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Topic: Problems with setting ORAOLEDB

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VladimirKr;
The correction. A similar situation with ODAC122010Xcopy_x64.zip

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-2;
Naturally, 64!

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As a rule, it is necessary to register in a variable of surrounding PATH (the computer-> properties-> additional parameters-> the variable environments) a way to again installed libraries (in  a case c:\oracle; c:\oracle\bin) or to copy all DLL in any c:\windows\system

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Vyacheslav Ljubomudrov;
Thanks, but did not help. Even after reboot the error remained.

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I all the same would recheck, for example launched cmd and looked at a command output set path

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VladimirKr;
the first link detailed

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Vyacheslav Ljubomudrov;
YES!
Only, erraticly specified PATH. Therefore also did not work.
Many thanks!
rf_mail;
In yours c about.Net instead of about OLEDB. Interesting, but slightly another.
[spoiler] However, misfortunes never come alone. An ultimate goal - data reading from ORACLE  64 bit server 1.
Discovery ADODB.Connection, and call ADODB.Connection. Execute from vbs goes perfectly, but the call of the same on the server 1 produces the error specified above. I thought first that the service 1 does not see changed PATH (in Win 2003 was such error) or at  this service is not present the rights to directory reading s:\Oracle and s:\Oracle\bin. The rights checked up, it was overloaded. Does not help.
But it already Windows (can eat any singularities of a call of com-objects in Win service) and 1
[/spoiler]

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VladimirKr wrote:

Vyacheslav Ljubomudrov;
YES!
Only, erraticly specified PATH. Therefore also did not work.
Many thanks!
rf_mail;
In yours c about.Net instead of about OLEDB. Interesting, but slightly another.
[spoiler] However, misfortunes never come alone. An ultimate goal - data reading from ORACLE  64 bit server 1.
Discovery ADODB.Connection, and call ADODB.Connection. Execute from vbs goes perfectly, but the call of the same on the server 1 produces the error specified above. I thought first that the service 1 does not see changed PATH (in Win 2003 was such error) or at  this service is not present the rights to directory reading s:\Oracle and s:\Oracle\bin. The rights checked up, it was overloaded. Does not help.
But it already Windows (can eat any singularities of a call of com-objects in Win service) and 1
[/spoiler]

to you here

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Ljubomudrov wrote:

As a rule, it is necessary to register in a variable of surrounding PATH (the computer-> properties-> additional parameters-> the variable environments) a way to again installed libraries (in  a case c:\oracle; c:\oracle\bin) or to copy all DLL in any c:\windows\system

Century live, a century study. Did not know such elementary thing. For  it is possible to assign own PATH. The method of change of parameter PATH, offered above Vyacheslav Ljubomudrovym, just also changes only this local PATH. And here if it is necessary to replace global PATH, then in the register:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager\Environment\Path
The installed parameter is visible after restarting of applications.
So went to agree about restarting of service the agent 1 on the fighting server.

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And if attentively to look at a window you will see two lists smile))