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How to install ToRa to run with Oracle 10g

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Hello experts,
I am trying to get ToRa work with my Oracle 10g.
OS: RedHAt
Oracle: 10g Database (not client)
I've installed tora.1.3.14 on my machine, and everytime I tried to run (tora) it poped out an error:
tora: relocation error: tora: undefined symbol: _ZN12KCmdLineArgs4initEiPPcPKcS3_S3_S3_b

I've also tried to install Oracle Client after that (full version) on the same machine. I.e I have both Oracle Server and Oracle Client installed on my Linux box, and I still got the same error.
Could you please help me to solve this problem?
thanks,
Do
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by:dttai
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P/S: I installed Oracle Client b/c Henrik at Tora suggested that Oracle Client is needed. I am not sure if Oracle Server can be an alternative; hence, I installed Client too.
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I just increase the point hoping that the question can attract more people :)
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I just increase the point hoping that the question can attract more p/l
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by:Helena Marková
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What is ToRa ?
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:),
Sorry it is Toolkit for Oracle at http://www.globecom.net/tora/
I am trying to use this one to have a graphical representation of data content in my db.
Thanks,
Do
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by:Helena Marková
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Thank you for information :)
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by:vn77
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Hello,
Not sure if you've already checked out this website, just throw it out in case it may help. I think this is the development mailing list for Tora.

http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?forum=tora-develop

G' luck,
vn
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I read your the other post on installing Oracle Client on XP. I have this suggestion, which may not answer your original question directly, but still could allow you to use Tora.
Install Tora on WinXp instead of linux to see if it worked.
G' luck,
vn
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IT WORKED :)
Initially, in my other post about Oracle Client, I just want to access it remotely (still using SQL*PLUS utility). Then when I install Tora for Windows as you suggested, it worked. Now I can view the table in a nice tabular form. THANK YOU for your suggestion.
Just a little curios: when my table is too big (say in the order of ten of thousands rows), Tora just occasionally hung up when I did select on that table. The error message is very obscure.
Anyway, at least Tora works (well partially in that sense).
Thanks again,
Do
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