncacn_ip_tcp:220.127.116.11
To connect to an Oracle server in the DCE environment, do one of the following:
You can now connect to an Oracle server without using a user name or password. Enter a command like the following:
where net_service_name is the database service name.
where net_service_name is the Net8 service name.