… I’ll bet you can leave both in your path that way.
I’ve had problems with applications using MDAC components when more than
one version of Oracle client is on the PATH. The problem is in the
registry which determines the exact name of the DLLs to be used to
It’s fine if you have one client, but in our case we have two - 7.3.3
(don’t ask! and 9i.) and the result is carnage with bits of client
loaded from different versions of Oracle. And the application doesn’t
On Unix, we have “oraenv” to prevent this very problem of more than one
client on the PATH, so I’d advise only having one client, if at all
Just a thought.
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