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tiagoce
Occasional Visitor

Hello everyone. I am new to Excel development and need to connect to an Oracle database. I am using Excel 2019 (64 bit) on Windows 10 (64 bit). I downloaded the Oracle client and installed it. I set up the TNS file to connect to the database, but even after all the configurations Excel warns that the Oracle components are missing for the connection.
What should I do for Excel to "find" the Oracle components to connect?

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