Last post Feb 04, 2011 08:30 AM by Snot
Jun 05, 2008 10:40 PM|cattemp|LINK
To connect to the oracle database using ODP.net, the applicate must add the dll file called Oracle.DataAccess.
There are a lot of version of Oracle.DataAccess. As I know, if the client use Oracle Client 10g Release 2.
If the client use Oracle Client 10g Release 2, the application also have to use the Oracle.DataAccess the come from Oracle Client 10g Release 2.
My question is that there are any method to add more than one Oracle.DataAccess version in my product to support multiple OracleClient.
Oracle Client ODP.net multiple Oracle Client Oracle.DataAccess
Jun 06, 2008 06:53 PM|greg.darling|LINK
That should automatically happen for the most part. Oracle's ODP.NET installs policy files into the GAC which redirect an app looking for an older version of odp.net to a newer one, so all you'd really need to do is make sure you compile with the minimum version
your app users would have and the app should automatically work with that version and any newer.
Hope it helps
Feb 04, 2011 08:30 AM|Snot|LINK
I wrote a short article about using ODP.net
here. It shows specifically which dlls to use and how to configure and make a connection. I hope it is found useful.