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This should do the trick in modules/oraclebackend/OBJECTLIBS:<br>
Presuming of course $ORACLE_HOME=/opt/oracle. It'd be nice if the
configure script could obtain those values from the environment, as
anyone working with oracle would have that defined. Mine isn't in
/opt/oracle, btw, and I had to change it manually.<br>
bert hubert wrote:<br>
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<pre wrap="">On Wed, Dec 03, 2003 at 01:39:34PM -0600, Geier, Michael D wrote:
<pre wrap="">This RedHat 8 server has the Oracle 9i libraries installed. Is the
module name supposed to be something besides oracle? Or is there
something I am missing entirely?
I think we currently expect Oracle 8. What you can do is edit
pdns/modules/oracle/OBJECTLIBS so it only includes libraries that are there.
Let me know how this works!
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