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Hello,

Can anyone help me configure oracle jdbc classes on sun RI.
I have created new driver entry and jndi entry. but not able to decide on how to provide username and password

Thanks
 
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Chetan,

I'm moving this thread to the JDBC forum as the SCBCD exam does not deal with JDBC and Oracle issues. Please continue this discussion there. Thank you
 
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Chetan,
What is "sun RI" ?
 
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Jeanne,
I'm guessing that "RI" means "Reference Implementation". SUN usually have a "RI" for most of the java products. For example, Tomcat is the RI for the servlet specification. Hence "sun RI" could mean a lot of things. I'm guessing (again) that Chetan is referring to some kind of application server.

Chetan,
So how about it? Care to provide some more details?

Good Luck,
Avi.
 
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Reference Implementation for app server (Sun RI). Rightly guessed by most
I am trying to deploy entity beans of RI. but I need to use Oracle as backend.
 
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"Reference Implementation" makes sense. I couldn't get past "Remote Interface" in my mind to think of another acronym.

Chetan, I'm going to move this to our Sun One App Server forum since it is a configuration issue.
 
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