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This installation includes Oracle Data Provider for .NET and Oracle10g client
This install includes the following:
Visual Studio .NET 2005/2002 not supported in this releaseThis release does not support Visual Studio .NET 2005 nor Visual Studio .NET 2002. Please note: support for Visual Studio .NET 2005 is planned when VS.NET 2005 goes production.
Integrated online help
Oracle documentation is installed along with this release and includes context sensitive (F1) help for GUI elements as well as for SQL and PL/SQL keywords. If you do not see the Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio .NET book collection in your Visual Studio .NET help collection, use the "Visual Studio Combined Help Collection Manager" (search for “VSCC” in the online help) and enable the Oracle Developer Tools for Visual Studio .NET book collection.
The following languages are supported: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese. The installation steps may show additional languages that are not supported.
Local Database option may not be visible from connection dialog drop down list
In order for a locally installed database to show up as a “Local Database” in the connection dialog box, Oracle Developer Tools must be installed in the same Oracle10g Oracle Home as the database. If the tools are installed in a separate Oracle home from the database, the Oracle NET Configuration assistant will need to be used to create an alias for the database.
Visual Studio .NET XML Schema Designer
Running a Stored Procedure or Function
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