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Default Connection to Network based Oracle Database

AOA All And Hi to All
Yet now the problem to Oracle 9i Database via OracleClient is solved.
I am facing another problem.
I have two servers named Server and Holy.Both of them have installed Oracle 9i with the same SID which is "Pharmax" and ofcourse it is Global database name.Now i can easly connect with Holy Server "Pharmax" Database when i write
Data Source=Pharmax
It communicates with only Holy Server.I also communicate with the server Server it has the same name as Holy server Database which is Pharmax.So please tell me any idea that i can easly access the both database having the same name.


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