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how do you mean it doesn't use Oracle net? To make a connection to Oracle database the client needs to implement sqlnet in some way,
if it's not OCI it can be JDBC thin and sqlnet is implemented in java, any 3th party 'connectors' are likely build on top of OCI as well.
That said you need to check how your DataDirect tool is built (for example oci , jdbc, odp.net, odbc) and what Oracle version required
support files are being used on the client, then you can check more generic documentation if ssl can be fitted into it.
Also is SSL really a requirement? Since ASO features also include encryption and checksumming features apart from SSL that are
more easy to configure and only requires changes on the server side sqlnet.ora file and with a bit of luck, no client changes are even
required. SSL is only required if you need the added certainty of a trusted server .
I would admit my answer is not the full solution so please note we are currently actively promoting the new support communities also,
so if you want to get some feedback from your peers as well as the attention of Oracle support engineers, please go to
This will put you in the Database Products Security community , but you can select others also from the left,
Harm ten Napel