Show data from sql server to oracle db

Hi,
I am using oracle 10g R1 on windows 2003 platform. On one machine database 10gR1 is running and on other machine sql server is running. I want to retrieve some data from sql server to oracle database. Please tell me how I can show data from sql server to oracle db.
Thanks

To make heterogeneous connection with oracle:
1.First make an ODBC connection, make entry in System DSN(to create a data source)
2.Make an entry in tnsnames.ora
3.Make an entry in listener.ora under SID_LIST_LISTENER
4.Make an entry in file named init<HS>.ora file located "oracle_base\oracle_home\db\hs\admin"
5.Restart the listener
e.g:
1. create a odbc system dsn named like 'sqlserver'
2. sqlserver= (DESCRIPTION=
(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=tcp) (HOST=xx.xx.xx.xx) (PORT=1521))
(CONNECT_DATA = (SERVICE_NAME=sqlserver))
(HS = OK)
3. (SID_DESC = (SID_NAME = sqlserver) (ORACLE_HOME = oracle_base\oracle_home\db) (PROGRAM = hsodbc) )
4.Create a file named initsqlserver.ora and make the following entry:
HS_FDS_CONNECT_INFO = sqlserver
Alternatively, you can copy the file named inithsodbc.ora and rename it to initsqlserver.ora
and edit as HS_FDS_CONNECT_INFO = sqlserver
5. lsnrctl reload listener_name
regards
adnan kaysar

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