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Oracle DB Connection

by sbwankhede / April 13, 2006 3:16 PM PDT

i am working on Oracle DB and would like to know ..
How 2 connect Oracle DB usig ASP ..
Can smbody help me with the appropriate Connection String...THANX

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Google finds too many examples. Here's one.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 13, 2006 3:26 PM PDT
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good question
by kwokwai -space4english / April 23, 2006 2:59 AM PDT
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I have got an user account for Oracle 9i, but don't know if it can be accessed by any server-side scripts.

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(NT) (NT) Good answer then by Bob.
by Kees Bakker / April 23, 2006 8:28 PM PDT
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NT
by kwokwai -space4english / April 24, 2006 2:43 AM PDT

Mod, I see (NT) is sometimes mentioned in the replies.
Can you tell me what it is actually referring to?
It seems NT is not about Window NT, it should have other meaning, right?

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RE: NT...
by John.Wilkinson / April 24, 2006 2:54 AM PDT
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(NT) is short for 'no text,' meaning that there is no text in the body of the message. For instance, I may just want to say "Thanks!" That fits in the subject line, so unless I have more to say there won't be anything in the message body. By including (NT) at the beginning of subject title I'm informing all readers of this so that they don't take the time/effort to click on the title and load the full message when there's nothing else to read. The forum software does this automatically if it detects that there is no text in the body, so you don't have to worry about it. You can read about this and more in the forum FAQs.

Hope this helps,
John

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