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sqlldr cannot find oravsn8.dll on Win98

Posted on 2001-09-13
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I have installed 8i Rel 2 (8.1.6) on Redhat6.2 (wanted to install on RH71., but then had to revert to 6.2, but that is another story)

I have installed client (8.1.5) on a Win98 machine (typical install).

I can connect with SQL*Plus, no problem.

BUT, when when I try to invoke the SQL*Loader, I get a message "Can't find ORAVSN8.DLL". I am unable to resolve this problem. I have looked for the file on the install CDROM, as well as on Oracle site, with no success.

Anybody faces this problem? Any solution?

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Question by:suhasjs
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by:Irka
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Do you check if this file exists in Oracle directory in your machine?
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ramkb earned 50 total points
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Hi,

You can download this file from the Oracle ftp site at the following location:

ftp://oracle-ftp.oracle.com/server/patchsets/wgt_tech/server/windowsNT/utilities/oravsn8dll/815/

Cheers,
Ramesh
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