Follow the step-by-step installation guide from this link. Thanks Javin for such a useful document. Talking to a DBA may help. Once you have these two things, we are ready to connect to any local or remote Oracle database instance from Eclipse IDE. JayVeelnCorp I modified the connection string.
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Anonymous December 3, at 4: I have verified this by going as far as copy-pasting the values from my code in the connection manager of SQLDeveloper, where connecting works fine. Follow the step-by-step installation guide from this link. Can you please give some more details?
JDBC with Oracle using MyEclipse and NetBeans
I have now tried with the alternative connection pattern you suggested – I get the same error. Unknown June 27, at Thib can use telnet command to check that.
Should i specify my class name after o3? You can code and run a Java program using a simple text editor such as Notepad and use command prompt to run the program.
A good tutorial indeed!
The Oracle XE installation is very simple. And now – hold on to your hats: Myeclipsee Kapeutini Voisin March 2, at 7: Below configurations would work. Thanks for your reply though!
Now the database and table setup is done. Now do the same but write “java -Doracle.
java – ORA when connecting through jdbc thin driver – Stack Overflow
When you click add JAR option a dialog will open and you just need to choose the ojdbc Run the above program to get the following output.
Have you tried anoother conenction pattern like jdbc: Good work done by you people.
MyEclipse Database Explorer cannot connect Oracle
I am trying to connect to the database using your guide but keep on getting ping failed while testing connection. For example, if you connect to a local database using default port number, then the Oracle database connection URL is:. I’m not sure I get this – why are they bringing out new versions of this driver if it fails on connecting you to the database properly?
A friendly DB admin came to the rescue, and found that this is actually an Oracle bug: After clicking on test connection I am receiving below error: Thanks Javin for such a useful document.
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