I am having the error stated above. The stack trace is as follows:
Some info's:Server: Windows Server 2008 R2
.NET Framework Version:4.0.30319; ASP.NET Version:4.0.30319.1
.NET Framework Version:4.0.30319; ASP.NET Version:4.0.30319.1
My Code: OracleConnection cn; String con1 = ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["myConnectionString"].ToString(); cn = new OracleConnection(); [code]....
I have checked all forums and posts regarding this error. They mention that there are 2 versions of Oracle.DataAccess.Client on the server, I only have 1 version. This runs on VS2010, but when I publish the website the error above shows up. I checked my Oracle connection from the installer and connection test passed. I tried uninstalling Oracle and reinstall, but still the same. The query above I tried changing to 'select region_code, reg_rom, ...', still the same error..
I just downloaded and installed the most recent MySQL .net connector, 6.3.6 and it connects to the DB just fine. My problem is with the web.config settings I have set for it. It seems that theMinRequiredNonAlphanumericCharacters property is hard coded to '1'.I've changed this to 0, 5, or any other number. I even setup a web page to just display the properties of the provider. If I change the values in the web.config, the values update. It seems that MinRequiredNonAlphanumericCharacters won't change.
Again, the DB connection works just fine, reason I did not post the connection string. The min password length at 44 was just for testing.
Of the three I only tested, only MinRequiredNonAlphanumericCharacters stays at '1' no matter what I change it to in the web.config. I even changed it to 'abcd' and received no .NET runtime errors. Me thinks it is hard coded some where or I'm not using the right property name in the web.config. I copied the web.config value straight from the example in the documentation that came with the MySQL .net connector.
We have a site that is runnig II7 64 bit with the oracle .net 64 bit provider, when I try and open this in web developer 2010 express (I'm running windows 7 pro 64bit) it says it can't load the oracle dll as its an incorrect format. I got the impress that web developer 2010 was 64bit capable.
Ofcourse this is extremly annoying as I don't get any syntax formatting for the project or intellisense.
I don't know why I did have the following problem with this. USE [myschema]; select acc,acc_name from ORA_sys2..oraschema.acc_table; Msg 7314, Level 16, State 1, Line 3 The OLE DB provider "OraOLEDB.Oracle" for linked server "ORA_sys2" does not contain the table ""oraschema"."acc_table"". The table either does not exist or the current user does not have permissions on that table. But within the SP, I did make use of the following way without any problem! from ORA_sys2..oraschema.tab2
I have watched the how to video on Creating a Custom Membership provider. So far it works great. My login control interacts well with it etc. Now i've created a Custom Role Provider. I've created a class that inherits the RoleProvider base class and i've added code to each Sub. My question is, what is the best way to implement the role provider, considering I get the Roles etc from the database?
i'm building an application and i need to manage roles, users and more things so i tought to use the membership provider but i have some questions about it: can i full extend it and can i override the functions to use a database table to store infos about config or i need to build my own provider?
I'd like to know if there are any good EF providers for Oracle out there, and more specifically what experiences people have had with them. We're looking for a provider that is either free or paid for, but I'm struggling a bit with finding any real opinions on what the different frameworks are like to work with in a production environment.
EDIT,I should clarify that we are using Oracle 11g.
We have been really tired lately dealing with all bugs that comes out of ODP.Net and the lag time to bring out any new product out. I am looking for ado.net provider for oracle and looking for the following:
1. Entity Framework
3. Good support (in case we run into issues)
4. Quick response to open issues
5. Quick updates and new releases
I looked at datadirect and dotConnect by DevArt...But I am not sure if any one is better than other.
I am currently in the process of doing a feasibility study of using web parts in one of our company's intranet portal. The challenge that I am facing is that I would like to use the organization's existing oracle database as the personalization provider instead of aspnetdb sqlexpress database. I tried to looking for some sample code but we could not find any. In the MSDN, I found one article where it is using textfile as a provider, but this does not solve my purpose here. I am new to web parts. Request you to share with me some sample code to achieve this.
I am using Visual studio 2005 and Oracle 10g database.
I have a website in which code on the production server runs no problem. The same code on my local machine or test server produces the mess seen at the end. The exact same code. Additionally, upon trying to preview any of the table adapters in the dataset I get "DataSet1.thename could not be previewed. The provider is not compatible with the version of Oracle client"
The app is SQL Server. It always has been. It has never used Oracle. Does anyone have any insight on how to fix this? As it is now I can't do anything with my dataset. I can't edit anything in there because of this complaint about Oracle.
I'm deploying a small ASP.NET (framework 3.5) application in a Windows Server Web 2008 32 bits, IIS 7. The applications needs connection to an Oracle DB in another Server, using the tradicional DataAdapter, Oracle Connection, etc.
Iīve installed correctly the Oracle Client in the server (the server is another serverīs client) and Iīve checked that this server has access to the server where the database is.
Even though my app isnīt able to connect to DataBase. The message says that Oracle components havenīt been found. It doesnīt find the OleDB Provider for Oracle or some dll.
ŋSomething I shluod know about permissions of the ASP.NEt users or something like this?
We're experiencing a nasty issue in Oracle 11g Release 2 where the w3wp process takes over and entire processor core, and debugging shows that the Oracle data provider is throwing ThreadAbortExceptions infinitely. A developer found this issue by doing the following:
1) Browse a web site that uses Oracle data connections locally (http://localhost/OracleWebSite - we use IIS, not the ASP.NET dev server, for all of our sites). This ensures that the w3wp process is running and that an active Oracle pool of connections exists in the app pool.2) Stop the web site (or perform a Rebuild All operation in Visual Studio on the web site in question).Our Oracle connection handling in the affected applications (all Oracle web apps) is well-established and robust. This issue does not occur if we disable connection pooling. This issue does not occur in Oracle 11g Release 1.
As the title says I have a Win 7 64 bit dev machine, Win 2K3 32 bit production box and I run against Oracle 10g which Oracle clients do I need to run? Do I need to run the Oracle 32 and 64 bit clients? And if so what versions?
I need to find a way to connect to the remote Oracle server without a DSN. There are some practical problem for accessing the server using a DSN. I need a way to connect to Oracle server like I connect to SQL Server etc. For example, in SQL server, I can connect directly with server using Servername (IP adress) + Username + Password + DB Name. Any way to connect to the Oracle server like in SQL Server we do ??
I have an Asp.net web application targeting .Net2.0 and my databse is oracle, I used SqlDataSource Control to communicate with oracle database its working fine on my development server, but on my production Oracle is 64 bit so im getting an error like
"<asp:ControlParameter doesnot have a property DbType="Int32"> " i tried with Int64 also but still im getting the same error
following is the markup of sqldatasource i used < asp:SqlDataSource ID="sdsEmployees" runat="server" ConnectionString="User Id=user;pwd=user1;server=prod" ProviderName="System.Data.OracleClient" SelectCommand="GetEmployeeInfo" SelectCommandType="StoredProcedure" OnSelecting="sdsEmployees_OnSelecting"> <SelectParameters> <asp:ControlParameter ControlID="txtNumber" DbType="Int32" /> </SelectParameters> </asp:SqlDataSource>