Connect Oracle 10g Developer with Oracle 8i database

Is it possible to connect Oracle 10g Developer with Oracle 8i database. If possible then plz guide how i can.

with Oracle Developer 10g 9.0.4 is no problem to connect to Oracle 8i.
with Oracle Developer 10g 10.1.2. you need the Patch 8.1.7.4 for 8i, i think.

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