Oracle Schema name in connection string


How do I include a schema name in a connection string in .net

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William Patrick
Asked on: Oct 10, 2011 at 8:10PM

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You should do something like this..

The schema is synonymous with user in oracle - you don't specify a schema in the connection string - you specify a username. Each user may or may not be an owner of database objects (tables, views, procedures, etc). To access the objects owner by another user (schema) you can either:

  1. Use a fully qualified name: SCHEMA.OBJECTNAME

Specify in web.config like..

add name="ConStringname" connectionString="Data Source=DBName;User ID=Schema_name;Password=*******;"/>

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Gokul A
Answered on: Oct 10, 2011 at 8:20PM

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