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Without any information about your setup it's hard to say what's going wrong here, but the most frequent cause I see is a mismatch between a 64 bit program and a 32 bit Oracle client (or vice-versa).
Which Oracle client did you install? What version of SSIS and Windows are you using?
I have Oracle client 10.1.0.2.0 installed, MS-SQL 2008, windows 2003(32 bit) on my m/c.
Also the dll oraoledb does not exists on the m/c.
Alright, so it's not that. It's possible the OLE DB provider isn't installed, depending on how you installed the Oracle client.
This link has a little windows script that can list all the known OLE DB providers. That should tell you if its installed and SSIS isn't finding it, or if it's not installed at all. http://www.motobit.com/help/regedit/sa117.htm
Yes, oraoledb provider does not exists on my m/c.
Should I download the setup file which is aprox 230mb on the Oracle site or is there any other way to register the dll since its a big file and downloading it on my offc m/c is not feasible.
Edited by: 982652 on Jan 22, 2013 4:28 AM
AFAIK the xcopy installer has an installer for the OLE DB provider in it, you'd probably just have to run that for the version of Oracle you have.
The full installer will definitely install it, though. That's what I prefer to use.