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Pls help me out anyone in this reagrd.

087f6de3-c6cc-4100-ba53-dffdf59935d9 Newbie
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1.How to identify the installed machine oracle is client or server class?....

2.If i want to install the client version of oracle 11g on my machine, which radio button i need to select from Desktop Class and Server Class?....

3.Does Oracle 11g Client needs any license in production environment?....

4.Is there any way to get OLEDB Provider for Oracle in SSIS without installing oracle package?....

  • 1. Re: Pls help me out anyone in this reagrd.
    EdStevens Guru
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    087f6de3-c6cc-4100-ba53-dffdf59935d9 wrote:

     

    1.How to identify the installed machine oracle is client or server class?....

    2.If i want to install the client version of oracle 11g on my machine, which radio button i need to select from Desktop Class and Server Class?....

    3.Does Oracle 11g Client needs any license in production environment?....

    4.Is there any way to get OLEDB Provider for Oracle in SSIS without installing oracle package?....

     

    1 - It's not "client" vs. "server" class, it's "desktop" vs. "server".  There really is no definitive attribute that makes it one or the other.  The description of these terms is in the Installation Guide:  Search for "system class" at Installing Oracle Database

     

    2 - If you are actually offered that choice after selecting to install the client only, I would think it would be self-evident that a client usually runs on a desktop .....

     

    3 - no

     

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