you are trying a fat jdbc connection. I thought you created an oci application ...
How does the connect string look like ?
I don't remember having it tested or not, for me thin jdbc is most of the times fast enough.
Nothing happened when I changed the order of my classpath.
Here's what I'm trying to accomplish-I'm trying to evaulate the various 3rd party Interfaces to oracle -I'm looking for something on OSX which gives me the performance of Toad on windows. I'm finding JDBC connections to be too slow for my taste, so I'm trying to connect via OCI.
So far, I've looked at Aqua Data Studio, and a couple of other SQL tools from versiontracker.
I'm running Oracle10g on Red Hat Fedora Core 4. I got this error when I used /bea/weblogic81/common/bin/quickstart.sh to try to configure a WebLogic 8.1 server for Oracle. My .bash_profile looks like this:
if [ $LD_LIBRARY_PATH ]; then
# Set the classpath to include the JDBC driver
if [ $CLASSPATH ]; then
# end 2005-07-07 additions
however env | grep "PATH" doesn't list LD_LIBRARY_PATH, so evidently something's unset-ting it.
After entering LD_LIBRARY_PATH from the shell (Emacs: Alt-x shell), I tried it again, and it worked.
I'd previously started oracle:
and verified via a Java JDBC program that I could "select sysdate from dual".