Doug Finner 22.Sep.10 02:10 PM a Web browser LC LSX LC LSX - All Releases Windows
I'd like to add a feature to one of our apps that does a real time lookup against Oracle directly from the client. As far as I can tell, for the lsxlc code to work, some specific Oracle dll(s) have to be available to the client. This/these dlls are made available by installing the full up Oracle client. Based on some testing, it also appears that the approrpriate dll(s) might be installed if you add Discoverer to the user's machine.
I'd like to subvert the standard process if at all possible and just put the right dll(s) in the right place(s) so magic can happen.
Does anyone know which files need to live and where they need to go? Do I have a shot at this or must I go the install route?
ps - in the interim, I'll keep doing what I've been doing which is to create Notes dbs that run server code and suck in the right Oracle data. We don't have LEI and it has never looked like DECs did much for me; the custom data pull seems to work OK.