I am open to suggestions. Sun, 08 December Fri, 24 September You do not need to rely on the ODBC connections defined on the machine which get buried in the registry or in files. I am using XP and 10g. I ran across this solution on asp-help.
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I never would have thought of doing that. Thu, 03 October Jose Luis Madruga Messages: Fri, 24 September Sat, 28 December Fri, 12 January In the case of 10G the path is C: This work for me also.
IM[microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Driver’s SQLAllocHandle on SQL_HANDL
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Otherwise the change had no effect. FYI the problem only comes in win 2k server, win2k3 doesnt have the same problem eagerly waiting for a reply Oodbc message to a moderator. I am open to suggestions. I was pounding on this problem all day.
You added the home and path to where? I am using XP and 10g.
IM004:[microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager] Driver’s SQLAllocHandle on SQL_HANDL
Thanks for the information. I am attempting to connect to an Oracle 8i database via the Oracle 9.
It works after changing the path ovbc include Oracle installation directory. That’s all I to say. Here are my steps I took: Just a summary of all the above discussions Assume Oracle Client in c: It would be helpful if you followed Posting Guidelines – http: Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Mon, 03 August Fri, 25 June Wed, 08 December I’m having i0m04 same problem with win98 and oracle8i. Sun, 08 December OpenDocument Report message to a moderator.