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We got it working. Do you have sql server developer with its latest cumulative updates installed?
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Neither myself nor any of my teammates can get this working. Latest version of VS 2019 Community with SSDT installed. SSIS extension installed. Microsoft Connector for Oracle installed. Yet no ORACLE connection shows up in connection manager and no Oracle Source and Oracle Destination in toolbox whe...
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Now I’m getting a message that I need enterprise version :(. What do I do now? This is a big problem.
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When I said driver, I implied Oracle Connector itself. Sorry if I caused some confusion there. In the SSIS Feature Support, it requires Enterprise for the old Attunity drivers. I wonder if it applies to the Oracle Connector as well.
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The driver should be installed, according to the whitepaper on oracle connecttor, i dont need to install any drivers or clients.
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