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Hi anywhere,
my application in C++ working with another databases throw ADO. With Oracle connect I receive errors, when  any methods are not supported. (recordset->AddNew(,...).
I am using oracle provider from Microsoft. (msdaora). With ODBC I have similar problem. Exists any better OLEDB provider for Oracle? With MSSQL,INFORMIX,SYBASE I haven't problem.
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AndrewRodionov earned 100 total points
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Hi svab!
You can download the Oracle Provider for OLE DB. Look at

http://technet.oracle.com/software/tech/nt/ole_db/software_index.htm

Andrew
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