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Oracle RDB driver for Java

Bernard Sigmund Gustav
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hello.

i connect to my oracle driver using this

i downloaded ojdbc14.jar for this

but now i have to use oracle RDB and i want to ask how that is done?
do i have to download another jar for that?
and how is the connection string done?

thanks
Bernard Sigmund Gustav
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can someone help me with this please?
thanks
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Shuini,
Yes. You would need a different jar as it is a different product. Have you looked on Oracle's RDB site yet?


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Bernard Sigmund Gustav
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yep.
i downloaded a zip file which contained a readme and a pcsi file
i'm confused though
it said i still had to install a jdk something for vms.
normally,the connection string to connect to oracle would be


which i managed to do just fine with oracle 9i.
now,aside from that, i have to access oracle rdb though

how is that done with rdb?
[ March 29, 2006: Message edited by: Shuini Gustav ]
 
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