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Hi All,

I am getting this error



while executing this statement



I dont have compatibitility issue as i am running in the eclipse.

please help.
 
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Do you know which version of the oracle jar that you have on the classpath?
 
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its classes12.jar.............
 
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Yep, that's old. Delete it, go to the oracle site and download the latest. Then do me a favour and double check that there aren't any other Oracle jars wandering around in your classpath.

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The 'classes12' jars are designed for Java 1.2, I certainly hope you're using a newer version than this.

See Oracle JDBC Drivers - 10.1.0.2.0 (10g) or Oracle JDBC drivers v9.2.0.1 and grab ojdbc14.jar
 
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thanks Dave for the reply.
I have used Oracle.zip also, but thats also not working
 
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sorry classes12.zip
 
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oops, first time I have posted a solution before the problem :shocked: (bed time for me, hopefully someone can help you get this solved)
 
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thanks Dave for the links......
i have put the ojdbc14.jar in the build path.
But still the problem persists
 
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Hi All,

Any help will be greatly appreciated.
I am stuck on the problem for a day.
and i am not able to found any solution also.
 
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Hi All,

After removing classes12.zip from my build path of Eclipse
and only keeping ojbc14.jar in the build path
i am getting this error

'java.sql.SQLException: Unsupported feature'

Please help
 
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