Oracle 32 bit to 64 bit conversion issues !!

Dear all,

I am facing a typical issue when trying to convert 32 bit .net application to 64 bit with upgrading oracle database from 32 to 64 bit in a 64 bit OS.When running the application it is showing me "Oracle.DataAccess.dll" compatability error. any of you friends can help me please?

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Comment by Harel Safra on July 30, 2009 at 2:51am
You don't need to convert the client to 64 bit to use a 64bit database.
A 32bit client can access a 64bit database without problems.
Comment by Rajib Bhowmik on July 30, 2009 at 3:05am
Thanks Harel for suggestion,
But whether I have to recompile my 32 bit .Net application in to 64 bit to access the 64 bit database.

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