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How to create a proxy table from ASE to Oracle

Hello, looking for a guide on how to create a proxy table from ASE to Oracle. Here is my current high level understanding of what is needed:

1) Installation & configuration of ECDA for Oracle

2) enable CIS in ASE

3) add Oracle instance to ASE remote servers

4) add external login in ASE which is used to connect to the oracle database

5) create proxy table in ASE database pointing to oracle table

What steps am I missing? What resources can I look at? Anything need to be done in the Oracle database to enable the proxy table connection? What products/licenses are needed?

Thanks for any help that can be given,


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  • Posted on Sep 14, 2017 at 12:41 AM

    Hi Adam,

    The steps you outline look like what I would expect. (I don't have actual experience connecting to Oracle or access to one to try it out now).

    Technically, the setup should just look like another client to Oracle. I have no idea of Oracle's licensing terms.



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