urgent: .NET Provider for Oracle or Oracle Data Provider for .NET
If I want to access Oracle DB in ASP.NET application, and I am using .NET Provider for Oracle or Oracle Data Provider for .NET, should I have to install OracleClient on my .NET server? Is there other choice? Thank you very much.Johnson
Johnson2007:should I have to install OracleClient on my .NET server? You have to options1. install the ODP.NET on your web serverOR2. put the oracle assemblies in your BIN directory
Hi jimmy,Thank you for you reply. Because I could not find a server right now, I should test it first before I agree or disagree with you, as most articles I...vb.net vs c#.net vs j#.net
just out of curiousity which looks, acts most like java? i'm still learning trying to used to vb.net but it seems that it was easier to do some stuff with java.
C# is Java++ in my opinion. If you have done C or Jave you will prefer C#.Mike Schellenberger - MCAD
If you are looking for language similar to java go for J#.
However most code samples you find on the net will be in VB.NET and C#....Return an Oracle Ref Cursor to a .NET DataReader object by using the .NET Managed Provider for Oracle
I am wondering if anyone in this community knows the shorter way to return an Oracle Ref Cursor to a .NET DataReader object by using the .NET Managed Provider for Oracle, something likereturn (IDataReader) SqlHelper.ExecuteReader(ConnectionString, "GET_ACCOUNT", Id);
instead of using the way below (look at the C# code)
Stored Procedure create or replace PROCEDURE "GET_ACCOUNT"
p_ID IN ACCOUNT.ID%type, retCursor OUT SA.MYGEN.sqlcur
OPEN retCursor FOR
ID = p_ID
...What are the diffrences between OLEDB.Net and ODBC.NET
What are the diffrences between OLEDB.Net and ODBC.NET adilahmed
FYI, i am providing some links, which describes about the differences between OLEDB.Net and ODBC.Nethttp://office.microsoft.com/en-us/excel/HA010346361033.aspxhttp://p2p.wrox.com/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=7823http://www.dotnetmonster.com/Uwe/Forum.aspx/dotnet-ado-net/3456/ODBC-net-Vs-OleDB-net-which-is-Better Thanks and RegardsNimesh PrabhakarMark this post as "ANSWER", if it helped you..
ODBC is Open Data Base Connectivity, which is a connection method to
data sources and other things. It requires that...Problem with Oracle Stored Procedures using ODP.NET in VB.NET (VS 2003)
This is the stored procedure,Procedure RetrieveReservations(pProperty In Varchar2,pResHeaderId In Varchar2,pEmail In Varchar2,pPasswd In Varchar2,ResultSet In Out ResCursor);This is the old .asp code (part of it)objConn.ConnectionString = Application("BackEndConnection_ConnectionString")objConn.Open
objComm.ActiveConnection = objConn
objComm.CommandText = "internet_package.RetrieveReservations"objComm.CommandType = adCmdStoredProc
objComm.Parameters.Append objComm.CreateParameter("pProperty", adVarChar , adParamInput, 8, Request.QueryString("propid"))objComm.Parameters.Append objComm.Crea...which is shou i use? Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Data Provider for Oracle and the Oracle Data Provider for .NET
Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1 Data Provider for Oracle and the Oracle Data Provider for .NETI am confused?Which is better or which one should I use?BTW, I am going to use .net 2.0 with oracle 9. Can anyone tell me what shou I use for working with oracle database?Thanks very much in advance!Justin
Oracle's data provider has more functionality than Microsoft's.If your doing transaction processing you can have SAVEPOINTs, which Microsoft's data provider does not provide.Also, Oracle has PL/SQL Associative Arrays which are very powerful.Oracle also allows you to bind parameters by name and pos...Net:Net:Net::LDAP::FAQ
Is there a possible to LDAP bind with an encrypted (SHA, SSHA, CRYPT,
....) password? I don't like to write the secret password to the perl
Wilbert Barbara (CI/OSI) * wrote:
> Is there a possible to LDAP bind with an encrypted (SHA, SSHA, CRYPT,
> ......Support for dw.NET 2.5 in VS 2008, .NET framework 3.5 and Oracle 10.2g
I intend to use the datawindow.NET 2.5 in VS 2008 (.NET
framework 3.5) using a Oracle 10.2g database as a backend
and later using Oracle 11g as backend.
Can someone please let me know if the product is supported
in the environments mentioned.
All help will be highly appreciated and many thanks in
On Nov 24, 3:06=A0am, Hasan Kasamali wrote:
> I intend to use the datawindow.NET 2.5 in VS 2008 (.NET
> framework 3.5) using a Oracle 10.2g database as a backend
> and later using Oracle 11g as backend.
> Can ...VS.NET 2005 vs VS.NET 2003
I have used VS.NET 2003 extensively and exploited all features like drag and drop functions for creating components, drag and drop data access components...For example VS.NET 2003 allows creating sqldataadapter for table mapping , stored proc parameters mappings etc..We can drag pretty much any object on component designer....Not it seems like all that gone...VS.NET 2005, there is no way we can drag the typed dataset, sqldata adapter, sqlcommand on forms designer . There is no concept of component. There is no component designer any more....Biggest flaw i found is sqldatasource and...Oracle connection in VS.net giving error
I am trying to add a database connection from within VS.net for an Oracle OLEDB database.
The host string is "DEV1" username is "scott/tiger"
then i get a TNS error . If i try to connect to the same database with toad it works.. Any ideas why this is failing..
I do not have SQL server and so will have to use Oracle for all experiments. I wanted to actually create a TDS after i connect to this database.Any help is appreciated. Thanks and RegardsNirumaThe difference between try and triumph is just a little umph!
Cracked this. Actually instead of selecting "Microsof...VS.NET 2005 vs VS.NET 2003 #2
why there is no datagrid anymore when i drag the tables in design view?
it's the gridview,and where is the data adapter.
How will i connect the tables now?
Here are a couple videos on the new Data model in VS2005. I think you will find it much easier to use. I have watch the first one, but the second is by Fritz Onion. I think there is an Advanced Data Binding Video in the same series done by him as well.
ASP.NET HOW DO I Video Series: Data
MSDN Webcast: Essential ASP.NET for the Web Developer (Part 5 of 15): Introduction to Data Binding (Level 200)
Hope this helpsTh...VS.NET Projects on the Net
If I'm done with a project/solution that I created with IIS(Localhost) and VS.NET, what files from the solution will I need to upload to the host? (Host in this case is Brinkster(Free Plan))
only the aspx and ascx files ...
in the bin folder you will need the compiled dll files ...
Also in the root you need: web.config and flobal.asax
That's itVerhoeven Bart
Technical Project Leader
There is only 2 files in the .bin folder.
..dll file and .pdb
All the ACSX and ASPX files are in the project's folder.
When ever I try building the project, I get nothing in the B...VS.NET 2003 to VS.Net 2005
I just converetd my VS.Net 2003 project to VS.NET 2005 using the convert wizard in Visual Studio 2005 Web Application Project. It compiled with no build errors and a few warnings. When Iam trying to view the project, then it gives me 404 error. Can someone help ? Thanks
Could you confirm you are using WAP (Web Application Projects) versus the built-in WSP (Web Site model)? If you have a project file after converting, then you are using WAP.
Could you post the actual 404 error you got?
Also, did you set your start page in the converted project?
-Mike-...Vs.Net 2002 and Vs.Net 2003
I've one question that keeps messing with my head, I want to know if you have:
1. VS.Net 2002 with Framework 1.0 and 1.1 in the same PC, which Framework it compiles apps for?
2. VS.Net 2003 with Framework 1.0 and 1.1 in the same PC, which Framework it compiles apps for?
Is it possible to have an app compiled for framework 1.0 that uses DLLs or assemblies compiled for framework 1.1???? and still work ok??
thanks a lot....