If it is, you may also be able to skip the first part. Test connection failed because of an error in initializing provider. You can’t delete other topics. You can read topics. Now the oracle DB is upgraded to 12C after that, I’m facing this issue.
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Should I add an answer to this question or ask a new question? Unthreaded, ascending Unthreaded, descending. Checked and rebooted again and again, but still the same. Email Required, but never shown.
I will run the client installation and install only the component piece you have referenced. You can’t post new topics. They are available here: This chapter contains these topics: I agree with Radek together with http: Could not find a link to download this file. These files are available at the Microsoft Web site: You must aktivate the checkbox for “in Process allowed”.
Oracle client version is They are available here:. An exception occurred while executing a Transact-SQL statement or batch. October 13, at 7: January 31, at 5: August 7, at 1: Sign up or log ihstall Sign up using Google. I assume, may be my Oracle provider got corrupted in my local machine.
Kindly suggest how to check and fix it. One Orange Chip Group: A provider may return a table, it may allow the consumer to determine the format of that table, and it may perform operations on the data.
Note that the SQL Server instance must be 64bit too. Friday, December 9, 1: I thought a full client installation was required and didn’t want to do this for a single component piece, but based on the information instlal provided this isn’t the case. Oracle” cannot be loaded in-process on bit SQL Server Important thing to consider is SQL Server has to be rebooted after Oracle client installation, else sometimes it wont effect the testing of drivers.
Oracle Provider not registered on the Local machine
Creating a Linked Server for Oracle in 64bit SQL Server
Last step was specifying a login. After hours of research, I managed to cobble together some working instructions for Oracle 11g R2. Log in to Reply.
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