Why not simply use one of the Oracle Clients that Oracle provides.?
Assuming you have an Oracle database then somebody must administer, ask that person and I am sure they will point you in the right direction.
I personally don't like ODBC [and I doubt your DBA will either] and would suggestion OLE DB.
Best Regards, Bill
Good evening friend!
Yes, it is compatible because I use it, it works normally both 64Bit as 32Bit. There's no secret, just install an Oracle client, create an ODBC pointing to your TNS Names and ready. Remember that if you use a 32Bit Oracle Client, you must create an ODBC 32Bit, in case Windows Server must be created with the executable "C: \ Windows \ SysWOW64 \ odbcad32.exe" which is responsible for creating the executable's ODBC 32Bit
i want to connect server which 64-bit with oracle database version 10.2.0.1 which 32-bit, then i search oracle client for 64-bit and i only found version 10.2.0.5 is the most closest to oracle database 10.2.0.1 version. can oracle client 10.2.0.5 support for connection to oracle database 10.2.0.1 ?