Oracle connect

New to Pyhton - using 3.5 and my code  is...

import cx_oracle
connstr = 'userid/password@MGHJYT:1521/Test001'
connection = cx_oracle.connect(connstr)                  
cursor = connection.cursor()                              
cursor.execute("SELECT * FROM MYTABLE")
cursor.close()
connection.close()
Keep getting error.....
import cx_oracle
ImportError: No module named 'cx_oracle'

Aany help much appreciated.

Regards
PHIL SawyerAsked:
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Kanti PrasadCommented:
Hi

Try

import cx_Oracle

The below link will be of some help

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/dsl/python-091105.html
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PHIL SawyerAuthor Commented:
Sorry
I forgot to mention that I have that in my code already.
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PHIL SawyerAuthor Commented:
My code works for Python V2.7 but not 3.5!?
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Kanti PrasadCommented:
Hi

Did you try with the O as capital in all your code? Did you install both versions in the same way ?
import cx_Oracle

If it is on a new machine you are running the higher python version then try to install the below, Make sure everything is in either 64 bit or 32 bit

https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Oracle%20Instant%20Client#Install_RPMs
http://cx-oracle.sourceforge.net/
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PHIL SawyerAuthor Commented:
I had the wrong version - downloaded correct version and works ok.
Thanks for your help.
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PHIL SawyerAuthor Commented:
Solved.
Regards
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