It worked for me like a charm. Notify me of new comments via email. Email required Address never made public. The folder had to be renamed to match the service name in the TNS file eg: Top Blog at WordPress.
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Well, I think the best way to answer this question is to describe my situation.
And what about tnsnames. Am I missing something?
ODBC Error: The setup routines for the X ODBC Driver could not be loaded
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Exactly what I needed. There was a small issue for me. You are commenting using your Facebook account. This was very helpful. Thanks it worked perfectly if one follows ALL steps!
Oracle ODBC Drivers
Orahome992 was just wondering one thing… or in fact few things. It gives the names and connection strings for your various data sources. Installation of the ODBC driver in Windows 7 is quite simple but there are a few tricks better to know.
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The folder had to be renamed to match the service name in the TNS file eg: This is because you use bit ODBC administration panel. Thank you so much for this fix.
I need to get data from Oracle to Excel. So, right now we can configure ODBC connection: Email required Address never made public. Use orzhome92 in path for ODBC client. You are commenting using your WordPress.