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Although the main features will work it can happen that new features of a database version cannot be used by older drivers.
Full support for JDBC 3. Server-side internal driver It is used for code that runs on the database server and accesses the same session. Environments and Support This section provides a brief discussion of the following topics: Starting from Thn Database 11g Release 2 It can be used with both applets and applications.
After installing an Oracle client or server. It is used on the client-side with an Oracle client installation.
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It is used for code that runs on the database server and accesses the same session. The Thin driver is for client-side use and does not require Oracle software on the client side.
It requires an Oracle client installation and, therefore, is Oracle platform-specific. It will work with latest JDBC drivers. It’s been around for a while, I think. The JDBC server-side internal driver supports any Java code that runs inside Oracle Database, ici as in a Java stored procedure, and must access the same database.
This driver supports only JDK 1. It is functionally similar to the client-side Thin driver. For recent releases, these are numbered based on the Java version they are compiled for, such as ojdbc But you should not import the package oracle.
Getting started with Oracle JDBC
AbstractMethodError when trying to load a blob in the db? If your code runs inside the database server and needs to access data locally within the session, then use the JDBC server-side internal driver to access that server.
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. It can be used with both applets and applications.
Thrown when an application tries 1.11.0 call an abstract method. Teddy 2, 1 17 I’ve got a problem with JDBC. For code that runs in the database server and needs to access a remote database or another session within the same database instance, use the JDBC server-side Thin driver.
This chapter provides an overview of the Oracle implementation of JDBC, covering the following topics:.
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In my case problem was at context. Backward Compatibility Oracle Database 12c Release 1 Oracle JDBC drivers implement the standard java.
It is a pure Java driver used on the client-side, without lci Oracle client installation. It is functionally similar to the client-side Thin driver.
A typical value for this property is This file will almost certainly not be available in future releases. I just change ojdbc So use the 11g drivers