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Jörgen Andersson11-Jun-20 22:31
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When you are using unmanaged code (the Oracle Client in this case), EVERYTHING need to have the same bitness (32 or 64 bits), including the client, debugger, IIS Application pool and the VSHost.exe.

More info on that here: Visual Studio Debugging and 64 Bit .NET Applications - Rick Strahl's Web Log[^]

In this case I'm not even sure if you have the same bitness on the Oracle.DataAccess.dll and the rest of the client files.
You can use corflags.exe to determine bitness of an .exe
Wrong is evil and must be defeated. - Jeff Ello

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