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What is "the" solution you tried? Copying the client's jars? Please provide details.
Yes, copying the jar files from the 10g client.
Install 10.2.0.3 patchset. It will be fine. i had the same problem, i had to install 10.2.0.3 patchset on client installation. After that it was fine.
Or you may want to copy the jdbc jar fies from SQL Developer to oracle client install directories....
Had similar issues. Got it resolved by making sure ojdbc14.jar & ojdbc14dms.jar are present in Oracle Client JDBC/lib directory.
Basically ojdbc14.jar file was missing which resulted in error.
I found this thread from googling and am having the same problem for four days now...
For those who can get SQL Developer to work, could you please detail what properties you have in your installation? Could you please describe what we are supposed to see in the SQL Developer Properties tab? I found this tab in Help>About>Properties but have no idea where SQL Developer picks up those attributes. And it does not seem we can change any of them within SQL Developer. How frustrating!
Even more frustrating is that I am able to access the database I want to connect to with SQL Plus (right click on the connect node in SQL Developer)...
I had the same problem as well. When I read this thread, I found the solution. Here's what you gotta do, if you have Oracle 9i and 10g clients installed. Copy the jar files from the sqldeveloper\jdbc\lib directory into the jdbc\lib directory of both clients. That worked for me.
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You can also get this error if you are running SQL Developer on the same machine as Oracle. The $ORACLE_HOME/jdbc directory is owned by oracle.oinstall with only owner level read and write permissions. Instead of having to 'switch user' to launch SQL Developer, I added my user to the oinstall group and chmoded $ORACLE_HOME/jdbc to give group level read and write access.
I have the same error and actually I have the client and the server on the same computer. How do I do that: add the user to oracle.oinstall and the other thing with the $ORACLE_HOME??
Are you on Linux? What sqldev version?