"Dynamic" SQLNET configuration

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    John Glass Guest

    Default "Dynamic" SQLNET configuration

    While I have found plenty of articles on how to dynamically configure an ODBC DSN to connect to Oracle from within ASP, they all require that a Oracle SQLNET data control be pre-configured using SQLNET Easy configuration. I need to connect to multiple Oracle servers, and I want create this SQLNET configuration "on the fly". Is this possible?<BR><BR>John

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    James W. Guest

    Default Possibly

    When they&#039;re talking about using SQLNet easy config, all this really does is create an entry in the tnsnames.ora file. If you had permissions to write to this file using the File System Object, you could theoretically enter a db entry &#039;on the fly&#039; and then connect.

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