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Listener Configuration - Oracle on Windows 2000

From: Denham Eva <>
Date: Thu, 25 Jul 2002 06:18:19 -0800
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Hello Guru's,

Any ideas? I have installed Oracle ( + patchset workgroup onto Windows 2000. Everything appears to have gone well, except that the Listener Service was not created automatically as it is usually done on NT. When I tried starting the listerner from command line the exe "execs" for what appears like a few seconds and returns to prompt. There is no listener.log file generated at all. Anyone got any ideas?

Denham Eva
Oracle DBA
In UNIX Land
On a quiet Night, you can hear the Windows machines reboot.

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