If you are using Oracle client software to connect to a database not on the current machine, you must set up a service name for your database. To set this up, you need the following details from your database administrator:
When you have these, you can use Oracle's Net Configuration Assistant, which is supplied with the Oracle client install. After entering the correct details, the wizard enables you to test the connection.
If successful, you are ready to start configuring the Database Connectors client by editing the ACUFH configuration file. These connection details equate to the A_ORA_DATABASE (service name), ORA_LOGIN (user-name), and ORA_PASSWD (password) configuration variables.