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Hi,

I would like to use PL/SQL WRAP but i am unsuccesfull.
I created file c:/2/a.sql

and from system command promt i write: "C:\OraWin95\BIN>wrap c:\2\a.sql"
I get:

'wrap' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

I use WIN NT

Thanks for help
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you should find "wrap.exe" (in windows environment), or "wrap" (in unix environment) located in ORACLE_HOME/bin directory
it's better to use server's wrap utility ...
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I tried search on disk C but no files 'wrap.exe' were found. Maybe i should instal wrap feature somehow?
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i suppose u have installed only oracle client. wrap utility is part of installation of each oracle server, but not client...
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Would the wrap work if i  put wrap.exe in my computer?
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i suppose : yes
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by:sapnam
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Have you searched for WRAP*.exe.  On my machine, the files are WRAP22.EXE and WRAP23.EXE
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if you have installed dev 6i then it would be WRAP80.EXE
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