You want to understand the various database connection methods used by the DLP Enforce server to connect to its Oracle database.
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Enforce services use a JDBC thin connection, taking the jdbc.dbalias.oracle-thin property's value from jdbc.properties under:
The Enforce Server Migration Utility also uses a JDBC thin connection, taken from the jdbc.dbalias.oracle-thin property's value within the jdbc.properties file, found under the currently installed product config folder. For example, migrating from a 14.6 installation, with default paths, the connection string would be loaded from:
Note: The Enforce Server Migration Utility runs the URT pre-checks as a sub-step, which is why the URT needs to be placed in the migration URT sub-directory.
The URT builds an Easy Connect string from user prompts for the current:
MPs use an Oracle Easy Connect connection, e.g., protect/<password>@//192.168.1.174:1521/protect
The Easy Connect string is constructed using the Oracle database installation values from the DatabasePassword.properties file.
And also the following Registry location: