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How To Set a NLS Session Parameter At Database Or Schema Level For All Connections? (Doc ID 251044.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 15, 2019

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How to define some NLS session parameters for all clients, regardless of the used NLS_LANG (or other NLS parameter) setting on the client side

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Oracle DBA who want to control NLS settings from the server side.

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 Why to set a NLS session parameter at Database or Schema level for all connections?
 How to set a NLS session parameter at database level for all connections ?
 How to set a NLS session parameter at schema level for all connections ?
 What NLS parameters can be set using logon triggers?
 How to see if there are logon triggers?
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