I don't think that's relevant. What you should be looking for is compatibility with a specific release of Java and the availability of a JDBC driver for that version of Java. In this case Java 5 + an OJDBC5 driver should be enough.
I wouldn't bet on getting any hard information for such an outdated product though. If there is documentation, Google should be able to find it.
PS: don't crosspost. You're wasting people's time when you start the same conversation in two places, for all we know the answer was already given in the other thread and we're just wasting time trying to answer anyway.