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Should I approach this through this through the preferences screen or code a dialog box into which users can input their details? Either way, how should I arrange security for the app?
I have installed Oracle but when I’m starting Oracle *Plus it is not accepting the username and password 'scott and tiger' and 'system manager.' It is also not accepting these user names and passwords.