Accessing Oracle Databases using VBA in Excel

Hi,
   Did any one try accessing oracle databases using VBA from Excel. I combine Excel macros, Essbase OLAP tool DLL's and VBA to create reports and i would now like to get the data from an Oracle database also. Did any one try that? Any pointers would help?

Thanks,
Sridevi
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srirambmCommented:
Try using "ORACLE Objects For OLE"
it is an InProcess Server that will
allow you to access ORACLE natively
using VBA
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