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Jeff Grant
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Joined: Dec 19, 2001
Posts: 169
Connection con = DriverManager.getConnection(url,"user","password");
My computer name is laptop running the Oracle 8i Database on Port 1521. My Database name is "POS".
For url, I tried...
url = "jdbc racle:@POS:1521:POS";
url = "jdbc racle:@POS.domain:1521:POS";
url = "jdbc racle:@POS.domain:1521:POS.domain";
url = "jdbc racle:@POS:1521:POS.domain";
I do have the Listener running. My SID is set to POS and my global db name is POS.domain.
How can I check to ensure that I am right using Oracle 8i under Windows 2k? I am almost positive that I am correct though from when I setup the database to begin with.
This is running off of my local machine right now, but when I am done writing the program, it will be used from other machines off of one server.
Am I correct in the assumption that the Catch function is called if the database connection is not established? Becuase, right now, it is being executed.
[This message has been edited by Jeff Grant (edited December 20, 2001).]
simon wang

Joined: Dec 20, 2001
Posts: 1
how about your ServiceName?

Jeff Grant
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Joined: Dec 19, 2001
Posts: 169
Originally posted by simon wang:
how about your ServiceName?

Sorry, but what is that? I am running Oracle 8i under Windows 2k... I am not sure what you mean by a service name.
Arun Vethadas .T
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Joined: Dec 13, 2001
Posts: 36
url="jdbc dbc:servicename"

"jdbc dbc ra7"
"jdbc bdc:world"
servicename is in ur sql plus or oracle login form.
"......." this ur service name.
try. all the best.
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