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Setup ODTwithODAC121010 on Windows server 2012 Standard Evaluation 64-bit [message #597864] Tue, 08 October 2013 23:55 Go to next message
dophuong_cs
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Hi all,
I have one problem when i try to setup ODTwithODAC121010 for connect from Visual Studio 2012 express to Oracle database 10g R2.
When i setup ODTwithODAC121010 on Windows 7, can connect from visual studio to oracle database, but when i setup on Windows server 2012 Standard Evaluation x64 can't connect to oracle database through Visual studio 2012 express.
I check in registry of windows server 2012 x64 can't show Oracle folder in registry.
Detail please check attached file for more detail
Please support me, how to connect from Visual studio 2012 express on windows server 2012 Standard evaluation x64 to Oracle database 10g.

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You can use ODBC, OO4O (Oracle Object for OLE), OLEDB.

Re: Setup ODTwithODAC121010 on Windows server 2012 Standard Evaluation 64-bit [message #597971 is a reply to message #597872] Wed, 09 October 2013 08:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dophuong_cs
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Hi,thank you very much for your answer.
I already install ODAC121010 on windows7-x32 and successful.
Therefore,I want to know diffirence between windows7-x32 and windows server 2012 standard evaluation-x64 when install ODAC121010.
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Maybe you would post your question in a Windows forum and not an Oracle one.

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