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jdbc reply

Sarthak Kanungo

Joined: Sep 10, 2007
Posts: 13
how to do the jdbc connection mannually?
how to install the driver class(Type 4)?
it is required to set the class path? if yes , how?tell me step by step.
from where we can find driver classes?

if i donot use any IDE tools, then how the connection is established to the oracle 9i databse?
is it required to configure the oracle data base mannually?how?
tell me from top to bottom.
Jesper de Jong
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You only need to put the JDBC driver in the classpath for your application.

For the basics of how to use JDBC, see Sun's JDBC tutorial.

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