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hi i am new to weblogic and infact to j2ee.
i have made some simple prgs in jdbc...
i am thinking of starting with jdbc in weblogic , i have followed the steps given by bea .
but it is giving soome error like nullpointer exception when i am trying to connect oracle database in another system.
may be i am thinking it is due to the port no specification . how can i find out on which port is oracle database is running ...

thanks
 
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Typically databases listen on port 1433. if you are unser, you may want ot ask your DBA.
 
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1521 more common in my experience with oracle. or 1522, 1526, etc. Hopefully you have someone to ask.
 
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Originally posted by Andy Hahn:
Typically databases listen on port 1433. if you are unser, you may want ot ask your DBA.



That's default port for MS SQLServer as 1521 is the default port for oracle. Usually on production environment the DBA configures the DB to listen in a different port.
 
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