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I have Tomcat 4. I have classes12.jar in the common/lib directory. The following code in a Java Class that my servlet calls is:

There is a couple more lines following. However my error occurs in the getConnection call.
I changed the url, user and password to say above to protect the innocent.
This code runs fine through java itself, without Tomcat or Servlet. The Servlet call is

I get the UnsatisfiedLinkError
Full stacktrace.

Sorry for the length of that stacktrace
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Try changing oci8 in the db connection URI, to thin

So it should be:

I can't think of a good reason to be using the oci driver outside of an application server. The thin driver requires less system resources, but the flip side is perhaps a slight performance hit.

If you are *required* to use the OCI drivers, then you need to make sure that the driver can find the native libraries it needs, which might require a few more things installed on your box than just the 'thin' driver requires.

This might help:
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