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ODBC Connection from Oracle 10g on Win2003 x64 to SQL Server

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Hello,

We're trying to connect to SQL server from our Oracle 10g database that is on Windows 2003 Server x64.  Through issues encountered and then research I found that Oracle Heterogeneous services aren't supported in 64 bit, so I need some sort of solution to select information out of the SQL Server DB from the Oracle DB.  I checked out EasySoft's solutions but they are only offered for Unix or Linux platforms.  I also researched Oracle's DG4ODBC and DG4MSQL but they are only for 32 bit.

Does anyone have any suggestions or solutions to this at all?  This is a critical issue for us at this point and time.

Thanks,
Joe
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You can install Oracle Listener plus Gateway on a x86 machine, and use that machine as a gateway.
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