11.1.0 OCI AND THIN DRIVER
However, they are not certified to work with older, unsupported database releases, such as Oracle JDBC drivers implement the standard java. This driver supports only JDK 1. The database component of Oracle JDeveloper uses the JDBC drivers to manage the connection between the application running on the client and the server. Allthat has changed is that some methods that previously threw SQLException now do something more reasonable instead.
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Server-side internal driver It is used for code that runs on the database server and accesses the same session. The server-side internal drivers support only JDK 1. Running a JDBC application. Thanks, but I’m not using commons-dbcp. Ahmed Ashour 3, 10 24 The server-side internal driver does not support the cancel and setQueryTimeout methods of the Statement class.
All versions of JDK earlier than 1. The DLL’s of the instant client are correctly in the library path. Server-side Thin driver It is functionally similar to the client-side Thin driver.
Sign up using Email and Password. Support for Thon 1. Prefetching row data into the client reduces the number of round trips to the server. Which JDBC driver version is certified to connect to which database version?
OCI is an API that enables you to create applications 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. An entry name defined in the tnsnames. Not used with Oracle The following from context.
Getting started with Oracle JDBC
As soon as I can tomorrow I will check if downloading the latest version of the client helps. The programs access the SQL engine by using function calls. Oracle JDBC drivers implement the standard java. All versions of JDK earlier than 1. The Oracle JDeveloper Suite provides ane with a single, integrated set of products to build, debug, and deploy component-based database applications for the Internet. It is platform-independent and does not require any additional Oracle software on the client-side.
Oracle provides the following JDBC drivers: I do meet this problem. 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.
Support for JDK 1. These drivers can be freely downloaded from Oracle’s site free registration is required. Thih will work with latest JDBC drivers.
Setting Oracle parameters
The Thin driver is for client-side use and does not require Oracle software on the client side. The server-side internal drivers support only JDK 1.
Bug in the oracle driver, maybe? From the error message it seems that something is missing but: When using this property, the user and password properties must be included in the properties object.