Connecting to Oracle 7.2/7.3 with PB5 & SQL*Net 2.3

We are currently developing with PB 5.0.02, Oracle 7.2, SQL*Net 2.2 (32
bit), and Win 95. This setup is also our typical client platform. We will
soon be going to Oracle 7.3. Before that happens we'll be trying SQL*Net
2.3 with Oracle 7.2.

1) Has anyone encountered any substantial problems with PB 5.0.02 with
SQL*Net 2.3 and Oracle 7.2?
2) Does anyone have any information to pass along about PB 5.0.02 and
Oracle 7.3 but using the native Oracle 7.2 driver? (I work at a fairly
large firm, i.e. lots of testing involved, and I doubt we'll be going to PB
5.0.03 before we go to Oracle 7.3).

Thanks in advance!
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Bill Mitchell wrote:
> 
> We are currently developing with PB 5.0.02, Oracle 7.2, SQL*Net 2.2 (32
> bit), and Win 95. This setup is also our typical client platform. We will
> soon be going to Oracle 7.3. Before that happens we'll be trying SQL*Net
> 2.3 with Oracle 7.2.
> 
> 1) Has anyone encountered any substantial problems with PB 5.0.02 with
> SQL*Net 2.3 and Oracle 7.2?
> 2) Does anyone have any information to pass along about PB 5.0.02 and
> Oracle 7.3 but using the native Oracle 7.2 driver? (I work at a fairly
> large firm, i.e. lots of testing involved, and I doubt we'll be going to PB
> 5.0.03 before we go to Oracle 7.3).
> 
> Thanks in advance!

Bill,

I worked on a large app at a hospital about six months ago where we
started with Oracle 7.2 and PB 5.0.01.  Eventually, we upgraded to
5.0.02, SQL*Net 2.3 and stayed with Oracle 7.2 because they didn't have
7.3 ready for NT yet.  We did not experience any PB related problems
once we got SQL*Net installed properly.  As per usual with Oracle, get
rid of SQL*Net 2.2 BEFORE doing the upgrade if you want things to go
smoothly.  

A friend of mine has written an OracleTrack system to monitor the db in
5.0.02 and I'm pretty sure he's hitting 7.3 db's with it.  I'll double
check Monday to be sure unless someone else responds first.

-- 
Billy Bosworth
bbosworth@ka.net
http://www.ka.net/bbosworth
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Billy
7/4/1997 3:27:27 PM
Billy Bosworth wrote:
> 
> Bill Mitchell wrote:
> >
> > We are currently developing with PB 5.0.02, Oracle 7.2, SQL*Net 2.2 (32
> > bit), and Win 95. This setup is also our typical client platform. We will
> > soon be going to Oracle 7.3. Before that happens we'll be trying SQL*Net
> > 2.3 with Oracle 7.2.
> >
> > 1) Has anyone encountered any substantial problems with PB 5.0.02 with
> > SQL*Net 2.3 and Oracle 7.2?
> > 2) Does anyone have any information to pass along about PB 5.0.02 and
> > Oracle 7.3 but using the native Oracle 7.2 driver? (I work at a fairly
> > large firm, i.e. lots of testing involved, and I doubt we'll be going to PB
> > 5.0.03 before we go to Oracle 7.3).
> >
> > Thanks in advance!
> 
> Bill,
> 
> I worked on a large app at a hospital about six months ago where we
> started with Oracle 7.2 and PB 5.0.01.  Eventually, we upgraded to
> 5.0.02, SQL*Net 2.3 and stayed with Oracle 7.2 because they didn't have
> 7.3 ready for NT yet.  We did not experience any PB related problems
> once we got SQL*Net installed properly.  As per usual with Oracle, get
> rid of SQL*Net 2.2 BEFORE doing the upgrade if you want things to go
> smoothly.
> 
> A friend of mine has written an OracleTrack system to monitor the db in
> 5.0.02 and I'm pretty sure he's hitting 7.3 db's with it.  I'll double
> check Monday to be sure unless someone else responds first.
> 
> --
> Billy Bosworth
> bbosworth@ka.net
> http://www.ka.net/bbosworth

Bill, I checked here at work and my partner is connecting to 7.2 and 7.3
with SQL*Net 2.3 and PB 5.0.02.  He cited no glaring issues to watch
for.


-- 
Billy Bosworth
bbosworth@ka.net
http://www.ka.net/bbosworth
0
Billy
7/7/1997 6:47:47 PM
Bill Mitchell wrote:

> We are currently developing with PB 5.0.02, Oracle 7.2, SQL*Net 2.2
> (32
> bit), and Win 95. This setup is also our typical client platform. We
> will
> soon be going to Oracle 7.3. Before that happens we'll be trying
> SQL*Net
> 2.3 with Oracle 7.2.
>
> 1) Has anyone encountered any substantial problems with PB 5.0.02 with
>
> SQL*Net 2.3 and Oracle 7.2?
> 2) Does anyone have any information to pass along about PB 5.0.02 and
> Oracle 7.3 but using the native Oracle 7.2 driver? (I work at a fairly
>
> large firm, i.e. lots of testing involved, and I doubt we'll be going
> to PB
> 5.0.03 before we go to Oracle 7.3).
>
> Thanks in advance!

We developed an application with this configuration, and found no
problems with connecting issues. The only problem was with Stored
Procedures and Datawindows. We could not get both to work at the same
time. It was necessary to create a physical data table, fill it up with
stored procedure and then read this table with datawindow.

        Maybe you get better luck.

    []'s

        Diego Hulse
        ------------
           Develop Informatica
            info@develop.com.br
            http://www.develop.com.br


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7/9/1997 7:17:43 PM
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