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Java EE Programming - JDBC Driver Install

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This tutorial covers how to download and install the Oracle JDBC Driver. The instructions are at http://bhecker.com/readme.txt After you download and copy the driver into the correct directory you can instantly test the connection using the test program located at http://www.bhecker.com/JdbcTestOracle.java. The install is done using Oracle 10g but this will also work with 11g. Java EE, JDK 1.7 is also used although the driver is for 1.6. As of the making of this video they do not have one for 1.7 yet. The most current driver works just fine.
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shad hasan (3 years ago)
Exactly what i am looking? Thanks
HUU THINH NGUYEN (3 years ago)
Where can i download JdbcTestOracle.java  and another files?
Ishaq Khan (4 years ago)
i trying to find jdbcOdbcDriver but tired to found it. now i am here ..:) thank you u my techer <3 <3 <3 <3 <3
Diya Burman (4 years ago)
Hey there Barbara! This was really helpful, thank you so much! P.S. the link to your test program isn't working ...renew it :)
Jaehuhn Park (4 years ago)
Thank you very much. I solved my problem with this video. I thank God for my finding this. 
ravi kirshna (4 years ago)
excellent thank u mam
Ascaron50 (5 years ago)
omg you are not a crazy indian , thank you :D
Randjith Kumar (5 years ago)
I have followed the procedures in your tutorial. But I am getting an issue java.lang.ClassNotFoundExcepti­on: oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDrive­r This is my config I am using jdk/jre recent version of java 1.7 my host system contains the jdeveloper running java 1.7 and in the vmware (XP with java 1.7), I configured the oracle database 11g. now i can access the DB through SQL developer in host.
Randjith Kumar (5 years ago)
Thanks mam, But when i try to connect the database through Java (Front-End) via JDeveloper I am getting the following exception java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver
Rajesh Adepu (5 years ago)
Madam.. I have a problem that.. am using windows 8 64bit sytem.. but i got cd of oracle 10g 32bit sytem.. i installed that but when iam running jdbc programs in eclipse then it giving so many errors exceptions so..what should i do... and what type of odbc and jdbc should i download please tellme madam.. to [email protected]
cristianseo (5 years ago)
Thank you very much! :D
Barbara Hecker (5 years ago)
That error generally means that you don't have the JDBC .jar file copied into a directory that is in your classpath. I would put it in java/bin, that is where your javac.exe and java.exe files are located.
The Achilles2013 (5 years ago)
i am getting an error java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver i have followed all the steps as you had asked for. i have 64 bit system and i am using oracle 10g
Moussa Diop (6 years ago)
IFrameRodger (6 years ago)
Thanks for this. Great help, although the link to the example java file doesnt seem to work
Chintan Trivedi (6 years ago)
Jay Patel (6 years ago)
Thanks A Lot i was struck with class not found error ur video solved my prob
Basma Ahmed (6 years ago)
what was the prev. video ... i dono how to install oracle...
Dracontis (6 years ago)
Thank you. It took me 4 hours of googleing with zero result, and 5 minutes of youtubing to get to this video and understand how to set up driver.
ch09106 (6 years ago)
thanks a lot.......one of the best tut on jdbc i have seen ever.......thanks a lot dear.....
Garrett Drummond (7 years ago)
Great Job, i checked a lot of boards and tutorials trying to find where to put the .jar file and this is the first one that actually fixed the issues, I now have DB connection, cant thank you enough.

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