When you run Net Configuration Assistant with a response file, you run it in a silent mode.
This lets you configure and start an Oracle Net listener on the system, configure naming methods, and configure Oracle Net service names. To run NetCA in a silent mode, use the
netca.rsp response file in the
\assistants\netca directory, and the
response directory in the
database\response directory on the DVD.
If you copied the software to a hard disk, the response files are located in the
On Windows, you must open command prompt with the Administrator privileges.
To create a Net Configuration Assistant response file:
netca.rspresponse file template from the response file directory to a directory on your system.
netca.rspis located in the
database\responsedirectory on the Oracle Database installation media.
Open the response file in a text editor.
Edit the file, following the instructions in the file.
Net Configuration Assistant fails if you do not correctly configure the
To run Net Configuration Assistant using the response file you just created, run Net Configuration Assistant in silent mode as follows, replacing
local_dir with the directory where you placed your version of the
netca.rsp response file:
C:\ORACLE_HOME\bin> netca /silent /responsefile local_dir\netca.rsp
C:\ORACLE_HOME\bin> netca /silent /responsefile C:\oracle_response_files\mynetca.rsp