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Connecting to Oracle from SqlBase (Gupta)

Connecting to Oracle from SqlBase (Gupta)

(OP)
I hv problem connecting to Oracle. Can somebody help me on the sql.ini file. What to add in and how to connect to oracle database?
 

RE: Connecting to Oracle from SqlBase (Gupta)

(OP)
To complement my earlier question.

The database sits on another machine on a network with certain ip address, user and password. My sql.ini file is as below. what shld i put in the sql.ini file so that I can connect to the oracle db.

[dbnt1sv]
servername=Server1,sqlapipe
centurydefaultmode=1
dbdir=e:\database
dbname=mansion,sqlapipe
dbname=litefrm,sqlapipe
cache=2000
logdir=e:\sqlbase_logs
oracleouterjoin=0
partitions=0
secureapi=0
dbname=ansyrah,sqlapipe
dbname=peladang,sqlapipe

DBNAME=GLOBAL,SQLAPIPE
DBNAME=STEELBIZ,SQLAPIPE
[dbnt1sv.dll]
comdll=sqlapipe

[dbnt1sv.apipe]
;debug=15,dbntsrv.dbg

[win32client]
clientname=Win32Client

[win32client.dll]
comdll=sqlapipe
;comdll=sqlws32
;comdll=sqlwsspx
;comdll=sqlntnbi

[win32client.apipe]
;debug=15,client.dbg
[win32client.ws32]
;serverpath=server1,localhost/island

[dbnt1sv.gui]
MAINWIN=MAX,395,224,885,576
STATWIN=NORM,640,365,1280,730
DBWIN=NORM,640,0,1280,365
PROCWIN=NORM,0,365,640,730
SYSWIN=NORM,0,0,640,365
DISPLEVEL=0
TIMESTAMPS=0
[win32client.wsspx]
;
[win32client.ntnbi]
;

Thanks
 

RE: Connecting to Oracle from SqlBase (Gupta)

You have nothing in your 'Oragtwy' section.
Try:

[oragtwy]
remotedbname=test
@testfetchrow=20
substitute=SYSSQL.

'test' is your dB name and '@test' is an alias for the dB name in TNSNames.ora
You dont need any sections starting  'dbnt1sv' unless you are running SQLBase , but it wont matter if they are there.  


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