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No, gdal doesn't generate any user. You should find '-> "OCI" (read/write)' in the Supported Formats list if "OCI driver" is installed/configured properly. At this point the following syntax (you have to customize a little bit) should work: ogr2ogr <srs> -f "ESRI Shapefile" /favourite/path/test.shp OCI:"<oracle user>/<oracle ...


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The syntax is fine if you have a properly defined tnsnames.ora. This is probably a problem installing a GDAL library. There are multiple versions of GDAL with support for different formats. If OCI is not in the list of drivers, which is listed in error message, then your GDAL library does not work with Oracle database. The simplest solution is install GDAL ...


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If QGIS crashes, this warrants a bug report in any case. Please attach any information that might be useful. Please open a bug report, consider creating a pull request or funding somebody to implement this.



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