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Oracle .NET data provider

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I could not find Oracle .NET data provider for version 1.1. Do I have
to use ODBC .NET data provider for instead? Which provider can offer
best access to Oracle Database? I'm using Oracle 8i. Thanks for any
kind response.

Nov 17 '05 #1
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Jonathan Woods wrote:
I could not find Oracle .NET data provider for version 1.1. Do I have
to use ODBC .NET data provider for instead? Which provider can offer
best access to Oracle Database? I'm using Oracle 8i. Thanks for any
kind response.


There is a built-in Oracle connector, but you need an extra reference, to
System.Data.OracleClient

Hans Kesting
Nov 17 '05 #2

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please try ;

http://www.oracle.com/technology/tec...ols/index.html
"Jonathan Woods" wrote:
I could not find Oracle .NET data provider for version 1.1. Do I have
to use ODBC .NET data provider for instead? Which provider can offer
best access to Oracle Database? I'm using Oracle 8i. Thanks for any
kind response.

Nov 17 '05 #3

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You have 2 native Oracle .NET Data Providers.

- The Microsoft .NET Framework Data Provider for Oracle, supplied by
Microsoft in .NET Framework 1.1 (downloadable component using .NET Framework
1.0). It requires Oracle 8 client.

- The Oracle Data Provider for .NET (ODP.NET), supplied by Oracle at
http://www.oracle.com/technology/tec...net/index.html. Requires
Oracle 9 client.

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I could not find Oracle .NET data provider for version 1.1. Do I have
to use ODBC .NET data provider for instead? Which provider can offer
best access to Oracle Database? I'm using Oracle 8i. Thanks for any
kind response.

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