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Hi

I need to retrieve data from oracle table. So i have established the conection in a class(pck1.dbcon)
Connection dbcon = DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc racle ci:@orcl", "scott", "tiger");

When i try to retrieve data from a servlet which imports this package, it gives error saying dbcon cannot be resolved.

Please Explain ?

Thanks
Geetu
 
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So i have established the conection in a class(pck1.dbcon)
Connection dbcon = DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc racle ci:@orcl", "scott", "tiger");



you should have done this in a public (and static) method of the class.



ram.
 
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Not a servlet question.

Edited:
Its a crosspost. Same thread.
[ April 14, 2005: Message edited by: Adeel Ansari ]
 
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Hi

I didnt used OCI for connecting Oracle databse,but the probelom may comes lots of conditions...(userid,driver probelom,etc..,)

But i might suggest one possiblity of accessing Oracle databse,by using oracle thin driver(this is pure type-4 driver).

Try this option

cheers
vasu
 
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thanks everyone, specially ram
 
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Originally posted by ramprasad madathil:


ram.


Hi Ram..
Do u think that after Class.forName(".....");
DriverManager,gerConcetion(".....");


Will work fine ...then y to do all these gossip in esply in public staic mtd..

Let me know if it is not OK for u.. or if u have any comments...

Thx and Regards
G R Ganesh Gowtham
grgowtham_cse@yahoo.com
Capricornsys inc, Hyderabad
 
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