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TX and Oracle client...

TX and Oracle client...

TX and Oracle client...

Anyone know off hand if 8.1, 8.3 and 8.3 are oracle client 10g or 11 compatable?

RE: TX and Oracle client...

According to the Release notes is Oracle 9i and 10g compatible
8.3 is Oracle 9i, 10g and 11g compatible onwards is Oracle 10g and 11g compatible

Dont know about 8.1 or other 8.2 versions although I guess its similar to

Prior to you are supplied with 2 dlls

e.g. for windows m4ora9i.dll and m4ora10g.dll. You then need to copy one of these over the m4ora.dll

Similar for other platforms e.g. solaris libm4ora9i.so and libm4ora10g.so copy over libm4ora.so onwards you are supplied with just m4ora.dll (libm4ora.so for solaris) and this is compatible with both 10g and 11g.

I am guessing that the 10g one would work with 11g for older versions of WSDTX - although whether it is supported would be another question.


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