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I started this post with the intention of having it be a quickie, just showing people how to connect to Oracle with Perl/DBI without having to have Oracle client or even Perl installed, but it’s not that simple. So I decided to rewrite it with detailed instructions.
Here is a list of what I used:
Machine: Sun Solaris SPARC on build and target machines
Oracle: Oracle 10g client (build machine only)
Perl: v. 5.10.0 (build machine only)
Perl modules: DBI, DBD::Oracle (1.22), PAR (1.008), pp (1.025), PerlIO (1.04) (build machine only)
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