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hi friends,
i am doing my final year project using EJB,JSP & ORACLE.
I am unable to connect to the database.
the error message i am recieving ---- SQL driver not found
I am using:
Windows 2000 proffesional os
JDK1.3
J2SDKEE1.3
Oracle 8i (version 8.1.7)
Is it required to add any new driver ?
If any from where and how ?
PLEASE RESPOND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.
IT IS VERY URGENT.
Thanking You,
Sai.
 
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The Oracle JDBC driver is in a file called classes12.zip. Find it and put it into your classpath.
 
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THANKS FOR YOUR REPLY.
I AM UNABLE TO DOWNLOAD THE FILE YOU TOLD FROM THE ORACLE SITE though i accepted all the terms and conditions the mentioned.
also please tell me where to add the file
Thanking you once more
Bye.
 
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You don't need to download it. It should have come with your Oracle installation. If you have the client installed locally, it will be in the <drive>\Oracle8i\jdbc\lib directory.
 
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