According to your documentation (Data Access Drivers HowTo Guides) :
I cant find this file for the configuration: openlink.sh and openlink.ini
Configuration of the Lite Edition (Single-Tier) ODBC Driver for Oracle 10g+ Data Sources, for Linux
You MUST be proficient in using a Unix shell.
You MUST be proficient in using a Unix editor such as vi.
You MUST be in possession of relevant database connectivity details such as Database name, Username, password, etc.
You MUST have installed and available either a full installation of Oracle, Oracle Client, or Oracle Instant Client (release 6.x only).
Open the file <OPENLINK_INSTALL>/openlink.sh with a suitable text editor such as vi.
Locate the section that deals with the location of shared libraries pertaining to your system (LD_LIBRARY_PATH, LIBPATH, or SHLIB_PATH) and add to it the location of your Informix lib and lib/esql directories:
Open the file <OPENLINK_INSTALL>/openlink.ini with a suitable text editor such as vi.
Locate the [Environment Oracle xxx] section that deals with the driver specific Oracle configuration and edit to reflect your Oracle installation:
[Environment Oracle 10.x]
ORACLE_HOME = /oracle/
;ORACLE_SID = ORCL
;ORACLE_SERVER = T
;TWO_TASK = P:
;ODBC_CATALOGS = Y ; Uncomment after loading odbccat10.sql
;MULTIPLEX_LDA = 5 ; Allow 5 OpenLink clients on a single lda
;OPL_USR_TBLS_FIRST = Y ; Sort SQLTables starting with user tables
SHOW_REMARKS = N ; Retrieve SQLColumns REMARKS field
CURSOR_SENSITIVITY = LOW ; Set to HIGH after loading odbccat10.sql
;OCI_PREFETCH_ROWS = 100 ; Number of rows to prefetch
;OCI_PREFETCH_MEMORY = 65535 ; Amount of memory to use for prefetching
;NLS_LANG = AMERICAN_AMERICA.UTF8 ; Unicode connection
Open the file <OPENLINK_INSTALL>/bin/odbc.ini with a suitable text editor such as vi.
Locate and edit the sample OpenLink Oracle ODBC data source (DSN) created during the installation process and edit as follows:
Driver = <OPENLINK_INSTALL>/lib/ora100_mt_lt.so
ServerType = Oracle 10.x
Options = <TNSName>
Username = <scott>
Password = <**********>
FetchBufferSize = 99
JetFix = No
Description = Sample Oracle 10.x Lite Connection
Use the iodbctest tool which is packaged with the HTTP-based OpenLink ODBC Administrator as follows:
# cd <OPENLINK_INSTALL>
# . ./openLink.sh
# iodbctest oracle
iODBC Demonstration program
This program shows an interactive SQL processor
Driver Manager: 03.52.0507.0105
Driver: 06.02.1217 OpenLink Generic ODBC Driver (ora100_mt_lt.so)
You should now be able to issue SQL statements directly against the target database.
The bitness of the ODBC Driver for MySQL is determined by the bitness of your ODBC client application.
That is, if your ODBC client application is 32-bit then the Generic ODBC Driver component MUST also be 32-bit.