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faisal hameed wrote:yes i need it because i have to use it.
Fair enough. I only ask because many people posting in this form are not aware of the differences.
I'm afraid I don;t have an answer to your problem. Assuming the OCI dependencies are in your PATH this should work. Have you checked what java.library.path actually includes?
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Paul Sturrock wrote:[This is true, only if faisal is using a type 4 driver, which isn't the case.
Did not know this... Nice learning though. Thanks .
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I am using (java -server -classpath "lib/ts.jar:lib/ojdbc14.jar:lib/mail.jar:lib/activation.jar") this line in a file(Server.sh).
These jar files are in my lib folder and Server.sh and lib folder in same folder.
By executing Server.sh from terminal I am getting this exception.