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Srinivas Rallapalli
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Joined: May 20, 2003
Posts: 18
Hello all,
Please send me a program to use the jdbc dbc bridge using oracle8i database. I am new to this, i am trying this since new week, but i am failes to do that. please send an appropriate program to connect to the database using the jdbc dbc bridge.
thanks,
regards,
srini.
Joe Ess
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Did you set up an ODBC connection to your database? Oracle provides 4 different JDBC drivers to connect directly to an Oracle database. Maybe you should look into one of them. There's tons of source and documentation at the Oracle Technology Network


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Jamie Robertson
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Joined: Jul 09, 2001
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Oracle is one of the best documented technologies out there. Do a search on google to find many helpful resources. Some other links that may help you get started:

Oracle9i JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference - the most complete and detailed java --> oracle JDBC reference I've seen to date
Basic JDBC Samples
Advanced JDBC Samples
JDBC How-To Documents
 
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