Multiple versions of Oracle Client installed

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Andrew Shepherd, Jul 12, 2005.

  1. In my company there is one data repository on an Oracle 9i database,
    and another on Oracle 10g. To be able to process the Oracle 10g
    database, I had the Oracle 10g client installed on my machine.

    Now a .NET application that was reading the Oracle 9i database has
    stopped working.

    I have not uninstalled the Oracle 9i client. I was also separately
    viewing the Oracle 9i data via Microsoft Access, and am still able to
    do so.

    My assumption is that .NET is trying to access the database using the
    latest client driver. Is there any way to tell it to use version 9i?

    I might try creating an Access database that links to the Oracle
    database, and making my .NET app talk to the Access database. Only that
    feels too much like an act of desperation, and I can't help thinking
    there'd be a more elegant solution.
    Andrew Shepherd, Jul 12, 2005
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