I'm running SQL query on MS- Access 2000 which has DBlink to Oracle 9i tables, this works fine.
We've recently we've upgraded from Oracle 9i to Oracle 10G Client only and when I try to run the same SQL query on MS- Access 2000 which has DBlink now to Oracle 10G, it gives the below error:
"[Oracle][ODBC][ORA]ORA-01013: user requested cancel of current operation (#1013)"
I have a System DSN that uses default values for everything. Therefore, I has the checkbox enabled that says, "Enable Query Timeout". It references TNSNAMES.ORA with the database (as well as several others) are configured
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