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If you exit the iSQL*Plus session by typing in the word exit, you ll still be connected to the database. The
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exit command in iSQL*Plus only stops any scripts you may be currently executing, but it leaves your database
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Once you re connected to iSQL*Plus, you can switch your connection and log into a different database, just as you would in SQL*Plus, by using the CONNECT command, as shown here: CONNECT username/password@connect_identifier
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If your previous iSQL*Plus connections didn t shut down gracefully, you may sometimes have trouble starting your iSQL*Plus connection. To solve this problem, first make sure that no previous
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CHAPTER 12 USING SQL*PLUS AND iSQL*PLUS
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sessions are still running by using the following command, which I explained earlier in the Checking Whether the iSQL*Plus Application Server Is Running section: $ ps -eaf |grep Djava If the previous command indicates that an iSQL*Plus process is still running, use the following command to kill the process: $ $ORACLE_HOME/bin/isqlplusctl stop If the previous command fails to kill the iSQL*Plus process, use the UNIX/Linux kill command, as shown here: $ kill -9 <process_id> Restart the iSQL*Plus process, using the following command: $ $ORACLE_HOME/bin/isqlplusctl start If you re still having problems starting up the iSQL*Plus session, it s time to clear the RMI and HTTP ports, and one way to do so is by using the lsof utility, as shown here: $ lsof -i:5560 If you see a lot of processes using port 5560, kill them using the following command, which uses the lsof utility and pipes its results to the kill command directly: $ lsof -i:5560 | grep -v PID | awk '{print $2}' | xargs kill -9
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Changing the iSQL*Plus Default Port
Your iSQL*Plus Application Server may not start up if the port it s supposed to be using (5560 by default) is already in use. You can confirm this by using the netstat command. If you need to change the port number for the iSQL*Plus Application Server, use the following steps, after making sure the iSQL*Plus Application Server is stopped first: 1. Edit the configuration file, which is named http-web-site.xml and is located in the ORACLE_HOME/oc4j/j2ee/isqlplus/config directory. Change the port number (for example, port="5560") to the port number you wish to use. 2. Restart the iSQL*Plus Application Server like this: $ isqlplusctl start
Starting iSQL*Plus from a URL
You can also start an iSQL*Plus session from a URL. Here s an example: http://localhost.localdomain:5560/isqlplus/dba/dynamic userid=hr/hr@orcl%20as%20sysdba&script=testscript.sql&name=*&salary=12000 This is just a test URL, to show you how to specify the script name, username/password combination, and the connect identifier when you connect. Of course, you d enter the two lines as one unbroken URL in your web browser.
CHAPTER 12 USING SQL*PLUS AND iSQL*PLUS
Connecting to a Remote Database
You can connect to remote databases just as you do from SQL*Plus, by either specifying the remote database in the tnsnames.ora file, or by using the easy connect method. If you wish, you can specify the entire connection identifier in the URL. By using the iSQLPlusConnectIdList parameter, you can restrict connections to a limited set of databases. Here s an example that shows how you can connect to a remote database using the complete database connection string: <href='http://localhost.localdomain:5560/isqlplus userid="hr/hr@ (DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS_LIST=(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=TCP)(HOST=localhost) (PORT=1521)))(CONNECT_DATA=(SID=orcl)))" &script=http://localhost/scripts/report.sql'> iSQL*Plus Dynamic Report</a> Using this URL, you can create a link in your HTML pages to run a dynamic report using iSQL*Plus.
Navigating in iSQL*Plus
Once you log in to the iSQL*Plus interface, there are several ways to navigate inside. You can move to other screens in the following ways: Navigation icons: When you first log in, you ll see three navigations icons: Logout, Preferences, and Help. These are located in the top right of your current screen, and you can click them to go to a different screen. Menus: The menus let you navigate to screens such as Preferences. Footer links: Navigation links to other screens are at the bottom of each page.
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