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PRKA-2002: Listener already exists → again using the 'srvctl add nodeapps' command. PRKA-2002: Listener already exists
Configuring the Listener for PL/SQL → Automation Feature for PL/SQL relies on listener callouts, you must configure the listener and Oracle Net … listener.ora Configuration File LISTENER = (ADDRESS_LIST = (ADDRESS= (PROTOCOL= IPC) (KEY= EXTPROC0
7.9 Configuring the Listener File (listener.ora) → sections: Local Listeners Multiple Listeners How Oracle Database Uses the Listener (listener.ora File)
Starting and Stopping the Repository Browser Listener → Before you can open the Repository Browser, the Repository Browser Listener must be started … . Starting the Repository Browser Listener in Windows Open a command prompt window and run startOwbbInst.bat … oc4j administrator. Stopping the Repository Browser Listener Open a command prompt window and run … Repository Browser Listener
3.3 Automatic Listener Migration from Earlier Releases → installation, then most installation types automatically migrate the Oracle Database 10.1 listener to the 11 g … listener using the same TCP/IP port as the existing listener, with the IPC key value EXTPROC. This … automatically migrates the listener and related files from the Oracle Database 10.1 or 10.2 Oracle home
6.7 Configuring the Listener File (listener.ora) → headings: Local Listeners Multiple Listeners How Oracle Uses the Listener (listener.ora File)
3.5 Automatic Listener Migration from Earlier Releases → installation, then most installation types automatically migrate the Oracle Database 10.1 listener to the 11 g … listener using the same TCP/IP port as the existing listener, with the IPC key value EXTPROC. This … automatically migrates the listener and related files from the Oracle Database 10.1 or 10.2 Oracle home
Oracle Net Listener Configuration → On the database server, the Oracle Ne t listener (the listener), is a process that listens for … these requests to the database server. The default listener configuration file is called listener.ora … address that identifies the database. This address defines the protocol the listener is listening on and … any
Viewing Listener Configuration → (NETCA) automatically configures a listener called LISTENER that has a TCP/IP listening protocol … address for the database. If you do a custom installation, then NETCA prompts you to configure a listener … manage your server-side network configuration with a Listener page. The Listener page displays
Starting and Stopping the Listener → The Oracle listener is set to start automatically whenever your server computer is restarted … listener, you can restart it with Database Control or at the command line. To stop the listener with … Database Control: On the Database Home page, click the Listener link under General. The Listener page
6.7.3 How Oracle Uses the Listener (listener.ora File) → Services coordinate their sessions using listener file entries by running a process on the server … . Protocol addresses are configured in the listener configuration file, listener.ora, for a database … service through the listener. During a preconfigured database configuration installation, Oracle Net … Configuration Assistant
15.8.1 Specifying a Message Listener at the Message Consumer → method specifies a message listener at the message consumer. It has the following parameter: Parameter … Description myListener Sets the consumer message listener Example 15-11 Specifying Message Listener at
PRKO-2016: \"Error in checking condition of listener on node: \" → that the GSDs are running on each node in the cluster. PRKO-2016: \"Error in checking condition of listener on node: \"
15.8.2 Specifying a Message Listener at the Session → public void setMessageListener(javax.jms.MessageListener listener) throws JMSException This method … specifies a message listener at the session. Parameter Description listener Message listener to associate with this session
7.9.3 How Oracle Database Uses the Listener (listener.ora File) → Services coordinate their sessions using listener file entries by running a process on the server … service or non-database service. Protocol addresses are configured in the listener configuration … addresses can connect to a service through the listener. During a preconfigured database … configuration installation, Oracle Net
2.6.4 Starting the Listener with Oracle Database Vault Installations → You need to start the listener and database on all Oracle RAC nodes other than the one on which the
Listener Requirements → In Oracle Database 10 g Release 1 (10.1) or later, the listener is set to start automatically at … system restart. If you intend to use only the listener for all of your databases, ensure that only the … Windows service for the listener, as listed in the Control Panel, is set to start automatically … . Oracle usually recommends
Preventing the Listener from Stopping Until the XML Document Is Processed → procedure starts the listener and dequeues the message and calls another procedure to process the XML … document and the listener could be held up until the XML document is processed. Meanwhile messages
ORA-12514: TNS: listener could not resolve SERVICE_NAME given in connect descriptor. → LISTENER.ORA for this purpose by stopping and restarting the listener process. Use the values of the parameters
Oracle Net Listener Security → Local listener administration is secure through local operating system authentication, which … restricts listener administration to the user who started the listener or to the superuser. By default, no … other user can administer the listener. However, you can optionally configure a password. If the … listener