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Which JDBC driver

 
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hi i am new to JDBC
I am using windows 2000 server, ORACLE8i,jdk1.4
So which JDBC driver i should use and where can i find that?
 
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Download the driver here
and read this: Oracle Developer's Guide
 
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Have a look at Oracle9i JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference - specifically --> Choosing the Appropriate Driver.
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Hi,

You have to get two type of drives to connect to two different databases.
for Oracle I think you will get default driver installed in your system when u install any oracle client. i.e classes11*.zip.
for MS-SQL U need to download the drivers commercial or free ones.
 
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Originally posted by lenin laker:
Hi,

You have to get two type of drives to connect to two different databases.
for Oracle I think you will get default driver installed in your system when u install any oracle client. i.e classes11*.zip.
for MS-SQL U need to download the drivers commercial or free ones./QUOTE]

Yes there is one classes111.zip and classes102.zip in ORANT12.
so what to do next?Why i should need 2 drivers? And how to set classpath?
plz help

 
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http://otn.oracle.com/sample_code/tech/java/sqlj_jdbc/files/basic/basic.html
 
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