Oracle 11g instant client 32 bit
I have 64-bit Oracle Database Server installed on Windows 2008 R2, and naturally, it automatically installs the 64-bit client.
Download and unzip both files to the same directory.
It was under c:program filesoracleinventory. .Download if you want to set up http access to the database via the Apache http Server.This brings the latest and greatest Oracle functionality to applications.I have not tried turning off UAC, never had to do that before on other machines or versions. .I have to install an application onto this server that is 32-bit and requires the 32-bit Oracle client.
Also see the stand-alone installation overview.
Oracle Database 11 g, release 2 Client (.0) for Microsoft Windows (32-bit) win32_11gR2_client.
The hklmsoftwarewow6432Nodeoracle entry does exist in the registry but is empty. .
Download if you want the client libraries only.
License Agreement, thank you for accepting the OTN License Agreement; you may now download this software.Download if you want to set up a heterogeneous data integration environment.This is definitely a major nuisance and I really hope Oracle will fix it (or at least provide us with some sort of an error message the installer would disappear on me even when I was just clicking the Browse button to change the installation.Oracle Fusion Middleware Web Tier Utilities 11 g for Microsoft Windows (32-bit oracle WebTier crystal report engine version 10.5 Utilities Downloads, contains the Oracle http Server and associated modules.Contains the Oracle Client Libraries.Now i have tried installing the 32-bit Client into a different physical folder and selected a different value for the Oracle Base and Software Location when installing and it installed just fine.Oracle Database 11 g, release 2 (.0) for Microsoft Windows (32-bit) win32_11gR2_database_1of2.zip (1,625,721,289 bytes) win32_11gR2_database_2of2.zip (631,934,821 bytes directions.If I don't come across another solution today, I can try that tomorrow morning.Zip (595,036,736 bytes contains the Oracle Database Gateways to non-Oracle Databases.I don't know why but it did.There is no Oracle directory under c:Program Files (x86) and the registry entry does not exist. .