ODAC supports Oracle servers 11g, 10g, 9i, 8i, 8.0, and 7.3, including Oracle Express
Edition 11g and 10g.
ODAC supports both x86 and x64 versions of the following Oracle Clients: 11g, 10g,
9i, 8i, 8.0, and 7.3.
Note that support for x64 versions of Oracle Clients is available in Delphi and
C++Builder for 64-bit Windows.
ODAC is compatible with the following IDEs:
Only Architect, Enterprise, and Professional IDE editions are supported. For Delphi
XE - XE4, C++Builder XE - XE4 ODAC additionally supports Starter Edition.
Lazarus and Free Pascal are supported only in Trial Edition and in Professional
and Developer editions with source code.
Direct mode is available only for Delphi and C++Builder IDEs.
Note that support for 64-bit Windows and Mac OS X was introduced in Rad Studio XE2,
and is not available in older versions of Rad Studio. Support for iOS is available
in Rad Srudio XE2 and XE4, but development for iOS in Rad Studio XE2 is available
only with Professional and Developer editions with source code.
All DAC products are compatible with each other.
But, to install several DAC products to the same IDE, it is necessary to make sure
that all DAC products have the same common engine (BPL files) version. The latest
versions of DAC products or versions with the same release date always have the
same version of the common engine and can be installed to the same IDE.
The current version of ODAC is compatible with
OraDeveloper Tools 2.xx and higher versions for RAD Studio 2007 - XE2
The new versions of DAC products with support for Rad Studio XE4, iOS and the NEXTGEN compiler!
New Release of Delphi Data Access Components and VirtualTable
RAD Studio XE3 Support in DACs and VirtualTable!
"We have developed a client server application using Oracle 11.g in a biggest Hospital
in Greece about 400 users (Delphi5 and ODAC 6.9) this is working fantastic..." >>
Executive Manager of Pefki Software Company
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