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From Paco Nathan <p...@symbiot.com>
Subject Re: [Fwd: RE: Date vs timestamp with Oracle]
Date Tue, 17 Aug 2004 20:11:48 GMT
hi thomas

gotcha.  my notes are concerning 9i through 10g, and some of those 
changes specifically came in around 9.2

FWIW, at this point our organization is back to working mostly with 
PostgreSQL instead of Oracle, so i won't claim to be any expert on the 
latter.

-paco


On 17 Aug 2004, at 14:22, Thomas Fischer wrote:

> Just to clarify things : there is no ojdbc14.jar shipped with oracle 
> 9.0.
> As there are circumstances where one has to use the driver which comes 
> with
> the database installation (e.g. if one has to use oci connections), one
> really does not have the choice between classes12.jar and ojdbc14.jar 
> for
> oracle9.0
> Also, oracle says in the 9.0 docs that the classes12.jar works for
> jdk1.2.x, 1.3.x and 1.4
>
>    Thomas
>
> Paco Nathan <paco@symbiot.com> schrieb am 17.08.2004 19:03:57:
>
>>  From what I understand,
>>
>> $ORACLE_HOME/jdbc/lib/classes12.jar is for JDK 1.3 and earlier
>> $ORACLE_HOME/jdbc/lib/ojdbc14.jar is required for JDK 1.4
>>
>> We've found that you can get by with the classes12.jar on Oracle 9i
>> (this was on Gentoo and RedHat) even with JDK 1.4, but in the move up
>> to Oracle 10g it seems more crucial.
>>
>> Also there were some docs by Oracle (still trying to find it) where
>> they suggested using "oracle.jdbc.OracleDriver" instead of
>> "oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver" as of the move to 10g.  During 
>> tests,
>> we found instances in our code where that appears to make a important
>> different -- but that was fairly esoteric code, such as proxy users.
>>
>> paco
>>
>>
>> On 17 Aug 2004, at 07:10, Saravana Krishnan Kannan wrote:
>>
>>> There is definitely more than just a name change between class12.jar
>>> and ojdbc14.jar. I think the former follows JDBC 1.2 spec and the
>>> latter follows JDBC 1.4 spec. I'm not sure what exactly the changes
>>> are but I remember reading something in Oracle.com that said there 
>>> was
>>> a difference.
>>>
>>> -Sarav
>>
>
>
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