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if I doesn't install oracle client...........can I connect to oracle db from vb?.....I doesn't want to install oracle client, I want to use a ODBC connection.....how can i do it?.......

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You can't, the minimum requirement is ORACLE CLIENT. It isn't even possible through ODBC witout a client.
There are several THIN drivers for ORACLE but non of them can be used with VB ( Java-JDBC only ).
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Ok, I'll check the information.....
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Ok, thank you  aelatik...........
I'm working in the problem......
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