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Error 3078 with Jet and Oracle

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Does anyone know if Visual Basic.NET solves a problem in
VB6. In VB6, there is a problem using the Jet engine to
access an oracle database that results in error 3078?
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Yes, the problem has to do with the way Oracle references
its objects. There is a problem report. We are looking at
work arounds, but in the report it states that Microsoft
is looking to address the problem in a new version of VB.

Thanks for the post.
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Hi Norman,

I think the problem is not related to .NET at all - it is most likely eithera Jet bug or an Oracle connectivity problem. Have you tried to search theMicrosoft Knowledge Base for this error code?

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"Norman Mooradian" <nm********@cookarthur.com> wrote in messagenews:05****************************@phx.gbl...
Does anyone know if Visual Basic.NET solves a problem in
VB6. In VB6, there is a problem using the Jet engine to
access an oracle database that results in error 3078?


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Jul 19 '05 #2

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