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How to create ODBC Connection for Oracle, when Oracle driver is not displayed in List of Drivers

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After the installation of Oracle, sometimes Oracle driver is not displayed in List of drivers. This video explains the solution "How to create ODBC connection during such times". Step1: Go to .exe file of ODBC connection depending on 32-bit or 64-bit os. Step2: Click on the file to get List of drivers for Oracle "How to create ODBC Connection for Oracle, when Oracle driver is not displayed in List of Drivers of Control Panel".It's very easy.. please subscribe if you like the video
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Ranjan Singh Solanki (2 months ago)
Hi, Oracle(tm) and networking components were not found. This error is showing while I am creating dsn. Plzzz help me
Gurusamy Selvan (10 months ago)
Hi Thanks for your video... it works for me Have Good Days !!!
WebTechs (10 months ago)
Good to hear :)
Vichet Kim (1 year ago)
It doesn't work for me. Although I can find the OBDCad32.EXE, when I click add, Oracle doesn't show up in the list.
WebTechs (1 year ago)
Hi Vichet Kim, Please install the Oracle mensioned below. http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/database/enterprise-edition/downloads/112010-win64soft-094461.html. The one with name "Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Client (11.2.0.1.0) for Microsoft Windows (x64) ". It should work in your machine without any problem.
Vichet Kim (1 year ago)
64 Bit BasedOS, x64-based processor
WebTechs (1 year ago)
Could you please confirm if yours is 64-bit operating system or 32-bit? for that you have to go to to the path "Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\System".
Vichet Kim (1 year ago)
I don't know the definition of installed Oracle properly. All I know is that Oracle Sql developer runs and I can open schemas and databases that are exclusively within the oracle environment.
Vichet Kim (1 year ago)
Yes I did try it and the file does not exist in that folder.

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