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IIS doesn't found Oracle libraries in runtime

I have done a Web Service (C#) in Visual Studio.NET 2003.
When I drive or debug Web Service which uses Oracle DB it Database classes
gives "Oracle libraries not found" errormessages.

When using Windows application using Oracle same environment can use Oracle
normally. What is usually wron if Web Services or IIS does not found Oracle
libraries?

I have installed Oracle client as other have too but IIS does not find those
Oracle
libraries.

Does IIS need somekind of own configuration when using Web Services or what?

Can anyone help?

Cheers,


Dec 8 '05 #1
1 1130
It's probably a permission problem. With which user are you running the
asp.net worker process
(http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...lSection.asp)?
If it's set to machine than you'll need to give that ASPNET account
privileges to access the oracle binaries (ORAHOME)\oraXX\bin
Jim B Johnsson wrote:
I have done a Web Service (C#) in Visual Studio.NET 2003.
When I drive or debug Web Service which uses Oracle DB it Database classes
gives "Oracle libraries not found" errormessages.

When using Windows application using Oracle same environment can use Oracle
normally. What is usually wron if Web Services or IIS does not found Oracle
libraries?

I have installed Oracle client as other have too but IIS does not find those
Oracle
libraries.

Does IIS need somekind of own configuration when using Web Services or what?

Can anyone help?

Cheers,


Dec 9 '05 #2

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