Monthly Archives: September 2008

Oracle.DataAccess.dll in Windows Server 2008 x64

After I installed ODP.NET 11g in Windows Server 2008 x64 I got the following error message: Could not load file or assembly ‘Oracle.DataAccess, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=89b483f429c47342’ or one of its dependencies. An attempt was made to load a program … Continue reading

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Bill Gate in the ads

It is about Windows campaign. This is the idea by Microsoft’s Windows business to reconnect with consumers around the globe. Microsoft’s traditional relationship with consumers is facing the challenge in this new world, a situation that has led the company … Continue reading

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ODP.NET with Visual C++ 2008

Many developers still using C++ for some reasons. One of my customers is using VC++ but with open source database and he is not that happy with the database so he wants to change to Oracle database. This is a simple sample that … Continue reading

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The simplest Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) sample with 1 Textbox and 1 Button

WPF is a buzzword to many developers. I have heard people saying WPF is for Windows Vista, it is resource intensive and more. It is just like what I blog in my Oracle blogs. It is not easy to find … Continue reading

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