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java manual connectivity to oracle

Former Member
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Hi All,

We have oracle client installed on a host.

Oracle database is on a remote host.

I wanted to know if there is a command line option of connecting using java as below.

java -classpath <driver path>/ojdbc6.jar:. JdbcCheckup

This is a question for client oracle version 12.

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JamesZ
Advisor
Advisor
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Hi ,

Sap usually uses java configtool to test java db connection.
If you are writing your own JAVA code, then you have to set up the db connection in your java code.

Best regards,
James

Former Member
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Hi James,

I am aware about the configtool, but its not AS JAVA.

Thanks,

Ambarish

fidel_vales
Employee
Employee
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Hi,


p517710 sap basis wrote:

Hi James,

I am aware about the configtool, but its not AS JAVA.

Thanks,

Ambarish

If it is not AS JAVA then you are trying to access an SAP DB with not SAP tools which is not allowed.

If it is a program you created, then you have to setup the DB connection on the program

If it is a 3rd party tool, then the tool has to have some kind of instructions to tell you how to connect

Former Member
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Hi Fidel,

Thanks for your response.

This is BOE plus crystal reports.
Its quite normal in the case of crystal reports to access remote databases.

My case is oracle.

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