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Got Error when try to connect to Oracle DB 10G 64 bit using OS 2008

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Hey,

Facing problem to connect to oracle 10G 64 bit using server 2008 R2 platform.
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I hate to tell you this, but sqlplus version 3, is NOT the 10g version.  I think it was way back in 8i (maybe earlier).

Check your PATH and other environment variables.  You have a really old Oracle install somewhere and you are using it.
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