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icon5.gif  Looking for an Oracle Client Configuration Tool [message #119491] Thu, 12 May 2005 17:13
laddg
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Registered: May 2005
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Over time I've managed to install what looks like three or four versions of the Oracle Client (ORAWIN, ORAWIN32, ORAWIN9 and Oracle Instant Client) onto a Windows XP machine. Many folders, TNS_Names files, etc...

I want to consolidate down to only the Oracle Instant Client stuff if possible (I need to support TOAD, Microsoft Access and VB.net) and delete all the other stuff.

When I look in my HKLM/Oracle registry settings everything appears to be pointing to old ORAWIN32 files, and there are multiple HOMEs listed.

Can anyone point me to a utility or instructions that can clean this up and fix the registry settings? The Oracle Universal Installer that came with the 9 client doesn't appear to be able to see the older installs.

Thanks,
DJG
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