I am getting java. Thank you very much I am using JdbcTemplate class and I believe I have ojdbc6. DBUtility for closing connections. Unknown March 12, at 9: Hay man both jar files I have added. They include more debugging information, useful while troubleshooting.
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Find the duplicate idea: Unknown August 27, at 9: Provide a reason for quarantining this blog entry optional: This may be true BUT the original ClassNotFound exception still points to a classpath problem and I suspect this should be addressed first.
When you connect to Oracle database from Java programyour program loads the implementation of Driver interface provided by the database vendor using java.lang.classnotfoundexceptuon.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Any suggestions for that? I’m using eclipse galileo The following are common connection errors. Errors resolving the SID or service name The following are common connection errors.
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Work with your DBA to obtain the correct connection parameters. OracleDriver Just add the ojdbc I am using JdbcTemplate class and I believe I have ojdbc6.
General Guide to solve java. No suitable driver in DB2 7. In that i created a new database connection selecting Oracle Mavrick 1 4 Added that also but not getting the solution.
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Javin Paul December 10, at 4: Username, password, driver string, hostname, and port. Again difference between then is just additional debug information. If you already have this JAR then include this in your classpath, for example java.lang.classnofoundexception you are running core Java application using main method then just make sure that you use a custom classpath specified by -cp or -classpath parameter to java command and location of this JAR there.
Exception in thread “main” java. This worked for me!!
Where is the code? If your Java program is connecting to Oracle 10g database and running on Java 1.
In case of Oracle the driver implementation is oracle. Work with the DBA to obtain the correct name.
That will give you good idea about where to look for when classpath issues surfaces. If you don’t have ojdbc6. Duke December 9, at Anonymous June 9, at 7: This line causes ClassNotFoundExceptionbecause you haven’t placed ojdbc Finally Restart your server then it would be execute.