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OCI libraries should be installed as part of a client install. The libraries can be found
under $ORACLE_HOME/lib. The $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/demo directory contains
demo programs which must be installed through a companion CD.
You can also download demo programs here:
By default, all programs are dynamically linked with the client shared
library. You can use the $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/demo/demo_rdbms.mk
makefile to build the programs.
Thanks for your prompt reply. I checked under $ORACLE_HOME/lib and $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/demo directories I didn't find the 'oci.h' header file. I think the libraries are not got installed as part of my client installation. Is that way I can add the new oci library files. If so can you send me the oci library files to my email id : firstname.lastname@example.org if possible or point me to the download.
One trivial question, OCI supports C++ programs also right.
Thanks for your time.
I checked under $ORACLE_HOME/lib and $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/demoCheck under $ORACLE_HOME/rdbms/public or $ORACLE_HOME/OCI/include
directories I didn't find the 'oci.h' header file.
One trivial question, OCI supports C++ programs also right.By support if you meant API's, OCI provides C API to Oracle.
For C++ API you need OCCI: