Teddy 2, 1 17 Place the latest version of ojdbc jar file in your application or shared library. However, it is used for code that runs on the database server and needs to access another session either on the same server or on a remote server on any tier. I’ve got a problem with JDBC. Thanks, but I’m not using commons-dbcp.
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Oracle provides the following JDBC drivers: The other thing that comes to my mind is that there is some dll conflict with a oracle client on my machine. Only one version should be there and it should be the latest one As of today – ojdbc6.
You can access the Oracle-specific features, in addition to the standard features, by using the oracle. These older versions are fine so long as you don’t try and use a method that appeared in the newer API.
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This chapter provides an overview of the Oracle implementation of JDBC, covering the following topics: Thanks, but I’m not using commons-dbcp.
The server-side internal driver does not support the cancel and setQueryTimeout methods of the Statement class.
The Oracle version is 11g. This allows individual providers to implement and extend the standard with their own JDBC drivers. In my case this was the error. Place the latest version of ojdbc jar file in your application or shared library. As it is written entirely in Java, this driver is platform-independent.
This has been available in the database since 8.
Getting started with Oracle JDBC
Oracle provides the following JDBC drivers: I got the same problem and resolved it. Support for JDK 1.
The JDBC server-side internal driver 1.1.0 fully consistent with the client-side drivers and supports the same features and extensions. Consider the following when choosing a JDBC driver for your application or applet:.
It also requires an Oracle client or Instant Client installation including Net8. OCI is an API that enables you to create andd that use the native procedures or function calls of a third-generation language to access Oracle Database and control all phases of the SQL statement processing.
The following from context. How to install the JDBC driver? After installing an Oracle client or server. As it is written entirely in Java, this driver is platform-independent.
Only one thread should access a JDBC connection and related objects at a time: The use of JDBC Thin driver from a client application wnd from inside a server does not affect the code.
Here are sample settings for using It is functionally similar to the client-side Thin driver. This thn espcially usefull for PreparedStatement where a call to setEscapeProcessing false would have no effect.
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Environments and Support This section provides a brief discussion of the following topics: For recent releases, these are numbered based on the Java version they are compiled for, such as ojdbc In Oracle Database 11 g Release 2 To resolve this problem, you should upgrade commons-dbcp library to latest version 1.
The server-side internal drivers support only JDK 1. As soon as I can tomorrow I will check if downloading the latest version of the client helps.