The LCT file extension is related to the Oracle Database and used for its configuration files.

There is one other file type using
the LCT file extension!

lct file icon.lct - Electrical Filter Design file

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Software that works with lct file extension

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LCT file extension - Oracle Database configuration file

What is lct file? How to open lct files?

File type specification:

Configuration file type icon Configuration file type

The LCT file extension is associated with the Oracle Database an object-relational database management system for Windows, Linux and Unix systems. The *.lct ifle stores configuration data for Oracle Database loader data files.

The default software associated to lct file type:

Oracle Database icon

Oracle Corporation logo Oracle Database  Multiplatform software

Company or developer:
  Oracle Corporation

Oracle Database is very popular object-relational database management system. Oracle Database is distributed Oracle Database is available for Windows, Linux and Unix.

Help how to open LCT files:

Currently there is no specific information available, about how to open this file extension.

How to convert file with extension LCT:

Currently there is no specific information available, about how to convert this file extension.

List of recommended software applications associated to the .lct file extension

Recommended software programs are sorted by OS platform (Windows, Mac OS X etc.) and possible program actions
that can be done with the file
: like open lct file, edit lct file, convert lct file, view lct file, play lct file etc. (if exist software for corresponding action in's database).

  • Settings lct file

Settings file type for software that use lct file - Oracle Database configuration file

Click on the link to get more information about Oracle Database for settings lct file action.


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