RE: scope

For the pfile, you'd have to add it manually, or recreate pfile from spfile to 
have it included.

You can't write directly to the pfile otherwise I don't think.

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Subject: scope

I have to issue this command for some auditing:
alter system set audit_trailÛ scope=spfile;

My question is that I still use a pfile.  So do I use both or memory or nothing 
for scope?

ciao,
Brian

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