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Oracle DBA Justin - How to set the Oracle environment on a Unix or Linux system

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How to set the Oracle environment on a Unix or Linux system
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blueboy334 (3 months ago)
Thank you Justin!!! Excellent vid...I recently moved all my Oracle dbs from Windows to AIX...it's a marriage made in heaven!!!
suvathi 018 (3 months ago)
https://bit.ly/2jN3g20 Thanks for sharing wonderful and clear-cut information, helped me to gain more knowledge.
Kiran Palakurthy (5 months ago)
Amazing, crisp and clear
sowjanya pitla (6 months ago)
Very clearly explained..Thank you so much for the video..
Husnain Bhara (1 year ago)
so after i do this i can create tables on my server and link them to java programs?
aamir abdulsalam (2 years ago)
Brilliantly explained. Environmental variables were a blur to me before I saw this. Great work!
DEBADUTTA ROUT (2 years ago)
This video is excellent. Please upload some videos on Oracle architecture & some real time works of oracle dba. I am a beginner. Thanks
Didier Mwewa (2 years ago)
excellent video simple to follow
it's me Shelby (3 years ago)
Excellent video. Do you have a video on installing oracl 11g on linux
Vivek Basal (3 years ago)
Hi Justin, Great knowledge..Superb…so thankful for such a informative knowledge sharing. I want your help…in live environment we cannot put user information and password in shell scripts to connect to Oracle. Could you please help me in sharing…I want to execute oracle procedure from shell script but I don't want to give any user or connection information in shell script whereas i want to set somewhere in env file and in encrypted form…I am strugglling to find this on internet..I appreciate your help in this regard.  
vithal thummuluri (3 years ago)
thank you so much.... it helped me to resolve "sqlplus command not found" error
Very useful.. Thanks....
Ramakrishnan Anbumani (4 years ago)
Thank you so much for posting nice video
Dipak Kumar Gupta (4 years ago)
Great tutorial.... very  helpful & easy...
Darrell Belcher (4 years ago)
Great tutorial. Many thanks!
Gerald Ladera (4 years ago)
Uname: Darwin...
mcky mini (4 years ago)
can you please post  the video on shell scripting , with a real time example as you did this.
mcky mini (4 years ago)
Thank you so much for posting nice video...
Agni Mithra Ayyagari (4 years ago)
Very useful video
Nelson Nelson (5 years ago)
Great video! Just one question do we need to set the oracle environment everytime we log on or could we just set it on permanently some way?
Hari P (5 years ago)
justin, its really valuable information which help to start my career in ORACLE DBA
Greta Margaux (5 years ago)
Justin all smiles here! I needed this video!
Ayoob manker (5 years ago)
thax Sir, i love all ur videos.. which is help me a lot... God bless you. Sir
awesomeindia (5 years ago)
awesome....god bless u justin...
Vivek Malla (5 years ago)
This video gives a clear and transparent understanding for those who are always in a confusion of how dealing with ORACLE Software environment...Thank you for uploading this bible.
salprad (6 years ago)
Amazing ... clear explaination and you have made it so easy for anyone to understand.
Nearco1000 (6 years ago)
Justin, thank you very much for sharing your knowledge, if you add another video how to install 11G.2 in a unix system would be appreciated as all your videos, thank you again for you contribution to Oracle community.
MrOraclerac (6 years ago)
Very very good video and ur explanation is very good. Kindly do some video on the oracle installation on unix and patch apply etc please.
McDs Chef (6 years ago)
Very clearly explained. Awesome. Keep up the good oracle videos :) Good channel!
Neeraj Vasudeva (6 years ago)
Nicely explained. Perhaps a little touch on .profile file would have been great, since for 1 db that is also sufficient to have instead of executing .oraenv Overall very nicely explained.

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