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I am taking a few notes as I set up ArcSDE 9.2 backed by Oracle = 10.0.2 ...
Seems straight forward enough ... except
It seems that Oracle has moved on past what ESRI supports by way of lett= ing management application hack away and add tables. We need to go into an = internal file and add a couple of lines to listener.ora
Basically ArcSDE needs to use this GLOBAL_DBNAME setting in order to kno= w what database to add an SDE user to and set up its tables. GLOBAL_DBNAME = is no longer used by others to the point Oracle has stopped having it aroun= d by default.
On windows the file will look something like this when you are done:
After you have added these lines you need to kick the listener to notice= the file: