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I am receiving an error when attempting to run 1.21RC3 that OCI.dll is not found. Does this mean that there is a prerequisite for SQLTools++? Or must I first install an older version and reinstall 1.21RC3? And I do not install to the default location, rather to a second drive where space is not an issue. I have tried reinstalling as the error dialog suggests but to no avail.
Asked and answered. I did not read the "fine print" - Oracle Client required
I guess I need a more definitive answer. What Oracle Client is required? I have installed the Oracle 10g Lite Client, but do not find the OCI.dll in the installation. Any tips?
I don't know what a 10g Lite Client is, but you can use the so called "Instant Client" which can be downloaded from here for Windows 32-bit:
Just download the "Basic" package, version 220.127.116.11 or 10.2.0.4 either should be fine. Extract the archive in any directory and point the "Start in" directory of the SQLTools++ link to this directory and you're done basically.
Note that the Oracle Client by default uses a file called TNSNAMES.ORA to resolve database alias names, but in SQLTools++ you can bypass this and directly enter host, port and SID/SERVICE_NAME of your database instance you want to connect to in the Connect dialog.
You can use the environment variable TNS_ADMIN to define the directory where the TNSNAMES.ORA file is located. For more information, check the Oracle documentation.