0 Replies Latest reply on Apr 11, 2019 6:04 PM by IckyIckyChiMoon

    SQLcl - Unsupported verifier type


      I've been struggling to get SQLcl up and working.


      I've tried both the SQLcl that's included in the SQL-Dev download (v, and also a separate download of just SQLcl.

      I'm on Win-10 trying to connect to


      I get the following error from both installs:


      SQLcl: Release 19.1 Production on Thu Apr 11 11:07:57 2019


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      Username? (''?) user53@jdbc:oracle:thin:@ldap://oracleldapvip:389/cn=OracleContext,dc=co,dc=ihc,dc=com/edw

      Password? (**********?) **************

        USER          = user53

        URL           = jdbc:oracle:thin:@ldap://oracleldapvip:389/cn=OracleContext,dc=co,dc=ihc,dc=com/edw

        Error Message = unsupported verifier type

      Username? (RETRYING) ('user53/*********@jdbc:oracle:thin:@ldap://oracleldapvip:389/cn=OracleContext,dc=co,dc=ihc,dc=com/edw'?)




      The connection works from SQL-Developer, but I've had to use the bug-work-around of putting the following option in the sqldeveloper.conf file:

      "AddVMOption -Doracle.jdbc.thinLogonCapability=o3"


      I can't figure out how to use this option with SQLcl.


      I've also installed the most recent version of Java. Same error.


      If anyone had a suggestion, it would be appreciated.