The node-oracledb add-on for Node.js powers high performance Oracle Database applications.
Use node-oracledb to connect Node.js 4, 6 and 7 to Oracle Database.
The add-on is stable, well documented, and has a comprehensive test suite.
The node-oracledb project is open source and maintained by Oracle Corp. The home page is on the Oracle Technology Network.
We are actively working on supporting the best Oracle Database features, and on functionality requests from users involved in the project.
C Compiler with support for C++ 11 (Xcode, gcc, Visual Studio or similar)
Oracle 11.2, 12.1 or 12.2 client libraries. Use the small, free Oracle Instant Client "basic" and "SDK" packages if your database is remote. Or use the libraries and headers from a locally installed database such as the free Oracle XE release.
Oracle's standard client-server network compatibility applies: Oracle Client 12.2 can connect to Oracle Database 11.2 or greater. Oracle Client 12.1 can connect to Oracle Database 10.2 or greater. Oracle Client 11.2 can connect to Oracle Database 9.2 or greater.
OCI_INC_DIR during installation if the Oracle libraries and headers are in a non-default location
npm install oracledb to install from the npm registry.
See INSTALL for details.
Issues and questions can be raised with the node-oracledb community on GitHub.
To run the test suite see test/README.
Node-oracledb is an open source project. See CONTRIBUTING for details.
Oracle gratefully acknowledges the contributions to node-oracledb that have been made by the community.
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