Where does the output go? Oracle recommends to use the JDBC thin driver which is what most customers use. And the extra clarifications can probably be added to your answer later on. So, if your code is running in a Java Stored Procedure and you want to access the database, use the Server Internal Driver, except on those rare occasions when you should use the Server Thin Driver. April 11, – Post Your Answer Discard By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Yes, you can but you have to make sure that the position and length arguments are correct.

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This is the correct behavior.

Typically all that is required is to replace oracle. Because they use native methods, they are platform specific.

So long as those objects are open the associated resources are allocated. To control which fields are printed you can set the property oracle. Your input on this is highly appreciated. See the section on java. See your Java Virtual Machine vendors documentation for the effects that very large objects have on the Java memory management system. Otherwise the change should be transparent. Now my questions are: Where can I learn more about Java? Better Manageability, Ease of use: If you have already done this, check that the installation did actually complete properly, and if necessary, remove and reinstall.

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All glb files and the 15 class files are distributed in. You should use the types in the package oracle. I wish our DBAs would hear you out. What do you recommend for a average OLTP system, is it still ‘old rule’ use oci as it’s native or is thin so much improved now? There is no reliable universal URL format, it must be kdbc according to the server configuration.

Thin vs OCI driver : your feelings ! (JDBC and Relational Databases forum at Coderanch)

If the database was installed with Java support, these two drivers are already installed and available. Microsoft Windows [Version 5. As of release Rowid which is fully compatible with oracle.

The tutorial, while informative and helpful, is not definitive. You should use the new Universal Connection Pool. As the REF class is not serializable?

This ofi acceptable programming practice. Tom, I have notified one of our development teams of your problem. Help is on the way February 16, – 4: They support both SQL: The application sessions can migrate internally to any underlying available physical connection.

December 05, – 5: You should not use it at all. Is that still true? What are the sizes for the setString. In fact anonymous array types are not supported.