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Power Builder Reverse Engineer Physical Data Model

Power Builder Reverse Engineer Physical Data Model

Power Builder Reverse Engineer Physical Data Model

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Hi ,

I have SAP 16.6 , Oracle 12.C installed on Windows 7 .
I am trying to generate PDM using Reverse Engineer. File-->Reverse Engineer--> Database
I selected Data Source = ODBC Machine Data Source.
But system is throwing below error.
"Specified Driver could not be loaded due to system error 1114.A DLL initialization routine failed"

Any suggestions?
I have Oracle 11.2 installed on my system too. Is that because of that?

Thanks,
VK


RE: Power Builder Reverse Engineer Physical Data Model

check which Oracle.ini is being accessed. Also ORACLE_HOME parameter.

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