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problem connecting tomcat with oracle

 
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Hey guys,

i would really appreciate some help on this..

i installed ubuntu server in remote n then tomcat6..i deployed my war using tomcat manager..

n placed classes12.jar n ojdbc14.jar in

/var/lib/tomcat6/common/classes

and created an xml file called age_rep.xml (age_rep is my appl folder name).my Age_rep.xml looks like this :






i then modified web.xml file in

/var/lib/tomcat6/webapps/age_rep/WEB-INF (age_rep is my appl folder).web.xml looks like




and then i have included the below line in my code



but still its not getting corrected..
I followed the same procedure(except placed the jar files in tomcats/lib) in windows and that works fine..please help


 
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Please KeepItDown.
 
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n placed classes12.jar n ojdbc14.jar in
/var/lib/tomcat6/common/classes


place it in $CATALINA_HOME/lib and try. Also, please compare it with an example oracle configuration at Apache tomcat

 
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