Providers.xml should be in the folder where FDO dll's are.
Infrastructure Application Engineer/Systems Analyst
Engineering Design Systems, Inc.
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Subject: Re: [mapguide-users] How to connect oracle by using Mapguide Maestro
Ok still cannot get it to work. This is my workflow, if I'm leaving anything out please let me know.
Machine 1(Windows Server 2012 R2): Oracle 11g r2 32bit installed
Machine 2(Windows Server 2008 R2: MG Open Source 2.6 and Maestro 5.1 Installed. Then install Oracle Client 32bit- full installation with Administrator. Put in the tnsnames.ora, was able to access db on Machine 1 via sqlplus and sql Devloper. Downloaded fdokingoracle - 3.9.0 6802.tar.gz, extracted out to a default folder named "Bin", inside there are 3 dlls.(KingOracleMessage, KingOracleOverrides,KingOracleProvider). Copy the 3 dlls into the FDO folder(see 2nd screenshot). Restart Machine 2, then start up Maestro and Feature Source via New Resource but no Oracle Provider present in the Select FDO Provider dialog window. I've attached some screenshot of my MG installed path/environment
Also at Mark_Volz(LeapCAD); I can't find the "providers.xml" anywhere in my MG path/environment.
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