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Crystal 9 driver for Oracle 10

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I use Crystal Reports 9 with ODBC to Oracle.  Yesterday it worked with Oracle 9.  The DB group updated to Oracle 10 last night and my driver no longer works.  Is there any info on getting and installing a Crystal Reports 9 driver for Oracle 10?  Thanks
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Try this source for an updated ODBC driver, and remember to update your DSN.
http://www.oracle.com/technology/software/tech/windows/odbc/index.html
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You can also check the Crystal installation cds to see if it has an Oracle 10 driver.

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