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Hi,
Could someone please tell me what is the servername and domain in the following.

Creating a Datasource in WSAD...
Name: URL
Type: java.lang.String
Value: jdbc racle:thin:@servername.domain.com:1521 atabaseName

Thank you,
Suni.
 
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database server name
 
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How can I find it? Iam using oracle 10g.
Is it the same as system identifier(SID)?
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give the name of the machine or ip address where oracle is installed. (not the client though)

Your SID will be databasename

For example
jdbc racle:thin:@localhost:1521:YOUR_SID

hope this helps
 
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I usually look for the tnsnames.ora file. Then I look for the SID.

All the information will be listed there.
 
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