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Oracle Data Provider for .NET. Please Contact Provider

635401
635401 Member Posts: 2
edited Aug 2, 2012 8:47AM in ODP.NET
Hello,
I am getting the
"An unexpected error occurred in the Oracle Data Provider for .NET. Please contact the provider vendor to resolve this problem." in visual studio 2008 server explorer.
I have tried all I could by going through different threads on this forum. I have copied the the msvcr71.DLL to C:\app\afshin\product\11.1.0\client_1\bin and C:\app\afshin\product\11.1.0\client_1 and checked the path
C:\app\afshin\product\11.1.0\client_1\bin;C:\OraHome_1\bin;C:\oracle\produc
\10.2.0\db_1\bin;C:\app\afshin\product\11.1.0\client_1;
and machine config. Can some one help? Could installing other products such as CoseSmith cause this? I am using Oracle 10.2.0 and have client 11.1.0 installed. I can access data from visual studio; however server explorer, debugger for oracle, and all oracle tools are not functioning.
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  • 572474
    572474 Member Posts: 259
    Probably you just need to clear all your ODT.NET and reinstall the one that you want.

    I have both ODP.NET 10 and 11 running in different machine for VS 2008 but no problem up to now.

    Ming Man
  • 635401
    635401 Member Posts: 2
    I think my main problem could be ORADIRECT; it was a product that I tested for a while. Now VS is trying to load both Oracle and ORADIRECT(although I uninstalled it). It can not load either now. I checked their site and some other people have had the same problem! Any suggestions?
  • 502182
    502182 Member Posts: 474
    Can you please check if a simple console application works without any problems that opens a connection using ODP.NET? It will tell whether ODP.NET installation is working fine or not.
  • 668337
    668337 Member Posts: 1
    You may need to do one or more of the following:
    1) Run the Oracle Universal installer (OUI), if you can, and uninstall all Oracle OLE/Oracle Developer for .NET related products -- NOTE: you won't be able to use the 10g OUI to install/uninstall 11g products -- and if you've screwed up your 11g install (like I did), then you probably won't be able to uninstall at all, so you'll have to resort to the following steps anyway.
    2) Uninstall anything related Oracle OLE/Oracle Developer for .NET using Add/Remove Programs.
    3) Delete any registry keys where you find {D601BB95-E404-4A8E-9F24-5C1A462426CE} (Oracle Developer Tools for .NET)
    4) Re-run VS2005/2008, you should be OK
    5) You should be able to reinstall your Oracle ODBC, OLE drivers and/or Oracle Developer tools for VS if you'd like

    Good luck
    -Flak
  • 715385
    715385 Member Posts: 1
    Deleting every instance of {D601BB95-E404-4A8E-9F24-5C1A462426CE} in the registry worked for me. Thanks!
  • 946514
    946514 Member Posts: 1
    Worked for me as well, the regedit tip - thanks!
  • 953506
    953506 Member Posts: 4
    This solution worked for me as well. I really messed up my installation by installing the newest version that was incompatible with the organization's Oracle instance. Needless to say, attempting to manually solve the problem without instruction cost me about 8 hours.
  • 953506
    953506 Member Posts: 4
    This solution worked for me as well. I really messed up my installation by installing the newest version that was incompatible with the organization's Oracle instance. Needless to say, attempting to manually solve the problem without instruction cost me about 8 hours.
  • 953506
    953506 Member Posts: 4
    This solution worked for me as well. I really messed up my installation by installing the newest version that was incompatible with the organization's Oracle instance. Needless to say, attempting to manually solve the problem without instruction cost me about 8 hours.
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