Using 64-bit IIS Express in Visual Studio

Our organization, like many other medium-to-large companies, uses a central ORACLE database for most of our company-specific data. By itself this is not an issue (according to management), but problems arise from two things: We are almost exclusively a Microsoft shop. The version of ORACLE we are using is very old (8+ years). Our need to interface with ORACLE is what drove me and my team to develop a mapping system that allowed us to map ASP.NET DataTables to... Read more >
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