I have problem with my conncetions list in Sql Developer 188.8.131.52 (version with no jre, I'm using jdk1.7). Everything was ok, before I closed sqldeveloper.exe proccess in task manager in windows 7. After that, when I run sql developer once again then all my connections was gone. In Log i have errors:
oracle.jdeveloper.db.DatabaseConnections: DatabaseConnections has no JNDI context so cannot list connections.
oracle.jdevimpl.db.adapter.DefaultContextWrapper: Failed to create naming Context for db connections at url: file:/C:/sqldirectory/system3.0.04.34/o.jdeveloper.db.connection.184.108.40.206.37.59.31/connections.xml
I noticed that when I'm trying export my connections to connections.xml or other file then file connections.xml is empty! Even after sql developer saying that export was succeful!
Also I can say that I've tried solutions from All connections are lost in SQL Developer 1.5
and I deleted folder AppData/Roaming/SqlDeveloper...
I have no idea what to do...
Edited by: 888104 on 2011-09-28 06:20
Edited by: 888104 on 2011-09-28 06:30
In your connections navigator is there any connections there?
If you create a new connection and actually connect to the DB with that connection, Close SQL Developer and reopen it is the connection still there?
What Operating system are you on?
My operating system is windows 7.
When I add some connection and after that close sql developer and open it's again then all my connections are gone, connections navigator is empty.
I tried to change sqldeveloper.conf and delete AppData/Roaming/Sql Developer/... from user's directory.
Maybe it's jdk7 fault?
As you can see from these earlier discussions on the forum, Java 7 is not certified but some have supposedly stayed with it: SQLDeveloper and JDK 1.7 SQL Developer 3.0 and Java SE 7?
I recommend using the latest available update in the jdk1.6.0 series instead. Normally deleting the AppData/.../SQL Developer/... folders and restarting SQL Developer fixes any problems, but perhaps this problem is some combination of Java 7 and product initialization without any migration.
Hope this helps,
SQL Developer Team