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    handnblndr
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    Editing the path
    I need to edit the program path for OS 10.4 in order to run a sql client. Any ideas on how to do this?

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    Are you running the sql client from the command line (terminal application)?
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    handnblndr
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    Quote Originally Posted by rman
    Are you running the sql client from the command line (terminal application)?
    No i downloaded a client from oracle, but if i can do it through the comand then that would be good also.

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    I'm not sure what your asking. Are you talking about this; PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin ?

    In the csh this works;
    set path=(/bin /sbin /usr/bin /usr/sbin /some/Oracle/Path)

    This might work also;
    set path=($path /some/Oracle/Path)

    I'm not sure how to do that in the Bash shell.

    Also note the order may be important to your program.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xstep
    I'm not sure what your asking. Are you talking about this; PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/sbin ?

    In the csh this works;
    set path=(/bin /sbin /usr/bin /usr/sbin /some/Oracle/Path)

    This might work also;
    set path=($path /some/Oracle/Path)

    I'm not sure how to do that in the Bash shell.

    Also note the order may be important to your program.
    This would be better set path=($path /some/Oracle/Path)
    if you are using csh or tsch. You would be adding your oracle it to the current path list.
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