Per default, 'oracle' user does not have any DB-specific environment variables. Assigning the variables manually per oraenv/coraenv scripts might not be the desired approach.
- as of Oracle 12c Database
- SAP Release independent
- Valid only for Central SAP System Installation Type (Database- and SAP Instance located on one host)
- Linux / UNIX
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