Besides, you really should consider using the Oracle Connector instead of ODBC for better performance. If you do (LotusScript uses LS:DO and not the LC-LSX), then you would have to convert it to leverage the Oracle Connector.
Two possible solutions to the client-side problem are to move your Action button code into an agent and call it using the RunOnServer method or use DECS and Realtime-enable the Domino form so that DECS sends the updates to Oracle. Both of these solutions require ODBC and/or Oracle client software to be installed and configured on the Domino server.
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