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Unformatted text preview: Answers:
A: V$DATABASE view displays information about database, but not about the database character
B: DBA_CHARACTER_SET view does not exist.
D: NLS_DATABASE_CHARACTERSET view does not exist.
Oracle 8, DBA Certification Exam Guide, Jason S. Couchman, p. 547
Chapter 11: Data Loads and National Language Support
How can you declare the national character set and the database character set?
A. By creating the database
B. By installing the Oracle software
C. By setting the initialization parameter CHARACTER_SET
D. By setting the environment variable DB_CHARACTER_SET
Answer A is correct. You can set the national character set and the database character set only by
creating the database, you cannot change them later. Only one way to change national character
set and the database character set: to recreate database.
B: You cannot declare these parameters just by installing the Oracle software.
C: CHARACTERSET parameter exists in CREATE DATABASE command, there is no
CHARACTER_SET parameter in initSID.ora file.
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