Method used by clients to connect to oracle database server
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Administering and Managing an Oracle Database
Q. Which method is used by the clients to connect to the oracle database server?
- Published on 27 Jul 15
Both A & B
None of the above
ANSWER: Both A & B
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-Posted on 30 Sep 15
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