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I've tried just about every solution I could find on the community to get an Oracle 32-bit connection to work. When I use the 'Other Databases>32-Bit Database Connections>ODBC', then select the database and enter my user name and password nothing happens at all, no errors, no nothing. The same thing when I try 'Other Databases>32-Bit Database Connections>Oracle OCI...'. Strangely enough if I use 'Other Databases>32-Bit Database Connections>OleDB...' the test is successful, but then nothing happens when I say OK. Also I got the connection to work yesterday, but when I try an modify the query I get the error below:
"Access to the path 'C\Users\X6138036......................log' is denied"
Using the default Oracle connection throws the 64-bit 32-bit error. Any ideas?
Since 32 bit drivers are really older versions of drivers they can be a little finicky. You may want to work with your database admin to make sure you have the proper access and use a 64 bit connection.
If you can update to the 64 bit and confirm access. Please reach out to Alteryx Support for help.
I had the same issue where I would select 32-Bit ODBC to setup a connection and nothing would happen. I found that Version 2019.4.6 has a bug that prevents connections to 32-bit ODBC sources. Version 2019.3.6 works just fine. This is an Alteryx issue.