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From Abdul Azeem Khan <>
Subject RE: Oracle DB Connection
Date Mon, 06 Mar 2006 16:24:18 GMT
  thanx for ur help.
  i did exactly as u told..i have copied the jar files.also wrote
  Driver class: oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver
  but i cannot understand how to write
  Database url: jdbc:oracle:thin:@<server>[:<port>]:<database_name>
  i know my db name but how am i suppose to know the server/port part.
  can u explain with an example
  plzz help me here because i need to know this urgent as deadline of my project is fast approaching.

Jukka Uusisalo <> wrote:  

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Abdul Azeem Khan []
> Sent: 5. maaliskuuta 2006 23:22
> To: JMeter JMeter
> Subject: Oracle DB Connection
> hello,
>   i checked archives but havent found how to setup an oracle 
> db connection or from where to find oracle driver..please 
> help me beacuse i need to know this urgently.
>   help in this regard will greatly be appriciated
>   thanx
>   Azeem


Put oracle jdbc driver jar-file to your jmeter lib/ext directory. 
If you haven't driver jar-file, look oracle server jdbc/lib directory.
If you do not know which jar-file you need, read jdbc/Readme.txt file.

After you have driver jar lib/ext directory, (re)start jmeter and 
create jdbc connection configuration element under thread group. 
Setup your connection as
Database url: jdbc:oracle:thin:@[:
Driver class: oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver
User name: 

and under same thread group create your JDBC request sampler.

That way it goes with Oracle 9.2 and jmeter 2.1.1 at least my 
own box.

- Jukka -

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