Oracle Data Sync FAQ
You are welcome to look through the following Frequently Asked Questions list for getting to know the answers to the most commonly asked questions about Oracle Data Sync.
If you want to ask a question which is not in the list you may apply to our support team.
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- Pentium PC or higher;
- Windows NT4/2000/XP/Vista/Windows 7;
- 256 MB RAM (512 MB recommended);
- 15 MB of free hard disk space;
- SVGA-compatible video adapter;
- Oracle client software.
- Make sure that "TNSNAMES" is listed as one of the values of the NAMES.DIRECTORY_PATH parameter in the Oracle Net profile (SQLNET.ORA).
- Verify that a TNSNAMES.ORA file exists and is in the proper directory and is accessible.
- Check that the net service name used as the connect identifier exists in the TNSNAMES.ORA file.
- Make sure there are no syntax errors anywhere in the TNSNAMES.ORA file. Look for unmatched parentheses or stray characters. Errors in a TNSNAMES.ORA file may make it unusable.
First of all, please make sure that you have installed an Oracle client software. Next, you can either copy Oracle libraries from ORAHOME folder to ORAHOME\bin one as described here or specify the OCI.dll location in the command line (for example, changing a desktop shortcut) as follows: