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problem accesing Oracle using Remoting


I have unique problem. I have configured RemotingServer running as
Console Application and my Remoting object access Oracle database. My
remoting object make call to Oracle database and returns result if i
run RemotingServer as Console Application. Then i configured
RemotingServer as Windows Service. My Windows Service starts fine, it
also configured Remoting Channels as well. Now problem is remoting
object makes call to oracle database but oracle does not returns
result,infact call never returns if i use Windows Service. If i run
Remoting Server as Console Application, everythings works just

My Structure is like follows

With Console App Remoting Server
Client Application<-->RemotingClient<-->Console App
RemotingServer<-->RemotingObject<-->Oracle Database (just works fine)

With Windows Service Remoting Server
Client Application-->RemotingClient-->Windows Service
RemotingServer-->RemotingObject-->Oracle Database (Oracle never
returns resultset)

What could be problem...

Need urgent help.
Nov 22 '05 #1
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