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Oracle 10R2 Client for 2008 R2 IIS Server

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I am building a new IIS server for our company using 2008 R2.  The web guys need a Oracle DB client installed to talk to our Linux based Oracle Enterprise DB server, without installing an actual DB product.  Does anyone know what I should install?  OracleXE was used in the past, but this seemed like an overkill.  InstantClient BasicLite maybe?
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I would definitely look at Instant Client:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/features/instant-client/index-097480.html

Depending on exactly how they connect to the database, you may need more than one piece, but that should do what you need.
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IIS to me means ASP.Net.  I would go with ODP.Net.  Check out the Oracle ODAC, Data Access Providers.

It is available from the downloads section of oracle.com.
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