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Error ORA-03121 in Oracle9i and PowerBuilder 9

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Hi Experts,

I have installed a Powerbuilder 9 and Oralce 9i client on an Winodws 2000.  When the application tries to connect the Oracle 8i DB in Unix, I get an error ORA-03121 no interface driver connected.  Do you know what driver I should add and how can I get it?  Is there any step I should perform for database connection?

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It is recommended to use the same version, i.e. client 8i for 8i DB.
Add an entry to TNSNAMES.ORA located on the client, then test connection with command TNSPING (in DOS window).
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