[unixODBC-support] RE: Oracle9i & unixODBC & FreeTDS ...rejoice!

Stefan Radman Stefan.Radman at CTBTO.ORG
Fri Jun 2 12:26:05 BST 2006

glad to hear.
btw: what OS & version are you working with?


	From: unixodbc-support-bounces at easysoft.com
[mailto:unixodbc-support-bounces at easysoft.com] On Behalf Of Lars
	Sent: Friday, 02 June, 2006 13:19
	To: unixodbc-support at easysoft.com
	Subject: [unixODBC-support] RE: Oracle9i & unixODBC & FreeTDS


	Hello All, 


	It's working, I downloaded the latest unixodbc source, compiled
that & re-compiled freeTDS.  

	A select * on a table from the mssql database is working from
inside the oracle db, didn't even have to change anything on Oracle.
Woowee! :-)


	I'm one happy little camper!




	From: Lars Van-Casteren 
	Sent: Friday, June 02, 2006 1:05 AM
	To: 'unixodbc-support at easysoft.com'
	Subject: Oracle9i & unixODBC & FreeTDS


	Hello list, 


	I'm having a problem with a oracle HS, unixodbc & freetds...I'm
posting this here first because the trace shows unixodbc is unhappy.

	Oracle HS is writing this in the HS log file: 


	[Generic Connectivity Using ODBC] version:

	connect string is: defTdpName=ascom;SYNTAX=(ORACLE8_HOA,





	<datasource name='ascom' type='GENERIC_ODBC_FOR_HS'


	<misc year2000Policy='-1' consumerApi='1'

	parserDepth='2000' noInsertParameterization='true'


	ORACLE GENERIC GATEWAY Log File Started at 01-Jun-06 23:57:47

	[unixODBC][Driver Manager]Data source name not found, and no
default driver

	specified (SQL State: 00000; SQL Code: 0)

	(Last message occurred 2 times)


	The part from unixODBC seems to be stopping the show here I
think...but I'm not sure.

	Strange thing is that I can connect&query with isql on this db
and that seems to work excellent.

	The fact that isql working makes me believe unixodbc & freetds
are ok from the commandline.


	Some info: 


	Unixodbc version: 2.1.1


	Compile-time settings (established with the "configure" script):

	Version: freetds v0.63

	MS db-lib source compatibility: no

	Sybase binary compatibility: unknown

	Thread safety: yes

	iconv library: yes

	TDS version: 8.0

	iODBC: no

	unixodbc: yes 


	Odbcinst.ini has an entry for freetds

	Oracle user has a $HOME/.odbc.ini 

	The system has /etc/odbc.ini 

	Both of these odbc.ini files are symbolic links to

	(I presume this should function ?)


	The oracle user has an env var
ODBCSYSINI=/usr/local/etc/odbc.ini and an ODBCINI=/etc/odbcini


	Still, when called through HS unixODBC seems unable to find the
dsn files, most likely due to my stupidity :-)

	I've tried setting the envs in listener.ora, it seems to go the
unixodbc according the listener trace, but unixodbc in turn is


	What am I missing here ?

	Thanks for any help :-)









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