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Conect Oracle with BDE native driver

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I am facing a problem in connecting oracle 8 thru my delphi application using bde oracle native driver
But i can connect using ODBC DSN
but i want to use only native driver.
i tried but i got an error
ORA-01041: internal error. hostdef extension doesnot exists.

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Now, try these:
use bde admin in control panel to confirm your default oracle driver is version 8
make sure the oracle client is installed properly
test your connection with sql plus
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Have you set the proper Vendor init DLL?

Have you set up a valid listener? What about the client-side Oracle client? Has it been installed?

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