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June 25, 2007, 12:49 pm
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I just subscribed to see if anyone have heard of something that's
weird for me:
A Virtual Drive for Oracle Databases.
The thing is, I'm trying to make a application connect on a Oracle
database. I don't have much documentation on how it does that, only
the sources (duh) and the database itself.
On the few docs I have, it says that it uses adodb. Okay, that's
better but I don't see it using ado anywhere...
The program claims to be impossible do redeclare a DAOFactory class
(that was declared on a required file before). I've heard that it uses
a Virtual Drive or something like that (ODBC maybe?) to connect.
I discard possible programming erros since it's already running in
And No, I don't have access to that environment which is why it's even
harder to understand what it's doing and why.
Can anyone give me a hint?
Re: Oracle Connection
Oracle used to have something called "IFS" (Internet File System) but it
was short lived. These days, everything is virtual, so you will need to
provide some more context or receive virtual help.
There is fairly extensive documentation on http://www.php.net and
ADOdb using ADO? Again, please explain.
What is "virtual drive"?