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Connections to this server version are no longer supported. Tuesday, December 27, And test the connection and I get this error. They are available here: Fortunately, I just had to install the 64 bit client. Should this make any difference? Provider is unable to function until these components are installed. December 16, 1: Please let me know if it works.

May 16, at 3: October 12, at Server Fault works best with JavaScript enabled. October 31, at 6: This worked very well for me and I was able to skip several steps. April 14, at 4: I can see the files I don”t know if they’re all the files. October 28, at 7: You must be logged in to post a comment.


You can’t post IFCode. The solution below failed under the standard user command prompt for me. These components are supplied by Oracle Corporation and are part of the Oracle Version 7.

Introduction to Oracle Provider for OLE DB

Download 32 and bit clients from http: October 13, at 7: Installed but no driver can be loaded says: Now you’re ready to test. The only thing I am missing is that Provider.

As Olaf suggested we need to install Oracle 32 bit client drivers to work with SSIS or if you need to insatll via linked server you have to install 64 bit Oracle drivers. SQL Developer should work with out TNS or configuration, if you are facing issue in this areas problem seems to be with Oracle client or compatibility.

No idea why the detailed definition was needed ….

On a Win 8. You can’t edit other events. Important thing to consider is SQL Server has to be rebooted after Oracle client installation, else sometimes it wont effect the testing of drivers.


Creating a Linked Server for Oracle in 64bit SQL Server

Yes, the system architecture makes a lot of difference. Each provider implements a standard set of COM interfaces to handle requests from the consumer. My OS is 64 bit. For those who have not been able to this work, you can try to doublecheck if you have launched CMD as admin before running the install.

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