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PB10 and Oracle 11g

PB10 and Oracle 11g

PB10 and Oracle 11g

I have a PB10 application that I have connected to an Oracle 11g database. The application compiles correctly, and will run from the PB workspace. But, when I deploy the .exe file it does not open. This application is a migration from PB9 and Oracle 10g. The application works fine in the previous environment. Not sure what I'm missing here?

RE: PB10 and Oracle 11g

Any messages? Are the db drivers installed?


"Nature forges everything on the anvil of time"

RE: PB10 and Oracle 11g

Good questions, Matt.

No messages appear. I just get the revolving hour glass for a couple of seconds and then it simply disappears.

As for the drivers, I have Oracle 10g driver installed, but not 11g. The puzzle is I can run the app from PB and it functions just as it should. It's only the executable that is not working.

Thanks for your help.


RE: PB10 and Oracle 11g

When you run the executable do you have the drivers/dlls/etc in the correct path locations so they are accessable to the exe?


"Nature forges everything on the anvil of time"

RE: PB10 and Oracle 11g

In addition to DLLs, do you have your PBD files in the correct location?

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