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I created a worksheet with Power Query connecting to Oracle (not via ODBC). I have Office 2013 Pro Plus. If I share the document with someone, will it work with if they have Office 2013 Standard?
Is there any documentation on what versions of Office 365 support a connection to Oracle and OData? Do all the Enterprise plans have this support? What about the Small Business plans?
Which connectors are available for 2013 is here https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=39379&CorrelationId=629e6d90-4658-4bd7-b9ae... under system requirements.
For O365 - https://support.office.com/en-us/article/where-is-get-transform-power-query-e9332067-8e49-46fc-97ff-...
However, it's better to test. Above limitation could be on user interface only, if you already created the connection it could work on Standard edition with installed Power Query add-in.