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Determinations Engine: 64-bit dlls for .Net?

712413 Member Posts: 6
I just downloaded the Oracle Policy Automation for .NET (v10.0) Media Pack for the 'Microsoft Windows (x64) 64-bit' platform from Oracle E-Delivery, dated 27 December 2009.

The Oracle.Determinations.Engine and Oracle.Determinations.Masquerade .dlls appear to be 32-bit according to Corflags.exe. Are there 64-bit dlls for .Net available anywhere please?

I get a BadImageFormatException with the 32-bit dlls when I try to deploy.

They work fine in 32-bit mode.

c:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC>corflags.exe "C:\Program F
iles\oracle determinations engine 64 bit runtime and help\engine\Oracle.Determin
Microsoft (R) .NET Framework CorFlags Conversion Tool. Version 3.5.21022.8
Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

Version : v2.0.50727
CLR Header: 2.5
PE : PE32
CorFlags : 11
32BIT : 1
Signed : 1

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  • Davin Fifield-Oracle
    Davin Fifield-Oracle Member, Moderator Posts: 1,032 Employee
    Accepted Answer
    We don't currently ship x64 .NET components.

    Is there anything preventing you from using the x86 (32-bit) ones?
  • 712413
    712413 Member Posts: 6
    edited January 2010
    I wanted to test on Microsoft's Cloud Platform Windows Azure. Azure requires you to compile projects for 'Any CPU'. I can't compile my project for Any CPU with the 32-bit OPA assemblies. So no deployment to Azure. Did get a service working on IIS 7.5 with 32-bit compatibility enabled though.

    Edited by: user10858077 on Jan 3, 2010 8:51 PM
  • Davin Fifield-Oracle
    Davin Fifield-Oracle Member, Moderator Posts: 1,032 Employee
    We've investigated a bit more, and it looks like this is a change that inadvertently made its way into version 10.

    Version 9.x of the .NET platform was correctly compiled for on Any CPU.

    We'll look to update this in the next released version (likely March).
    Davin Fifield-Oracle
  • 712413
    712413 Member Posts: 6
    Thanks Davin, will try deployment with 9.4 assemblies.

    Nick Miller
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