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Megha Rajeevan
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Hello Ranchers!!
I'm a MCA Student.. now this is our semester holidays. i've planned to study EJB myself. I know JSP , Servlets to run in Apache Tomcat!
Now i downloaded NetBeans for J2EE application and also the tutorial.
I'm doing the sample projects given in that tutorial..

i've completed my fist program in ConvertApp.. and then in Shopping cart..
ie., for stateless and stateful sessionbean

now.. my next program in to connect to database
i've oracle 8i database installed in my PC
in that example it is PointBase.
when i searched the netbeans IDE.. there it is given Derby database

I don't know how to use this databases and from where i can get the database!! In the source code i've seen
c.lookup("java.comp/env/jdbc/pointbase");
can i give like this
c.lookup("jdbc dbc:test") where test is the DSN for oracle

and also in makeConnection()
there is getPointBase().getConnection()

can i use like this
try
{Class.forName("sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver");
}
catch(ClassNotFoundException e)
{out.println(e);
}
String dbURL = "jdbc dbc:test";
Connection dbCon;
dbCon = DriverManager.getConnection(dbURL,"scott","tiger");

please help me ranchers..
and also.. help me.. how can i do a EJB application using oracle
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when i log in to this URL
http://localhost:4848
i can see under the page
Application Server > Resources > JDBC > Connection Pools
do i want to configure anything here.. in connection pools and JDBC Resources
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Help me ranchers!!

Let me also come like you
 
Mark Spritzler
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Sorry, this is a duplicate post for a thread in the JDBC forum. I will close this one and let answers be posted in that thread.

Please, try to refrain from duplicate posting. Thanks

Mark
 
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