Post as a guest Name. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. Scenario 1 – The Controller application server does not have the Oracle client s installed Install the Oracle client on the Controller application server. And here’s your link again, in clickable form:

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The Provider string in grayed out:. Post reply Like Add to Briefcase.

I installed on laptop oracle client – version 32 bit. To counter this we do the following:. Administrator clicks on database connection, and clicks ‘test’. You can download attachments.


Hi, I have a 64 bit machine running win 8. Kris Westermann 21 1 5.

You can’t send private messages. After I unchecked it I was able to open a connection with the provider. Not all machines will have Oracle installed in the same place, so you may have to modify step 2 to match your installation folder.

I have some problem with connect to the Oracle Database by Oaoledb Client.

You can’t edit other events. Sign up using Facebook. Have you tried other suggestions from the linked question? If you have windows 64 bits, try to install oracle driver 32 bits first then 64 bits driver, thats what i do and is working. Provider cannot be found.

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Thursday, March 24, 6: Sign in to vote. The driver version is specific to the number of times you ran the Oracle installation.

Jared 2 3 7. A clear, step by step outline of how I can fix this quickly would be much appreciated.


It only worked for me after I changed the ‘Platform target’ to ‘x64’ considering I’m using Oracle 12c 64 bits To do that, I did: Server was unable to process request. You can’t post topic replies. You can’t post or upload images. I am guessing this error has to do with switching operating systems. Open a Command Prompt and type: Restart might be needed afterwards.

You can’t delete other posts. Administrator launches “Controller Configuration”. Please surround any code or links you post with the appropriate IFCode formatting tags. Change the connection string.