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Specifying link properties

The wizard step was supplied to define common public link properties. The detailed description of the properties you can find below.



The field represents the new public database link name as it was set on the previous wizard step.


Here you can see the owner of the new public database link.  



Check the option to use a single network connection to create a public database link that can be shared among multiple users.


Connect string

Specify the service name of a remote database. If you specify only the database name, then Oracle Database implicitly appends the database domain to the connect string to create a complete service name. Therefore, if the database domain of the remote database is different from that of the current database, then you must specify the complete service name.


You also need to specify the User name and Password used to connect to the remote database


Authenticated (User name, Password) (Available for shared public database links)

Specify the username and password on the target instance. This clause authenticates the user to the remote server and is required for security. The specified username and password must be a valid username and password on the remote instance. The username and password are used only for authentication. No other operations are performed on behalf of this user.

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