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...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...Choosing Oracle Client Version with Microsoft Managed Oracle Provider For .net
We need to change the Oracle Client that the System.Data.OracleClient uses to connect to our database on a server that has multiple versions of the Oracle Client. A different application on the server that we do not have control over is requiring the default ORACLE_HOME directory to remain an older Oracle 9i version of the client. Because of this, our applications using the Managed Oracle Provider for .net are using the 9i client to connect. We have a planned Oracle upgrade for our Database that will require us to use the new 10g version of the client that is also installed on the server, bu....NET Oracle Provider
Hi all,I am using .NET 2.0 Frameworks Oracle provider and it does not have a OracleDbTypes Type for me to use. I would like to create a parameter that is of the Oracle type NVARCHAR, but it seems I can only use DbTypes, which does not have this. If I used DbTypes.String, would this be ok, otherwise, how else can I be more specific about the Oracle Parameter data type?Thanks
can u explain which type of data u r going to storeThank uBaba Thank uBabaPlease remember to click "Mark as Answer" on this post if it helped you.
What's your version of ODP? You have OracleD...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
...How call a Oracle Function using Microsoft .Net Oracle Client (System.Data.OracleClient)?
I try to call Oracle Function in .net C# by using System.Data.OracleClient. But i am not successful.
Here is my code
( vten varchar2)
RETURN boolean IS
select monthethao_id into montt_id from TTHAO_MONTHETHAO
where ten = vten;
if montt_id!=-1 then
when others then
I do not know, when I call function TTHAO_MONTT_E...Oracle Spatial support in Devart's ADO.NET Data Provider for Oracle [Edit]
dotConnect for oracle v. 7.3 http://www.devart.com/dotconnect/oracle/ , ADO.NET Provider from Devart, includes support for Oracle Spatial in the projects, using Entity Framework.
Devart Team constantly implements all the available Entity Framework innovations, and shortly after the introduction of DbGeometry and DbGeography classes in Entity Framework 5 has implemented support for Oracle Spatial in the Entity Framework provider for Oracle. Oracle MDSYS.SDO_GEOMETRY object type can now be mapped to DbGeometry and DbGeography classes.
Now dotConnect for Oracle includes new versions of Devar...Oracle ODP.net mulitple Oracle Client
To connect to the oracle database using ODP.net, the applicate must add the dll file called Oracle.DataAccess.
There are a lot of version of Oracle.DataAccess. As I know, if the client use Oracle Client 10g Release 2.
If the client use Oracle Client 10g Release 2, the application also have to use the Oracle.DataAccess the come from Oracle Client 10g Release 2.
My question is that there are any method to add more than one Oracle.DataAccess version in my product to support multiple OracleClient.
That should automatically happen for the most part. Oracle's ODP.NET i...DBD::ORACLE for Oracle 9i
We have Oracle 9i, is there a DBD::ORACLE for Oracle 9i?
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hi all, am new to oracle with .net.i installed only oracle 9i server on a machine.when i try to connect from a .net installed on a another machine..
it says requires oracle 8i client...where do i install oracle client...In a .net installed machine.if suppose i did that whoever talk to oracledb we need to install
oracleclient whoever wants...is it that way..or i have to intsall oracleclient on a oracleserver installed machine itself..once i did that whoever want to talk
to oracle..nw it wont ask orcaleclient...
adavice me in this regard.
you will have to...vb.net function and Oracle procedure to get an Oracle Dataset??
I have similar code (a procedure and function) working perfectly with a sql server data source. I;'m trying to do the same things with Oracle, but have run into the problems.
I'm not an oracle expert, so I'm not sure if producing a cursor is my only and best option.
create or replace package body PK_RETAILER isPROCEDURE sp_Get_Order_History(v_ani IN number,output_cursor out PK_CURSORES.generic_cursor) ASBEGINopen output_cursor forselect o.account_number, p.phone, o.amount, o.name, o.init_datefrom orders ojoin users_phones p on p.account_number...DBD::Oracle for Oracle 9i versoin 9.2.0 (64 bit Oracle)
I am unable to compile/build DBD::Oracle with Oracle 9i (64-bit Oracle RDBMS)
library. Could someone please help? Thanks.
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...oracle RAC and Oracle 11gR2 installation with oracle ASM
how to perform oracle RAC 11gR2 and Oracle Database 11gR2 installation
with oracle ASM on open SUSE 11.1 x86_64??
what short of package to find for oracle ASM and OCFS??
You need to download the rac and asmlib stuff from oracle.
You then need to present san storage to each node.
You will then need to stamp each asm lun with
/etc/init.d/oracleasm createdisk NAME /dev/sandevice.
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I realize this is an open ended question. I've written several applications that use Access databases as input. All of my reading, writing, deleting and updating to these databases were always through Oledbconnections; then creating Sql parameter queries or just creating queries in code to manage data. I may be getting involved with an application whose data is kept in an Oracle database. How much different is it from obtaining data from Access databases? Does the same theories apply: Create a connection, open the connection, r...