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My Oracle Support Community (MOSC): a place to find answers on Oracle questions or issues (Doc ID 973667.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 07, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Net Services
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Have you ever needed to ask an Oracle expert a technical question or possibly had a pending issue that you need some advice on but you did not want to open a Service Request?
Or possibly wanted to provide feedback on an Oracle product or component or even the tools you use to communicate with Oracle but wanted to know how?

Well, such help is very easily found now in My Oracle Support's Communities

These communities contain almost all Oracle products, components, and related Applications (more are added as requirements and community member feedback dictates) and are visited by tens of thousands of Oracle customers, users, engineers, and experts from around the world.
For a current list of what communities are available, please see Document 1061898.1

Within these communities, there are many existing issues and solutions, questions and answers, as well as customer created documents that can be easily accessed with various topics covered from "How and why..." to "Is this how it works?" to more complex matters dealing with product tuning and best practices.

Currently, you can subscribe to certain communities through your own profile or you can turn subscription off, which allows visiting ALL communities.


To use, partake, contribute, or just visit these valuable communities for invaluable data outside SRs, simply sign into My Oracle Support, select the "Community" tab, and follow the simple welcome directions. Should you have any questions related to the Communities, there is a FAQ link, training, as well as helpful Community Moderators to guide you through any issues.

Use the communities window below to search for similar discussions or start a new discussion on this subject.
Please note: The Window is the LIVE community not a screenshot.

Click *here* to open in main browser window.


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My Oracle Support provides customers with access to over a million knowledge articles and a vibrant support community of peers and Oracle experts.