[DB-SIG] Oracle interface for Windows/NT
Sat, 17 Jan 1998 14:16:48 -0600
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Yes that was the initial plan - but if there are other suggestions I
would be happy to hear them.
Cary Collett wrote:
> > I have been using the Digital creations database API module for oracle
> > and have been following all the discussions on date/time. I am working
> > with it on Sun/Solaris -but intend to also use it on SGI and Linux,
> > which should not be a problem. I just assumed that it would be easy to
> > get it (or something else) with the standard DB API working under
> > NT/windows. However, now that I start looking closely I find nothing
> > specifically for windows. Of the 3 things available
> > the Digital Creations API
> > the Lemburg mxODBC module
> > and Oramod (which I can find nothing for - only patches?)
> How do you plan to get it working under Linux? No native Oracle
> libraries. Though you could compile Python and oracledb under SCO and
> then use the IBCS to run it under Linux.
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