it is your oracle install. i have had bad experiences with the fancy shmancy
8.1.x java installer myself.
oci.h is in a subdirectory of $ORACLE_HOME called 'rdbms'. i remember doing
the client setup did not give me the stuff i needed so i basically copied
everything it was missing from a second pretty much identical box with a
full server install. it would be easiest if you had a machine with a full
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on 5/29/00 18:04, Justin Sheehy at [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> I am trying to build the DCOracle module and having trouble right off
> the bat. I have tried both 1.3.0 and 1.3.1 b1 with the same results.
> The file src/oci_8.c does an #include "oci.h", but I don't seem to
> have a file named oci.h in my oracle install:
> $ find $ORACLE_HOME -name '*.h'
> My Oracle install is the 'Programmer' distribution from Oracle 8.1.5.
> Do I need the full install, not just the Programmer install, or am I
> missing something else?
> I tried using the Setup file for Oracle 8i on Linux that was sent to
> this list by Laurent Chane-Chuen-Kee, but that does not have any
> effect on the problem.
> -Justin Sheehy
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