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Is it the error of oci8??

 
Shiyori Okahashi
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Hello. Excuse me, please let me know.
When performed using oci8 connection, the following errors came out at the time of DB connection.

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Error!!
java.rmi.ServerException: RemoteException occurred in server.; nested exception
is:
java.rmi.RemoteException: make_c_state
java.rmi.RemoteException: make_c_state
<<no stack trace available>>
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What thing can be considered as a cause?
Please give a professor.
[ Edited by Dave to fix code, and < problems ]
[This message has been edited by David O'Meara (edited December 18, 2001).]
 
Stanley Tan
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I just spent the last couple of days with the same problem. I think the problem is that the JREs are not in sync with each other. Oracle 8 comes with JRE 1.1.1 and you may be using JDK1.3, for example.
To make life easier, just use the thin drivers
 
Shiyori Okahashi
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Thank you.
I am sorry when it is an elementary question.
What is it in JRE 1.1.1?
Incidentally, JDK1.3 is used.
 
Shiyori Okahashi
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I am often sorry.
What kind of meaning is 'make_c_state' to add and which is an error message?
Thank you for your cooperation.

 
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The JRE 1.1.1 is the version before 1.3. It is very old.
Originally posted by Shiyori Okahashi:
Thank you.
I am sorry when it is an elementary question.
What is it in JRE 1.1.1?
Incidentally, JDK1.3 is used.

 
Stanley Tan
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It means that something isn't right. The state of the machine (?) just isn't correct.
Try using the Oracle thin drivers instead of the OCI drivers. I did that and it worked for me
Originally posted by Shiyori Okahashi:
I am often sorry.
What kind of meaning is 'make_c_state' to add and which is an error message?
Thank you for your cooperation.


 
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