I am running Windows XP SP 2 with an Oracle 9i client installed.
I want to open an ADO connection to an Oracle 9i database using the Oracle OLEDB provider.
My connection string starts: Provider=OraOLEDB.Oracle.1;
When I try to make the connection I get the error:
Provider cannot be found. It may not be properly installed.
Looking around on Experts Exchange I found that someone had had this problem but fixed it my installing ADO 2.8. I downloaded ADO 2.8 and tried to install it but was told it was already built into windows and so I didn't need to install it.
I have tried connecting without the ".1" with no luck, and am aware that it is possible to connect with "Provider=MSDAORA;" but this is a fairly large application and I won't want to retest the whole thing with a different OLEDB provider.
Truncate is a DDL Command where as Delete is a DML Command.
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truncate table <table_name> ??
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