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  • I tried heelclick as the service name first. Since it is such a popular database utility, I had to assume the obvious.\\n\\nSo now I've gone with your second suggestion and downloaded the Oracle ODBC driver. To keep things difficult, they didn't include an installation utility, and to make it more confusing, item 1 of part 4 of the installation instructions says it assumes Oracle Universal Installer has already been installed on my system. I don't know what that is, but I'm pretty sure it isn't already installed on my system. \\n\\nDo I need Oracle Database 10g Client Release 2 (10.2.0.1.0). I'm leaving work right now and I started the download (500 megs!). 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You may also want to try install, setup and use the Oracle ODBC driver instead. You can download this from oracle directly:\\n\\n \\n\\nRegards,\\n\\nStratos\",\"author\":\"username\":\"efstratios.karaivazoglou\",\"displayName\":\"Efstratios Karaivazoglou\",\"groupIcons\":[\"name\":\"employee\",\"title\":\"This user is an SAP Employee\",\"priority\":21],\"suspended\":false,\"isCurrentUser\":false,\"id\":7189687,\"posted\":1270154845000,\"votes\":0,\"isAccepted\":false,\"isLocked\":false,\"userVoted\":\"\",\"relations\":\"canCancelAccept\":false,\"canUnlock\":false,\"canUseDelete\":false,\"canVoteDownOrCancel\":false,\"canLock\":false,\"canAccept\":false,\"type\":\"answer\",\"canVoteUpOrCancel\":false,\"isCurrentUserAuthor\":false,\"attachments\":[],\"body\":\"In order to setup connection with Oracle DB from CR try to do following: \\n \\n1) Find "tnsnames.ora" file on the machine where you run Crystal Reports (default location is: C:\\\\oracle\\\\network\\\\admin) \\n2) Add entry to the file in this way: \\n \\nheelclick =\\n (DESCRIPTION =\\n (ADDRESS_LIST =\\n (ADDRESS = (PROTOCOL = TCP)(HOST = hcoracle.heelclick.com)(PORT = 1521)\\n )\\n )\\n (CONNECT_DATA =\\n (SERVICE_NAME = heelclick.hcoracle.heelclick.com)\\n )\\n ) \\n3.) 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Login / Sign-up Search Questions and Answers 0 Former Member Apr 01, 2010 at 08:42 PM Can't connect to Oracle with Crystal Reports XI 457 Views Follow RSS Feed Having many years of experience with SQL Server, I figured this was going to be easy... but it is not. I have Oracle (OraDB10g) running on a server and I've been asked to make some Crystal Reports based on it. So I tried creating a new connection. The Ole DB (ADO) option had a provider that looked like it would work called "Microsoft OLE DB Provider for Oracle". However, it prompts me for a Service Name in addition to user and password, and I have no idea what to give it for service name. I think I have all the info I need, I just don't know how to present it. The server that is running Oracle is HCORACLE, and using something called "Oracle Net Manager" on that server I can see the following:


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