Re: Where to find OCCI for Linux?
- From: Howard Lee Harkness <howard.lee.harkness@xxxxxxxxx>
- To: oracle-l <Oracle-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2011 13:56:47 -0600
Ah, new understanding slowly emerges.... I am not a DBA, and I did not install the instance of Oracle, either client (on my VM), or the server (somewhere else). There is a chance that what I need is already on my box, and I just need to know what to look for (and where to look). Please forgive me if I seem a bit dense, but the last time I worked with Oracle was in 1999 (no DBA work, just some PL/SQL coding), and the last time I worked with *nix was in 2004, so I have some remedial work to do in both areas. I have never been in an admin role, so much of this is new to me. On Tue, Nov 15, 2011 at 11:45 AM, Norman Dunbar <oracle@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > On 15/11/11 16:19, Howard Lee Harkness wrote: >> On http://www.oracle.com/us/technologies/linux/index-090820.html, >> there is a link for OCCI for Linux/Windows, but when you click on that >> link, you get a page that lists only OCCI downloads for Visual C++ >> versions. > Yup, confirmed. Everything is for Windows. > > >> Where can I get OCCI for g++ under Linux? > Is it not part of the installation for 11g (I assume?) - when i last > installed 10h OCCI some time back (in another office) it was on the > installer CD. Do a custom install and open up the various options - it > will be there. > > If you are on 10g, there's a bug if I remember correctly, and you need > to download a couple of extra libraries to fix it. Getstring() doesn't work. > > Cheers, > Norm. > > > -- > Norman Dunbar > Dunbar IT Consultants Ltd > > Registered address: > Thorpe House > 61 Richardshaw Lane > Pudsey > West Yorkshire > United Kingdom > LS28 7EL > > Company Number: 05132767 > -- > http://www.freelists.org/webpage/oracle-l > > > -- Howard Lee Harkness (214) 390-4896 -- http://www.freelists.org/webpage/oracle-l