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URGENT!!!!!! DBMS profile O84 for Powerbuilder 8.0

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I have an appilcation which is in PB6.5 and access oracle 8i . Now the oracle is going to be upgraded to 9i and the PB to PB8.0.

The ini file for the application had th oracle driver as O73, Now for 9i We need to update it to O84. But I donot know the exact syntax for this. Iam attaching my old ini file for PB6.5. Can anyone please tell me how to change the DBMS parameter in this?

[Database]
Vendors=ODBC,O73 ORACLE v7.3
DBMS="O73 ORACLE v7.3"
ServerName=@tns:prod_d
Database=@tns:prod_d
LogId=PADALAP
LogPassword=
DbParm=
;
AutoCommit=FALSE
Opt=rule
DB_Trace=off

[Application]
AutoPrint=NO

[Debug]
SqlTrace=Yes
TraceFileName=d:\care\carerptsqltrace.txt


I have tried all options like giving
DBMS = "O84"
DBMS = "O84 Oracle 8.0.4"
DBMS = "O84 Oracle8/8i (8.x.4+)"

Pls help. Its very urgent.
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Question by:sajidh_unisa
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schwertner earned 125 total points
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O84 does not exists at all. The versions of 8i are 8.1.5, 8.1.6, 8.1.7

But you say you are working with 9i. So try
9.0
9.0.1
9.0.2
9.0.2.0
9.2.0.4
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