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Oracle Database 10g Release 2, Oracle SQL Developer, and Oracle JDeveloper are fully certified on Mac OS X. Turn your Mac into a full-fledged development environment and deploy Xserve-based grids. The following section contains information about the issue related to Oracle Database Instant Client 19c: Pro.C Does Not Support C99 Headers. The Pro.C parser fails to recognize C99 syntax in system headers on the supported Apple Mac OS X releases. This issue has no workaround. The following section contains information about the issue related to Oracle Database Instant Client 12 c: Pro.C Does Not Support C99 Headers. The Pro.C parser fails to recognize C99 headers on Apple Mac OS X El Captain, Apple Mac OS X Yosemite, and Apple Mac OS. I'm having a really hard time installing the Oracle 11g client on Mac OS. Don't use the instant client, it is looking for the full client install. I can't find the patch to update from 10.2.0.1 to 10.2.0.4 for windows 2003 32bit, can someone upload. In this video, I want to share with you how I installed Oracle Database 11g on MAC OS using Virtual Machine. If you have some questions, post it in comments.

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Certification Information

Refer to My Oracle Support note 742060.1 for the latest certification information about Oracle Instant Client and Oracle Database:

Unsupported Products

The following features or products are not supported on Apple Mac OS X:

  • Pro*FORTRAN

  • Pro*COBOL

Other Known Issues

The following section contains information about the issue related to Oracle Database Instant Client 19c:

Pro*C Does Not Support C99 Headers

The Pro*C parser fails to recognize C99 syntax in system headers on the supported Apple Mac OS X releases.

This issue has no workaround.

This issue is tracked with Oracle bug 16061064.

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Oracle Database Database Instant Client Release Notes, 19c for Apple Mac OS X (Intel)

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October 2020

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