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what to set for classpath,JAVA_HOME, ORACLE_HOME?? ( jdk1.6,oracle 10g database)
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Hi Kumar,

you should include the location and name of your Oracle JDBC driver jar to the classpath.

http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/essential/environment/paths.html

Typically JAVA_HOME requires no changes. Come back if you think you have issues with it.

ORACLE_HOME is set by your Oracle software installer. If you use Oracle's thin driver, this variable is not required.

Regards, Jan
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