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  • What Values Do Multi-Tier Users Need To Pass In Their Data-Sources? -- Answer
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  • Multi-Tier users must pass the following values in their Multi-Tier DSNs: Server -- Passes the hostname or IP address of the server on which the Multi-Tier Request Broker listens. Also passes the TCP port on which the Broker listens. The format is host:port. Domain -- This value corresponds to a Domain Alias that appears in the [Domain Aliases] section of the Session Rules Book. Default Domain Aliases are named after the databases to which the database agent connect. Custom Domain Aliases may take any form. Database -- This is the name of the database or Oracle SID. Login ID -- This is a valid database username. Password -- This is a valid database password.
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