RE: Java connect problem

From: Michael Dinh <mdinh_at_XIFIN.Com>
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2010 21:45:41 -0700
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You can try using SQL Developer and connect using JDBC.  


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[] On Behalf Of Dennis Williams Sent: Thursday, April 15, 2010 5:36 PM
Subject: Java connect problem  


I'm trying to configure a JDBC connection to a database. Done this successfully many times. This database is built by our corporate team to their standards. I'm wondering if they've done something to reject JDBC connections. Does anyone have any suggestions? The database and client installation are I can connect through SQL*Net.  

Tried Sun's JDBCtest and got the error: Vendor code 17002  

Any ideas appreciated. See what happens when you get too old do DBA work - they make you configure Java apps.  

Dennis Williams

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