EJP wrote:It is not required that the JDBC version and the server version be the same. Indeed best practice is to use the most recent version of JDBC that supports the database. Typically that means a difference of no more than 2 in the major version numbers, though the exact support matrix is a bit more complicated. A difference of 1 is sure to be supported.- Oracle DBMS version 10.2.0.4.0 (64 bit)I'm no Oracle expert but this looks like a version mismatch to me.
- ojdbc version 184.108.40.206.0