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Starting Oracle services through java

 
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To start oracle services, we need to manually start them through services.msc in windows. Can anyone suggest a way to start them through the application before opting for the normal jdbcdbc connection.
 
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Amol,
If there is a Microsoft C++ API for starting services, I suggest using JNI or alternatively the "java.lang.Runtime" class.

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How to use java.lang.Runtime in this case?
 
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From the command line it would be :

Just call that from a ProcessBuilder or using Runtime.exec().
 
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Amol,
You asked:


How to use java.lang.Runtime


http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-12-2000/jw-1229-traps.html

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u can use following code to connect oracle from jsp[java]....

 
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Thanks to all for their valuable response.
 
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Mehul,
In case you are unaware, "oracle.jdbc.driver" package has been deprecated for almost two and a half years now:

http://forums.oracle.com/forums/ann.jspa?annID=201

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