Ben Connery 10.Mar.10 08:05 PM a Web browser General LC LSX - All Releases Windows
I have come in to assist with testing for an 8.5.1 migration.
The existing environment has a 6.5.3 server with an Oracle 9i client communicating via a script agent, with the connection information defined within the agent.
On the new 8.5.1 test server being used for testing, with an Oracle 9i client installed, the connectors are not showing up. The oracle.dcx file is present. The oracle and oracle8.lcx files are present. They have been copied across from the old test server.
Oracle 9i client is installed and talking to the oracle server. This has been tested using the ndctest.
The windows path variable shows oracle and domino.
DECS is running on the server.
The .ora etc. files appear to be corrected. The tsping etc from Oracle indicates they are connecting correctly.
The agent fails with a "error creating product object" on the line Dim conn As New LCConnection ("oracle8")
We have also tried "oracle"
Running a script to list the connectors does not show oracle as a connector.
If Oracle doesn't come up as a connector here how can you get it to do so?
Do I need a more up to date version of the oracle connector? Where does it normally get installed? This is what isn't clear to me from the documentation.
Is it installed by DECS? LEI? Oracle?
LEI is in use in the environment but isn't used for this connection.