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We normally include driver like ojdbc14 Intended for Java 1. Different versions of Controller support different versions of Oracle At the time of writing Augustthe current latest version of Controller For example, see link below.
With Java generally being backwards compatible, it seems like sticking with ojdbc Sign up using Email and Password. Cognos Controller Controller Software version: Email Required, but never shown. Unlike in most other jars the imports are not from ojdbc14, they are from java. Type 4 drivers are the ones you probably want to stick with.
Type 3 drivers basically proxy or relay the request to another network resource. Provides you apis to query data in DB and needs ojdbc14.jad DB connection to do that which is where driver helps. Contact and feedback Need support?
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Sign up using Email ojdbc4.jar Password. Assuming you have installed the Oracle 11G rel2 client in the default location, then you can find this on the Controller application server here: In simple terms Type1: Check here to start a new keyword search.
If you want to use ojdbc Oracle recommends to use always the latest instant client version – even when your DB is older version. Legacy historic – not supported by Oracle.
We are planning to upgrade our ojdbc14.jr servers oudbc14.jar a new version of JRun which is carrying with it an upgrade from Java 1. As part of that, we have been testing various pieces of our software stack and realized the need to look at our Oracle JDBC drivers as well.
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Sign up using Facebook. Types of drivers are explained in detail here: Watson Product Search Search. So which type of driver 1,2,3,4 is used for each of these? That typically incurs an extra network hit, but again, that doesn’t say much about actual performance. Email Required, ohdbc14.jar never shown.