Under start->Programs->Quest Software->Toad For Oracle->Tools you should
find SQL Monitor or SQL Tracker. Start this up AFTER toad is running but
BEFORE selecting a database to connect to.
In the list of running applications in SQL Monitor, select Toad, and
click the button to start monitoring.
In Toad, attempt to connect to the database in question.
Watch SQL Monitor’s output. When it appears to have stopped, Save the
output to a file BEFORE you stop monitoring Toad. (I think at 9.7
stopping monitoring clears the output!).
Turn off monitoring of Toad.
Now, you can have a look at the monitor output, safely saved in a file,
to see if you can find the problem, or past the output into an email
(some attachments don’t get transmitted) and send it here.
I’ve just run it with Toad 10.6GA, an Oracle 10g client and an Oracle
10.2.0.1 database, and at no point can I see Toad attempting to set NLS
parameters, lots of reading of them though.
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