I do not know about how to using ldap.ora.
In our environment, we have one global TNSNAMES.OAR file in network and DBA control.
All company end user using the global tnanames.ora as default their connection.
Of course, DBA control the user account and privilege on each database; we are not single sign on.
Good luck… maybe you can get good answer from other DBA who using ldap.ora.
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Thanks for your reply. I don’t have a variable named ‘TNS_ADMIN’ under System variables. Also, I am using ldap.ora file instead of tnsnames.ora file.
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