Master Note for Oracle ODBC Driver

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QUICK LINK: Note: ID 741033.1 - Master Note For The Oracle ODBC Driver

Applies to:

Oracle ODBC Driver - Version: to - Release: 9.2 to 11.2
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This is the Master Note for the most useful Oracle ODBC Driver articles within the Oracle Knowledgebase.

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Master Note For The Oracle ODBC Driver

Windows Installation Configuration Notes

  • Note 66403.1 Supported ODBC Configurations On Windows
  • Note 270216.1 ODBC Patchset Information
  • Note 781054.1 FAQ and Known Issues While Using Oracle ODBC Driver on Windows
  • Note 215255.1 Unable to Connect to Database with Oracle Client Software for Windows
  • Note 111841.1 SQLSTATE: IM003 and Other Common ODBC Connection Problems
  • Note 403021.1 "An Unsupported Operation was Attempted" Error When Trying to Create DSN With ODBC 
  • Note 361325.1 Unable To Connect By Remote Desktop with ODBC Application IM-004 
  • NOTE.308645.1 32-Bit ODBC Driver Not Listed in 64-Bit Microsoft ODBC Administrator
  • Note 334968.1 Connecting to Oracle from within Visual Studio fails with: ORA-12154 or ORA-6413, while Compiled Applications Run Fine 
  • Note 372485.1 Unable to Connect to Oracle From 64-Bit OS With Microsoft's SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS)  
  • Note 336693.1 System Error 126 Trying to Create DSN With Oracle Instant Client and ODBC Driver
  • Note 391371.1 Microsoft Vista Non-Administrative User Cannot Connect With ODBC Test Connection
  • Note 858365.1 Oracle 10g Patchset Server Install - Does Not Install ODBC Driver
  • Note 858848.1 Issues using ODBC, OLEDB Drivers on WINDOWS VISTA And WINDOWS 2008 After Client Installation


  • Note.105997.1 Problems Linking Tables from Oracle in MS Access
  • Note.257828.1 Full Table Scan While Quering DATE Columns Using Oracle ODBC Driver
  • Note.403198.1 Full Index Scan in Execution Plan With Access and Double or Float as Primary Key 
  • Note 373129.1 Slow Performance Exhibited by Oracle ODBC Against 10.2 Oracle Database 

Troubleshooting / Programming

  • Note 216912.1 How to Perform Client-Side Tracing of Programmatic Interfaces on Windows Platforms
  • Note 239175.1 Example Connection Strings for use with Oracle Programmatic Interfaces on Windows
  • Note 124117.1 How to restrict the table list returned from the Oracle ODBC Driver
  • Note 742013.1 ODBC Application Using Microsoft ODBC Driver for Oracle Generates ORA-03137 and ORA-01009 Errors in Alert Log of 11g Database
  • Note 759702.1 FAQ: Cause and Avoidance of ORA-1013 with ODBC, OLEDB, ODP.NET, JDBC, OCI and OCCI - including 3rd Party Products
  • Note 752732.1 Bugs, Fixed Versions and Workarounds in Oracle10g 10.X ODBC Driver
  • Note 1092824.1 Bugs, Fixed Versions and Workarounds in Oracle11g 11.2.0.X ODBC

Instant Client ODBC Driver

  • Note.279660.1 How to Connect to an Oracle Database using the 10g Instant Client and ODBC:
  • Note.281743.1 System error 998 trying to create a DSN with Instant Client install:
  • Note.269596.1 Error ORA-12705 "Missing or Invalid NLS" With Instant Client ODBC Driver:
  • Note 398888.1 Setup Routines for Instant Client ODBC Driver Could not be Loaded due to the System err Code 998 
  • Note 290866.1 Connecting Using Instant Client Fails With ORA-12154  
  • Note 336693.1 Cannot Create DSN With Oracle Instant Client and ODBC Driver 
  • Note 960511.1 How to Install The Instant Client and Instant Client ODBC Driver

Oracle ODBC Driver on Unix / Linux

  • Note 404041.1 How to Setup and Verify Setup of Oracle ODBC Driver on Linux
  • Note 363686.1 How to Setup and Run Oracle10g ODBC Driver on Solaris
  • Note 396635.1 On What Unix/Linux OS are Oracle ODBC Drivers Available ? 
  • Note 363899.1 Using unixODBC with ODBC 3.X API and Oracle ODBC Driver for Solaris or Linux

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