connect oracle in linux

Posted on 2002-07-23
Last Modified: 2011-09-20
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if i want to use visual basic connecting oracle 9i in linux?
how could i do
Question by:tewe
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via ADO through OLEDB or ODBC

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should i install the linux oracle driver in client ?

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ariell earned 50 total points
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no. you have to install MDAC (2.6 or higher) on the client
also be sure to install Oracle client (net8 protocols etc.)
and cunfigure the client properly.
test tnsping to Oracle etc.

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