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Could one of these be the root of the issue?
More likely to be that you are now using the wrong version of the oracle jdbc jar file.
Post the name and version of the JDBC jar file that you think you are using.
Search the pc for ALL such files.
Examine the environment variables (e.g. PATH) to see if they reference jdbc jars other than the ojdbc6 jar you should be using.
I found the various JDBC JAR files and tried moving them around to see if running the program with different versions helped, it did not.
In the end I just wiped out the program, re-downloaded, and setup my connections again and now it's working. Thanks for the help.