|Oracle Advanced Security Administrator's Guide
Release 2 (9.2)
Part Number A96573-01
This chapter describes how to connect to an Oracle database after installing Oracle DCE Integration, and configuring both DCE and Oracle to use Oracle DCE Integration.
This chapter contains the following topics:
To start the listener, do the following:
For example, if the listener name is LSNR_DCE in the listener.ora file, enter the following:
Look for the line that includes the
dce_service_name that is part of the listener address.
dce_service_name as follows:
The following command shows you the mapping in the CDS namespace that the listener has chosen for the endpoint:
% cdscp show object "/.:/subsys/oracle/service_registry/dce_svc"SHOW OBJECT /.../subsys/oracle/service_registry/dce_svc AT 1999-05-15-17:10:52 RPC_ClassVersion = 0100 CDS_CTS = 1999-05-16-00:05:01.221106100/aa-00-04-00-3e-8c CDS_UTS = 1999-05-16-00:05:01.443343100/aa-00-04-00-3e-8c CDS_Class = RPC_Server CDS_ClassVersion = 1.0 CDS_Towers = : Tower = ncacn_ip_tcp:188.8.131.52
Connect to an Oracle server in the DCE environment using one of the following methods:
After externally-identified accounts have been set up, you can take advantage of DCE authentication to log in to Oracle without providing any user name/password information. To use this single sign-on capability, just log in to DCE using a command like the following:
You only need to enter the
You can now connect to an Oracle server without using a user name or password. Enter a command like the following:
% sqlplus /@net_service_name
where net_service_name is the database service name.
% sqlplus /@ORADCE
From a client, you can still connect with a user name/password:
where net_service_name is the Oracle Net service name.