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using JDBC-OCI from JSP, authenticating using RSA

From: rahul sharma <>
Date: Wed, 05 Nov 2003 20:04:25 -0800
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Dear all, a few days ago i posted a query regarding the JDBC-THIN driver using RSA authentication,
a the RSA uses sql*net paramters, and the jdbc-thin would directly connect to the db using listener,
it was not possible to use RSA.

now we plan to change the setup to use JDBC-OCI driver to connect to oracle, as i understand JSP pages
will be executing on the app server, which in turn would connect to the db server.

as we will not be using an applet , no dirvers wil be downloaded to the client, all connectivity will be from the middle tier where the JSP pages are executed.

Am i correct in assuming the above ? if anyone on this list has experience using jdbc-oci, please help me on this


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