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Scripts under COMMON_TOP/admin/scripts on 11i

Following are the different scripts under COMMON_TOP/admin/scripts/$CONTEXT_NAME and their usages,

1. --> Apache Startup/Shutdown script
2. --> Forms server Startup/Shutdown script
3. --> Forms metric server Startup/Shutdown script
4. --> Forms metric client Startup/Shutdown script
5. --> Concurrent manager Startup/Shutdown script
6. --> Autoconfig Startup/Shutdown script
7. --> TCF Socket Startup/Shutdown script
8. -->  Start / Stop Apache Web Server Listener in restricted mode
9. --> Discoverer Startup/Shutdown script
10. --> Applications RPC Listener process Startup/Shutdown script
11. --> JTF Fulfillment server Startup/Shutdown script

12. --> Start all of the scripts above using this script
13. --> Stop all the services from the above script using this script


vimal said…
QUS:Employees who dont have subordinates using sunqueries?
i need answer for this
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Ques:Sir please give me an example of joining two tables if one condition belongs to emp table nd other condition belongs to dept table
display all the managers nd clerks who work in account department???
Mithun Ashok said…
Hi Vimal,

Employees who dont have subordinates using subqueries.

select empno, ename from emp where empno not in (select mgr from emp where mgr is not null);

Mithun Ashok said…
Hi Abhijit,

Here is the answer,

select ename, job, dname,dept.deptno from emp, dept
where emp.deptno=dept.deptno
and job in ('MANAGER','CLERK')
and dname='ACCOUNTING';

Logu said…
hello Sir, I'm loganathan From trichy, tamil nadu.
Today i finished my 3rd class in SQL..
your teaching was awesome sir...
but i hsve some language problem and also in commmunication skills...
i need some practice for developing my communication skill sir..
thank you...Sir

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