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Error occurred while establishing connection to Oracle server. You might have 32-bit connectivity components installed on the machine, in order for SSMA to make use of those connectivity libraries, you need to run the 32-bit version of SSMA application whose shortcut can be found under the Programs menu.
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I think the error is self explanatory.
You have SSMA 64bit and Oracle client 32bit installed. You'll need to have same architecture versions installed to have it work properly.
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Pradeep, any feedback on this question?
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