db_link in Oracle 9i

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Why I solve this problem?This error is 'ORA-06401: NETCMN:Invalid Driver Designator.'The error occurs when I am trying to insert record through database link.

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Oracle 9i

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If you ftp configuration files from a working client or server machine in
binary mode, the last character on each line is ^M. This is considered an
illegal character in a configuration file (similar to using a tab character
instead of indenting with blank spaces).

These ^M characters can be removed all at once by invoking the following
command in the Unix editor vi while still in command mode:

<pre>:%s/.$// <enter></pre>

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  • carlosdl
    A bit more information could help. Are both databases version 9i ? Was this working before ? Is this a new database link ? If you perform other operations through the db link, do they work (updates,selects, etc.) ?
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