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We're facing the very same issue with the 32 bit Oracle ODBC driver 11.2.00.01 which is connecting to a 64-bit Oracle 11.2 on a 64 bit Win7.
Any help on this would be great.
the only workaround was to set ROWSETSIZE to 1 and double the allocated memory buffer bytes.
But this will not increase the performance.
Are there any plans to fix this bug? It's still present in the latest (AFAICS) available ODBC driver version (126.96.36.199.0) and it's really annoying to have to stay with 188.8.131.52 just to avoid it.