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Running Toad for Oracle in a 64-bit Environment (Updated

Running Toad for Oracle in a 64-bit Environment (Updated)

Running Toad for Oracle in a 64-bit Environment (Updated)

Running Toad for Oracle in a 64 bit environment

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Running Toad for Oracle in a 64-bit Environment (Updated)

One of the most frequent questions Toad for Oracle users ask is how to successfully configure and run Toad for Oracle on Windows 64-bit. Its actually quite easy but you have to pay close attention to the details. If you ignore these details and just try to force things to work youll end up failing. This blog should answer most questions and set any Toad for Oracle user on a path to success. So read on.

First lets clear up what customers really mean by Running Toad for Oracle on Windows 64-bit. Whats implied is that they want to install the 64-bit Oracle client on their 64-bit Windows, and then they want Toad for Oracle to function properly with that 64-bit Oracle client. So in reality the actual question being asked is How to get Toad for Oracle to work with the 64-bit Oracle client.

That leads us to the picture shown below taken form the Oracle Database Net Services Administrators Guide on how any application such as Toad for Oracle interacts with the Oracle client software in order to talk to the database. Note too that this picture remains exactly the same whether the target database is remote (i.e. on a database server) or local (i.e. on your Windows PC).

The Application in this case would be Toad for Oracle. The Oracle Net (or SQL*Net) would be the Oracle client thats been installed on your Windows PC. But like any overly simple picture, there are some facts implied here in fact its the first of those pesky details we need to understand.

The application and Oracle client must be of the same bit size. Hence a 32-bit application requires installing a 32-bit client, and a 64-bit application requires installing a 64-bit client. If you have both 32-bit and 64-bit applications, then you need to install both 32-bit and 64-bit clients.

So for example lets assume youre running Windows 7 64-bit and have installed the 64-bit Oracle client. This is probably the most common use case scenario weve heard to date but also note that Windows 8 is now out (since Oct 2012). However note that current versions of the Oracle client software have not yet been certified for Windows 8. Oracle has said plans to release Oracle client updates for Windows 8 support in early to mid-2013.

If youre current on maintenance and your company allows rolling out the latest & greatest version of Toad for Oracle, then you simply download and install the 64-bit version of Toad for Oracle 11.6. Thats it. Everything will work just as you expect.

Starting with Toad for Oracle version 11.6, there are both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Toad for Oracle available. If youre on 64-bit Windows and have installed the 64-bit Oracle client, then simply choose to download and install the 64-bit version of Toad for Oracle.

If youre not current on maintenance or your company wont allow rolling out the latest & greatest version of Toad for Oracle, then note that Toad for Oracle versions prior to 11.6 are 32-bit applications and hence require 32-bit versions of the Oracle client. There is simply no way around this. Look again back at the diagram, thats just how things work. Its not a Toad for Oracle bug its simply how the technology works. The same would be true for any 32-bit application.

If youre stuck on an older version of Toad for Oracle (e.g. 9.5, 10.5, etc.), then you simply must install and use the 32-bit Oracle client regardless that your Windows is 64-bit. You have a 32-bit application that requires a 32-bit Oracle client.

So if you are stuck using an older 32-bit version of Toad for Oracle and choose to install a 64-bit client, it doesnt matter that TNSPING and/or SQLPLUS work. TNSPING simply verifies that you have the proper network connectivity, meaning in the diagram that Oracle Net on left can see/reach Oracle Net on right. SQLPLUS works because its a 64-bit version of that application loaded by the 64-bit Oracle client install and as we know from the diagram 64-bit applications work properly via the 64-bit Oracle client. No logic or argument is going to allow you to force that square peg into the round hole. Older versions of Toad for Oracle are 32-bit applications and simply require 32-bit versions of the Oracle client regardless of your Windows bit size. If thats an issue for you, then upgrade to Toad for Oracle 11.6.

Finally some developers and DBAs have a special use case scenario where theyve installed a 64-bit local Oracle database on their 64-bit Windows PC, and hence they already have by default a 64-bit client installed. Note that this scenario is really no different than those users whove simply installed just the Oracle client in that the same diagram and details apply.

Installing a local database on your PC works the same and has the same limitations as just installing the Oracle client. Hence if youre using a pre-11.6 version of Toad for Oracle then youll also need to install a 32-bit Oracle client in order to talk to your local 64-bit database.

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PL/SQL Developer 11.0 64 bit can run on any 64 bit Windows system and is compatible with all Oracle Server versions. To connect to an Oracle database you need to have a 64 bit Oracle11g or Oracle12c Client installed.

The file formats of the 32 bit and 64 bit PL/SQL Developer versions are fully compatible. All files (SQL scripts, Programs, Reports, Diagrams, and so on) can be shared between the 32 bit and 64 bit versions. When using both versions on the same system all preferences and settings will also automatically be shared.

To run PL/SQL Developer 32 bit and 64 bit on the same 64 bit Windows system you need to install both a 32 bit and 64 bit Oracle Client. If you have full Oracle Client installations PL/SQL Developer will automatically find the correct 32 bit or 64 bit client in the registry. If however you have an Oracle Instant Client installation you may need to perform the following actions:

Modify the PL/SQL Developer shortcut to add the InstantClient=directory parameter to indicate the directory where the instant client files are located. For example:

C:\Program Files\PLSQL Developer\plsqldev.exe InstantClient=C:\Oracle\InstantClient64

C:\Program Files (x86)\PLSQL Developer\plsqldev.exe InstantClient=C:\Oracle\InstantClient32

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Create an NLS_LANG environment variable to indicate the language, territory and character set. For example:

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The TNS_ADMIN and NLS_LANG environment variables are shared between the 32 bit and 64 bit Oracle Client.

The Plug-Insprovided on our web siteare all 32 bit and can therefore only be used with the 32 bit version of PL/SQL Developer. The 64 bit package includes a 64 bit version of the standard Plug-Ins, and 64 bit versions of other Plug-Ins will be provided in the future.

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At IU how do I install the Oracle 10g client?

On Windows 7 machines, UITS strongly recommends using Oracle 11g release 2, as this is the earliest version of Oracle that is certified for Windows 7. SeeARCHIVED: At IU, how do I download and install the Oracle Database 11g Release 2 client for 32-bit Windows?orARCHIVED: At IU, how do I download and install the Oracle Database 11g Release 2 client for 64-bit Windows?

Note:Following are instructions for installing the Oracle 10g client. For different versions of Oracle 10g, see:

ARCHIVED: At IU, how do I install the Oracle 10g client release 2 for Windows Vista?

ARCHIVED: At IU, how do I install the Oracle 10g client release 2 for Windows XP?

For instructions on how to install and configure the Oracle 10g client, see the appropriate section below:

To run the setup program from the CD:

Log into your Windows computer as an administrator.

Indiana University policySecurity of Information Technology Resources (IT-12)requires that you normally refrain from running your Windows computer as an administrator. For more, seeWhat is the principle of least privilege?

Insert the Oracle client CD and wait for the

Oracle Database 10g Client – Autorun

If it doesnt start automatically, double-click

Skip to the section entitledClient installation process.

If you do not have anEthernetconnection, run the Oracle client setup from a CD instead of using this method.

Log in to access downloads and product keys

, click this and log in using your IUNetwork ID. This button will not display if you have already logged in.

, and then select a destination folder. Then, click

After the download is complete, double-click the

file that was saved to your computer. A window will open called

. Once the installation program has loaded, click

By default, the install program will install the necessary files to

C:\IUware Online\Oracle 10g Client (10.1.0.2)

. If you would like to change to a different folder, click

The installation program will extract the necessary files to the directory you specified. When it is complete, the installation automatically begins as the Oracle Universal Installer runs. This will take a few minutes.

Continue with the next section when you are ready to install the Oracle client.

Note:You may need to move the installer window to see the configuration window.

Note:To continue, you will need the following pieces of information:

Version of thedatabaseto connect to (8 or 8i or later)

Name or System Identifier (SID) of the database and the full service name of the database

Name of the host computer where the database is located

If you use the IUData Warehouse, see the section entitledOracle client configuration information for the IU Data Warehouse.

Verify the information above with the database administrator before proceeding. When you are ready, proceed with the installation:

If the CD ran automatically, or you clicked the

icon, proceed with the next step. If you clicked

From the Oracle Universal Installer, choose

The installer will provide the default file locations for you, but you can enter an alternate path in the available box, or select

to navigate to the desired location. When you are ready to continue, select

The installer will load the product information and then present you with the

window. Unless you know that you want another type of installation, select

. Once you have selected your installation type, click

window, in the following order, select:

Make sure thatEnterprise Manager 10g Java Consoleis selected.

When you have finished making your selections, click

The product information may take a couple of minutes to load. When the information is finished loading, a summary of the installation information will be displayed. Check the summary information and click

To finalize the installation, you must configure Oracle Net. If you want to do this now, proceed to the next section. If you want to configure the Oracle Net client later, follow the instructions in the sectionAdding new database services.

Oracle Net Configuration Assistant:Welcome

To see if your client can be configured automatically, select

. If the text now says Welcome to the Oracle Net Configuration Assistant and The Assistant has determined that your client can use the easy connect naming, click

If the previous step fails, deselect

in the box labeled Selected Naming Methods. Click

You will be prompted for the service name. Enter the Service Name, which is the database SID followed by an extension (e.g.,

. If you do not know the Service Name, check with the database administrator.

. Unless specified otherwise, leave the port number as the default port, 1521. To continue, click

Note:If the login test fails, selectChange Login, enter your correct user information, and then try again. ChooseNextwhen the test is successful.

Note:Leaving just a name without a domain (e.g.,oed1prdrather thanoed1prd.world) can cause connection problems. You can also use the same name as the SID and extension that you entered in step 3 above (e.g.,oed1prd.uits.indiana.edu).

If you would like to configure another net service name, select

and follow steps 2 through 6 again. Otherwise, select

Once you have configured all of your net service names, click

. When asked if you really want to exit, select

After following the steps above, you are finished setting up the Oracle client. You may want to continue to one of the following sections:

Use this section if you need to set up an Oracle client connection to an Oracle database on another computer:

Local Net Service Name Configuration

You will be prompted for the Service Name. Enter the Service Name, which is the database SID followed by an extension (e.g.,

. If you do not know the Service Name, check with the database administrator.

. Unless you are instructed otherwise, select

Use the standard port number of 1521

Note:If the login test fails, selectChange Login, enter your correct user information, and then try again. ChooseNextwhen the test is successful.

Note:Leaving just a name without a domain (e.g.,oed1prdrather thanoed1prd.world) can cause connection problems. You can also use the same name as the SID and extension that you entered in step 4 above (e.g.,oed1prd.uits.indiana.edu).

If you would like to configure another net service name, select

, and then follow steps 1 through 8 again. Otherwise, select

Once you have configured all of your net service names, click

Enter your Oracle username and password in the spaces provided.

In the box labeled Host String:, enter the name you specified when configuring the Oracle Net Service (e.g.,

After completing the steps above, you will be in the SQL*Plus command-line interface environment. To change your password, seeARCHIVED: How do I change my Oracle password using SQL*Plus?

Programs that use ODBC to connect to remotedatabasesmust have a way to identify the type of database and the computer to which they are connecting. This is accomplished through an ODBC data source, which associates a name with some database connection information. In the case of Oracle, the database connection information is simply the name of the Oracle Net service you set up when configuring the Oracle client.

To configure and locate an ODBC data source:

The following example will create an Oracle ODBC data source for theOed1prddatabase ondbserv.uits.indiana.edu:

User-specified name by which you will refer to this ODBC data source

Not required; just a phrase reminding you why you created this ODBC data source

Oracle ODBC for Oed1prd database on dbserv.uits.indiana.edu

The Oracle Net Service Name you created for the database to which you want to connect

Usually left blank; you will be prompted for this later when you make an ODBC connection to the database

The ODBC data source you added will now appear in your System DSN list. Click

Use the following configuration information when configuring Oracle Net to connect to the IU Data Warehouse:

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Im beating my head against a wall on this one. Here is the synopsis. I have an ArcGIS server running on a Linux box. The ArcGIS server software install include a custom version of WINE, with python running under wine. We are tyring to run cx_Oracle within the version of Python running under WINE. We got this working in a previous version ArcGIS server, bu so far no luck with the latest version.

What is your version of Python? Is it 32-bit or 64-bit?

Python 2.7.13 (v2.7.13:a06454b1afa1, Dec 17 2016, 20:53:40) [MSC v.1500 64 bit (AMD64)] on win32

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What is your version of the Oracle client (e.g. Instant Client)? How was it

11.2.0.4 instant client – 64-bit windows version

What is your version of the Oracle Database?

Ubuntu 16.04.3 running 64-bit version of WINE

What compiler version did you use? For example, with GCC, run

gcc (Ubuntu 5.4.0-6ubuntu1~16.04.4) 5.4.0 20160609

What environment variables did you set? Howexactlydid you set them?

HKLMSYSTEM.CurrentControlSetControlSession ManagerEnvironment

added oracle instant client path to the PATH variable as I would on a windows machine

command caused the problem (e.g. what command did you try to

install with)? Who were you logged in as?

cx_Oracle.DatabaseError: DPI-1047: 64-bit Oracle Client library cannot be loaded: DLL initialization failed. See help

I imagine you still need the VS Redistributable in this environment? Per theInstant Client download page, Oracle 11.2 needs the Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Redistributable.

I have tried installing it under wine without success. However, Im not sure this is the problem since I can successfully use the client via sqlplus (running under WINE).

If you can run SQL*Plus, it seems logical that youd be able to invoke other OCI programs like cx_Oracle – but you are definitely in unsupported explorer territory.

Indeed. I was really hoping to find a solution to this. Since we had it working in an earlier version, Im facing a relatively hefty rewrite in order to maintain the same functionality

It would be interesting to know if cx_Oracle 5.3 works:

I wish I could tell you. The previous version of CX Oracle we were using was 5.2 something,a nd that worked fine. I tried 5.3, but it has a requirement for visual C++ for python, and for the life of me I couldnt get that to install on wine.

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Can you clarify whether you have any cx_Oracle version running with your current ArcGIS setup?

Good thought. I just tried the exe. It seems to have installed successfully, but I try to import it, I get a DLL initialization failed. error. All version of cx_Oracle work fine with my desktop installs ArcGIS. The problem only exist once we get to server. I think the root of the problem is the lack of the framework with WINE on our latest server. The previous version had several versions included (4.0, 3.0, 2.0 and 1.1) packaged with wine. We are working on getting .NET onto the our new version to see if that makes a difference. From: Christopher Jones [mailto:] Sent: Monday, September 25, 2017 11:19 AM To: oracle/python-cx_Oracle Cc: Daigle, Bill ; Author ub.com Subject: Re: [oracle/python-cx_Oracle] DPI-1047: 64-bit Oracle Client library cannot be loaded (84) Did you try the Windows EXE from Can you clarify whether you have any cx_Oracle version running with your current ArcGIS setup? Triple check your PATH etc. You are receiving this because you authored the thread. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub84 (comment), or mute the thread

Its still puzzling that SQL*Plus works but cx_Oracle doesnt – they rely on pretty much the same things.

Ultimately, we end up finding a solution. Its not pretty, but it works. Instead of installing anything within wine itself, we installed everything on dedicated 64-bit Windows desktop and copied the compiled files over to the WINE installation on the linux server.

We copied the following to the site-packages directory on the ArcGIS server:

Placing the windows dlls in this directory allowed cx_Oracle to function without updating the path variables associated with the linux version of the client (which is used by other aspects of the ArcGIS software)

Additionally, we copied the Microsoft Framework folder (C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework).

With this method, we were able to get the 5.x versions of cx_Oracle to function. Still no luck with 6.x, but we can live without that for now.

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Overview of Oracle Database Client Installation

This chapter describes the different installation types of Oracle Database Client and issues to consider before you install Oracle Database Client:

Oracle Database Client Installation Methods

Oracle Database Client Installation Types

Oracle Database Client and Oracle Database Interoperability

Simplified Patching of Timestamp with Time Zone Data Type

The Oracle Database installation process consists of the following phases:

Read the release notes:ReadOracle Database Release Notes for IBM AIX on POWER Systems (64-Bit)before you begin the installation. The release notes are available with the platform-specific documentation.

The latest version of the release notes is available on Oracle Technology Network at:

Review the licensing information:Although the installation media in your media pack contain many Oracle components, you are permitted to use only those components for which you have purchased licenses.

Oracle Support Services does not provide support for components for which licenses have not been purchased.

Plan the installation:This chapter describes the Oracle products that you can install and issues that you must consider before starting the installation.

You can also refer toAppendix D, which covers frequently asked questions about installing Oracle Database components, such as how to install Oracle Database Client if the site uses Oracle applications or if you need multiple Oracle Database Client connections.

Complete preinstallation tasks:Chapter 2describes preinstallation tasks that you must complete before installing the product.

Install the software:Use the following sections to install Oracle Database:

Chapter 3describes how to use Oracle Universal Installer to install Oracle Database Client.

Appendix Bdescribes globalization support information.

Appendix Aprovides information on performing silent installations, which you may want to use if you must perform multiple installations of Oracle Database Client.

Appendix Cprovides troubleshooting advice in case you encounter problems with the installation.

Complete postinstallation tasks:Chapter 4describes recommended and required postinstallation tasks.

This section contains information that you should consider before deciding how to install this product. It contains the following sections:

Separate 32-Bit Client Software for 64-Bit Platforms

The platform-specific hardware and software requirements included in this guide were current when this guide was published. However, because new platforms and operating system software versions might be certified after this guide is published, review the certification matrix on the My Oracle Support website for the most up-to-date list of certified hardware platforms and operating system versions. The My Oracle Support website is available at the following URL:

You must register online before using My Oracle Support. After logging in, from the menu options, select theCertificationstab. On theCertificationspage, use theCertification Searchoptions to search by Product, Release, and Platform. You can also search using theCertification Quick Linkoptions such as Product Delivery, and Lifetime Support.

Oracle Database supports multiple Oracle homes. You can install this release or earlier releases of the software more than once on the same system, in different Oracle home directories.

You must install this product into a new Oracle home directory. You cannot install products from one release of Oracle Database into an Oracle home directory of a different release. For example, you cannot install release 11.2 software into an existing Oracle9iOracle home directory.

Oracle Database Client can be installed in the same Oracle Database home if both products are at the same release level. For example, you can install Oracle Database Client 11gRelease 2 (11.2) into an existing Oracle Database 11gRelease 2 (11.2) home. If you apply a patch set before installing the client, then you must apply the patch set again.

You can install this release more than once on the same system if each installation is installed in a separate Oracle home directory.

Use the In-Place Upgrade feature to upgrade an existing client installation to the latest release by installing the new client software into an existing client home with the same installation type. For example, if release 11.2.0.1 is installed, then use Oracle Universal Installer to upgrade to release 11.2.0.2.

Consider the following before selecting this option:

This upgrade is only possible in a client home and not in any other Oracle home that contains non-client installations, such as Database installations.

This upgrade does not delete files in the client home that are commonly updated by other users. For example, configuration data files.

This upgrade cannot be performed if processes associated with the Oracle Database Client home are running.

This functionality is available starting with Oracle Database 11gRelease 2 (11.2.0.2).

Refer toSeparate 32-Bit Client Software for 64-Bit Platformsfor more information.

You can choose different installation methods to install Oracle Database Client, as follows:

Automated Installation Methods Using Response Files

When you use the interactive method to install Oracle Database Client, Oracle Universal Installer displays a series of screens that enable you to specify all of the required information to install the Oracle Database Client software.

By creating a response file and specifying this file when you start Oracle Universal Installer, you can automate some or all of the Oracle Database installation. These automated installation methods are useful if you must perform multiple installations on similarly configured systems or if the system where you want to install the software does not have X Window system software installed.

When you use a response file, you can run Oracle Universal Installer in the following modes, depending on whether you specify all of the required information or not:

Silent Mode:Oracle Universal Installer runs in silent mode if you use a response file that specifies all required information, and specify the-silentoption when starting Oracle Universal Installer. None of the Oracle Universal Installer screens are displayed.

Response File Mode:Oracle Universal Installer runs in response file mode if you do not specify all required information in the response file.

For more information about these modes and about how to complete an installation using response files, refer toAppendix A.

You can choose one of the following installation types when installing Oracle Database Client:

Instant Client:Enables you to install only the shared libraries required by Oracle Call Interface (OCI), Oracle C++ Call Interface (OCCI), Pro*C, or Java database connectivity (JDBC) OCI applications. This installation type requires much less disk space than the other Oracle Database Client installation types.

Instant Client Light is included in the

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The advantage of using Instant Client Light is that it has a smaller footprint than the regular Instant Client. The shared libraries, which an application must load, are only 34 MB as opposed to the 110 MB that regular Instant Client uses. Therefore, the applications use less memory.

Administrator:Enables applications to connect to an Oracle Database instance on the local system or on a remote system. It also provides tools that enable you to administer Oracle Database.

Runtime:Enables applications to connect to an Oracle Database instance on the local system or on a remote system.

Custom:Enables you to select individual components from the list of Administrator and Runtime components.

For information about interoperability between Oracle Database Client and Oracle Database releases, see Note 207303.1 on the My Oracle Support website at the following URL:

Starting with Oracle Database 11gRelease 2 (11.2), the patching process ofTIMESTAMP WITH TIMEZONEdata type values is simplified.

Release 2 (11.2) New Features in GlobalizationandClients and Servers Operating with Different Versions of Time Zone Filesin

Oracle Database Globalization Support Guide

for information about simplified patching process and how certain clients work with server with different time zone files

Use the Software Updates feature to dynamically download and apply the latest updates released by Oracle; such as, interim patch updates, critical patch updates, Oracle Universal Installer updates, and the latest patch set updates. This functionality is available starting with Oracle Database 11gRelease 2 (11.2.0.2).

You can choose to download the latest updates by providing My Oracle Support credentials or you can apply previously downloaded updates. You can also download the updates separately using the-downloadUpdatesoption and later apply them during the installation by providing the location where the updates are present.

Running Oracle Universal Installerfor more information on the

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Im trying to find any precise information on what oracle client version I must install with my brand new XI 4.0 : the 32 or 64 bits clients?

The server is 64 bits. Id like to be sure that BO is itself 64 bits as it installs in Program Files (x86).

After some tests, I have the feeling that:

– I need the 64 bits client for the server components,

– I need the 32 bits client for the client tools (Designer, Rich Client…)

so thats BOTH clients for the server if I want all tools ont it!

Post subject: Re: Which Oracle client versions? 32 ou 64 bits?

I am facing the same problem with Oracle. As far as I see it on the server you must have 64 bit drivers. I think they have a bug with the Oracle 32 bit client and BOBI 4.0 client coexisting on the server.

However this is directly from BO installation guide.

Although the Client Tools are supported on 64-bit operating systems, the Client Tools themselves

are only available as 32-bit applications.

When installing a database driver for Client Tools on 64-bit operating systems, ensure that you install

the 32-bit version. A 32-bit application cannot use a 64-bit driver.

If you install both the Client Tools and BI platform servers on the same 64-bit Windows operating

system, you must install both 32-bit and 64-bit database drivers on the machine. You must also

ensure that both 32-bit and 64-bit database connector middleware is installed and that their data

source configurations are identical since Client Tools requests in this scenario may be handled by

either of the two 32-bit or 64-bit Native Connectivity Services.

I suppose this is the same for other databases (SQL server, Potsgresql…)

Post subject: Re: Which Oracle client versions? 32 ou 64 bits?

With the SQL server the best way is to create OLEDB connections to the data sources for BO 4.0 when the client tools are on the server.

Ok Just installed Oracle client 32 bit and Oracle client 64 bit on my BO 4 server and the connections to Oracle db that were created on the client are working on the server.

Post subject: Re: Which Oracle client versions? 32 ou 64 bits?

I am unable to get the client connections to work on the crystal reports on BI launchpad for BOXI 4.0 (OS Windows 2008, Reporting Database Oracle 11g, Repository Database -SQL Server). 32 bit and 64 bit clients are installed (as our report content includes both Crystal 2011 and WebI) and I am able to create ODBC connections via these clients to the Reporting database.

I created these environment variables-

BOE_USE_32BIT_ENV_FOR=ORACLE_HOME, TNS_ADMIN

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Post subject: Re: Which Oracle client versions? 32 ou 64 bits?

No error. The crystal reports keeps on running with no output. The same report works fine when downloaded on the client workstation (which has a 32 bit oracle client installed). I opened a ticket with SAP but havent recieved much direction so far.

I suspect the crystal report is using the 64 bit libraries instead of 32 but not sure how to configure it to look at the right libraries.

Post subject: Re: Which Oracle client versions? 32 ou 64 bits?

Isnt there two methods of setting up the ODBC, one 32bit and one 64 bit? Everything points to the server connection being set up as 64 bit?

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Post subject: Re: Which Oracle client versions? 32 ou 64 bits?

Yes. For 32 bit ODBC connection, used the exe – C:\Windows\SysWOW64\odbcad32.

Uinstalled the 64 bit client. I was able to run the crystal report with the default

option ( use original database logon on information) with a 32 bit ODBC connection with a DSN having the same name as the client machine.

But cannot use a custom database login-

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for Oracle driver option is selected, error msg-Failed to open the connection. ~tmp11b87dc2c7e6902.rpt

The database info provided on the report database configuration tab is correct as I am able to use SQL plus to connect successfully with the same information

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[Update Sep 15, 2010: Changed JRE 1.6.0_03 to JRE 1.6.0_10 for Firefox and EBS 12.1 sections]There are three possible configurations for Windows 7 desktop clients:

32-bit Windows 7, 32-bit browsers, 32-bit JRE

64-bit Windows 7, 32-bit browsers, 32-bit JRE

64-bit Windows 7, 64-bit browsers, 64-bit JRE

Wecertified the first configurationin December 2009: E-Business Suite with 32-bit Windows 7 desktop clients running 32-bit versions of Internet Explorer (IE) and Firefox with the 32-bit JRE. Im very pleased to announce that the second configuration is now certified. You may now run 64-bit Windows 7 desktop clients with 32-bit IE and Firefox with the 32-bit JRE and Oracle E-Business Suite Release 11i and 12.

Oracle E-Business Suite 11i Prerequisites

Oracle Applications patch 10 (11.5.10) plus Maintenance Pack 11.5.10 CU2 or later

Oracle Applications Technology 11i.ATG_PF.H Rollup 6 (RUP 6) (patch 5903765) or later.

Oracle Developer 6i patchset 19 (6.0.8.28.x) (Note 125767.1).

Java client plug-in JRE 1.6.0_03 (32-bit) or later

Oracle E-Business Suite R12.0 Prerequisites

Oracle Applications Technology R12.ATG_PF.A.DELTA.6 (patch 7237006) or later.

Oracle Forms Version 10.1.2.3 or later.

Java client plug-in JRE 1.6.0_03 (32-bit) or later

Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1 Prerequisites

Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.1 or higher

Java client plug-in JRE 1.6.0_03 (32-bit) or later

Oracle E-Business Suite 11i Prerequisites

Oracle Applications patch 10 (11.5.10) plus Maintenance Pack 11.5.10 CU2 or later

Oracle Developer 6i patchset 19 (6.0.8.28.x) or later (note 125767.1)

Oracle Applications Technology 11i.ATG_PF.H Rollup 6 (RUP 6)(patch 5903765) or later

Applications Framework Patch 7651759

Java client plug-in JRE 1.6.0_10 (32-bit) or later

It is also strongly recommended to apply patch 7567782 which removes the use of the jpi-version parameter and switches Firefox to a non-static versioning model. This is particularly important if using client side next-generation JRE plugin (JRE 1.6.0_10 or later).

Oracle E-Business Suite R12.0 Prerequisites

Oracle Applications Technology R12.ATG_PF.A.delta.6 (patch 7237006) or later

Applications Framework Patch 7602616

Java client plug-in JRE 1.6.0_03 (32-bit) or later

It is also strongly recommended to apply patch 7567840 which removes the use of the jpi-version parameter and switches Firefox to a non-static versioning model. This is particularly important if using client side next-generation JRE plugin (JRE 1.6.0_10 or later).

Oracle E-Business Suite R12.1 Prerequisites

Oracle E-Business Suite 12.1.1 or higher

Java client plug-in JRE 1.6.0_10 (32-bit) or later

Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit) is currently not certified as a desktop client operating system for any Oracle client-based products, including:

(July 21, 2011 Update: The three struck-through components above arenow certifiedon Windows 7)

BI Publisher Desktop (a.k.a. XML Publisher)

Sales for Handhelds (Outlook desktop synchronization client)

Premier Support for Oracle JInitiator has expired for E-Business Suite customers. Premier Support for Oracle JInitiator 1.1.8 ended in December 2008, and Premier Support for Oracle JInitiator 1.3 ended for EBS customers in July 2009. For more information about JInitiator desupport and switching your EBS end-users from JInitiator to the Sun JRE, see:

Roundup: Oracle JInitiator 1.3 Desupported for EBS Customers in July 2009

Windows 7 desktop clients are certified only with the native Sun Java Runtime Engine (JRE) with Windows 7. Oracle JInitiator was built on top of Java 1.3. Java 1.3 is desupported by Sun Microsystems and and not compatible with either Windows Vista or Windows 7. We have no plans to certify Oracle JInitiator with Windows 7.

On Hacking Up JInitiator — Please Dont

Various creative individuals have discovered that its possible to replace a certain DLL in Oracle JInitiator 1.3 with a JVM from, say, JDK 1.6. I cant personally testify that these hacks work. I can say that this kind of surgery makes me intensely uncomfortable. While its nice to see creative initiative, I have to remind you that Oracle would regard this as a customization. We dont recommend customizing Oracle JInitiator for production environments.

Microsoft only supports IE 8 on Windows 7 desktops. Microsoft does not support earlier versions of IE on Win7, so Oracle is only able to support IE8 on Windows 7 clients for the E-Business Suite.

Why are you interested in the third configuration?

As I mentioned in myprevious updateon this topic, now that weve certified the second configuration, well move on to the third. Youve asked for it, so well deliver. That said, I am curious about your business need for the final certification (Win7 64-bit + 64-bit browsers and JREs). Firefox 64-bit releases seem to lag in functionality and in the general release cycle. Some reports suggest that 64-bit browsers do not necessarily provide improved performance across the board, and may have compatibility issues — most notably with Flash, since Adobe isstill workingon their 64-bit Flash Player. Even more telling, in fresh installs of Windows 7 64-bit, Microsoft configures the default browser to be IE 32-bit, not IE 64-bit. In other words, end-users need to take an extra step to run the 64-bit version of IE. If youre planning to reconfigure your users desktops to invoke a 64-bit browser by default, Id be very interested in understanding your reasons. Feel free to post a comment here or drop me an email.

Deploying Sun JRE (Native Plug-in) for Windows Clients in Oracle E-Business Suite 11i(Note 290807.1)

Recommended Browsers for Oracle E-Business Suite 11i(Note 285218.1)

Recommended Set Up for Client/Server Products with Oracle E-Business Suite 11i(Note 277535.1)

Deploying Sun JRE (Native Plug-in) for Windows Clients in Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12(Note 393931.1)

Recommended Browsers for Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12(Note 389422.1)

Microsoft Windows 7 Certified with Oracle E-Business Suite

Internet Explorer 8 Certified with E-Business Suite Release 11i

Internet Explorer 8 Certified with E-Business Suite Release 12

Firefox 3.6 Certified with Oracle E-Business Suite

Updated Tips for Debugging Sun JRE + Forms Focus Issues for EBS 11i and 12

Roundup: Oracle JInitiator 1.3 Desupported for EBS Customers in July 2009

The following is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for information purposes only, and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decision. The development, release, and timing of any features or functionality described for Oracles products remains at the sole discretion of Oracle.

Hi,I saw in the JRE release notes that 1.6.0_U18 was the first version that introduced support for Windows 7:If this is true, then is it really the case that we can be on a version as low as 1.6.0_03 and still receive support for a Windows 7 client?Thanks,Blake

We are on 12.1.2 so could you pleas advice which Browsers version is certified with it and one thing i want to tell i try to login Oracle E-business Page with Windows 7 64bit it Errors out when click on any Form kindly Update us.

From a windows 7 desktop we support JRE 1.6.0_03 and higher if running IE8 or FF 3.5 and we support 1.6.0_10 or higher if running FF 3.6. These base releases are adequate for the general running of Oracle E-Business Suite. There may be a requirement to use later JRE releases to fix certain bugs and issues depending on the product or functionality you are using. These are outlined in the Deploying JRE notes for EBS 11i & R12 referenced in this article. As always we recommend using the later and therefore more secure JRE releases if possible.

The supported browsers are listed above. I suspect that youve missed a setup step of some kind. Your best bet would be to log a formal Service Request via My Oracle Support (formerly Metalink) to get one of our specialists engaged.

i want to confirm with You that we have Java Plugins =1.5.0_13On Apps Tier i will upgrade to the 1.6.0_3 Later but i need to know using Windows 7 IE Browser 8 will support or compatible with my current java plugin ?

I have a question that I believe is related to this. At this point is there any supported configuration that weve certified for using 64-bit browsers and JDK?

I hope that you can help me understand the motivation for your question.

What is your business case for using a 64-bit browser in your organization? Are you planning on deploying this as a default in Win7 for all of your users, or do you plan to allow a subset of your users to run the 64-bit browser optionally for certain situations? If the latter, which situations?

The article above is still current. Were still working on the third-class of certifications — i.e. with 64-bit browsers. Stay tuned to this blog for further updates on this certification, which Ill post as soon as possible.

We are in the midst of developing application with Oracle Forms using Jinitiator in Windows XP. 2 questions for you: (1) Will we run into technical issues if we change to Windows 7/8 later on? (2) Is JRE compatible in linux? Sincerely, Esther

Im part of the E-Business Suite division and generally focus on E-Business Suite issues. I can answer these questions, but deeper questions about custom Forms-based development might be better-handled by someone in the Forms team.

1. JInitiator doesnt run on Vista or Win7. JInitiator is based on Java 1.3, which is incompatible with Vista and Windows 7. You must switch to the native JRE plug-ing.

2. Yes. You can find a full list of JRE platform downloads on the JRE site:

I need oracle jintiater for windows7 64 bit edition

JInitiator was built on JDK 1.3, which was desupported many years ago. You must upgrade to JRE 1.6 or 1.7 for your Win7 desktop clients.

64-bit OS, 64-bit browser (IE only so far) uses jdk-7u25-windows-x64.exe

64-bit OS, 32-bit browser (IE, Chrome or FireFox) uses jdk-7u25-windows-i586.exe

So is the OS or browser being secured by Java?

Im afraid that I dont understand the question.

Java provides a set of capabilities to run additional software on top of an existing operating system. Java doesnt secure either the OS or browser.

What good is it if you cant run Windows7 Oracle VM and Linux Mint 64 bit, or is there a plugin for a 64bit Linux VM and Windows7?ThanksDan

We dont have any current plans to certify Linux desktop clients with the E-Business Suite. We revisit this periodically to assess the latest market conditions around Linux adoption. If your organization plans to deploy Linux widely across your enterprise, please forward details so that we can monitor customer demand.

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EPM – Downloading and Installing Oracle 11g Client and ODBC Driver for Windows

This document describes the installation process for the Oracle 11g Client software, which includes an ODBC driver for Windows. This driver is necessary in order to create ODBC connections to EPM.

Note:Oracle 11g is not supported by Windows 10. For Windows 10 compatibility, Oracle 12c or higher will need to be installed.

Navigate to theOracle Database downloadspage.

Scroll down the to list of platforms and click theSee Alllink next to your operating system.

32-bit Windows applications will not work with Oracles 64-bit ODBC driver. Therefore, users of 64-bit versions of Windows may need to install the 32-bit version of the Oracle Client if they intend to make ODBC connections with 32-bit applications. For instance, if you are running 64-bit Windows 7 but you plan to use a 32-bit copy of MS Access to connect to EPM, you should install the 32-bit version of the Oracle Client. If you intend to use both 64-bit and 32-bit applications to create ODBC connections, you will need to install both clients.

Select theAccept License Agreementoption along the top of the page.

Click on the download link for theClientfor your version of Windows.

You will be prompted to sign in with an Oracle account, or to create one (free). Once you have signed in, or created your account and then signed in, you will be asked to download the client. Choose toSavethe file to an easily accessible location on your computers hard drive.

The zip archive containing the client installer is large (currently around 700 MB) and may take several minutes to download. Once the download is complete, you can continue to the installation process.

Locate the zip archive containing the client installer on your computers hard drive.

Right-click the zip archive and selectExtract All…. Windows will decompress the contents of the zip archive into a folder of the same name.

Open the resulting folder and the subfolderClient. Double-click on the application labeledsetupto launch the installer program.

On the first installer screen chooseAdministratoras the installation type.

ClickNext on the language selection screen.

On theSpecify Installation Locationscreen change the default Oracle Base location toC:\Oracle32if you installed the 32-bit client, orC:\Oracle64if you installed the 64-bit client. ClickNext to continue with the installation.

The installer program will check for prerequisites and initiate the installation process. Once the installation is complete, you will be taken to a summary screen.

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