ORA-03137: malformed TTC packet from client rejected: [kpoal8Check-5] [0] — oracle-tech

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ORA-03137: malformed TTC packet from client rejected: [kpoal8Check-5] [0]

D2k Client Version 8i

Server DB :- 18c XE

While connecting the Client side  (8 release to  18c XE) DB Server facing below error.  any help on this

Note:- Abled to connect the 18c success fully with below error, hence not able to access any of table data.

ERROR:

ORA-03137: malformed TTC packet from client rejected: [kpoal8Check-5] [0]

[0x000000000] [0x000000000] [0] [0] [2080] []

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thanks

Jignesh

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  • Markus FlechtnerMarkus Flechtner Posts: 497 Bronze Trophy
    edited July 4

    Hi,

    there was a similar discussion 3 years ago in the community:

    TL;DR: Connections from Oracle 8 clients to Oracle 12.2 and higher are not supported

    HTH

    Markus

  • Markus FlechtnerMarkus Flechtner Posts: 497 Bronze Trophy
    edited July 4

    I assume the answer is: Forms 6i is the last client-server release of Oracle Forms

  • Markus FlechtnerMarkus Flechtner Posts: 497 Bronze Trophy
    edited July 4

    As far as I remember, Forms/Dev 6i can connect to 12c Release 1, but not to 12c Release 2 and higher.

    And I found a MOS note on this issue "ORA-3137[kpoal8Check-5] from Incompatible Client Version Connecting to a 12.2 Database (Doc ID 2296523.1)"

  • Jignesh.PatelJignesh.Patel Posts: 14
    edited July 6

    Dude...

    can't argue or ask them to move upgrade  to customer if customer are very happy with d2k platform, we are here to provide the solution.

    Thanks

    Jigs

  • Markus FlechtnerMarkus Flechtner Posts: 497 Bronze Trophy
    edited July 6

    If the customer is happy with an unsupported client tool, he should accept running an unsupported version of the database, too.

    D2K runs fine with database versions up to 12.1

    Just my 2 cent,

    Markus

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