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How to connect to Oracle 10g from Visual C++ 9 (2008)?

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I am writing a project in VC++ 9 (VC++ 2008) and want to connect to Oracle Database(10g). I tried several methods but it is not working. Please give me a sample code for database connectivity of VC++ 9 (VC++ 2008) with Oracle.
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by:rendaduiyan
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Oracle release a plugin for Visual Studio 2008, which afford its implement for DataProvidor in ADO.NET.
With it, you can connect oracle 10g as SQL server.
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can u suggest a sample code... pls .. we have started from scarps.. so need more help
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