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Subject RE: Is There a Howto - Again
Date Tue, 07 Feb 2006 15:27:55 GMT

For the Oracle part, I can give you a brief coverage of what to expect ( based only upon what
I have experienced ).  You'll have to install it, I put it on the same machine as tomcat.
 Then you have to set up listeners on the Oracle instance; these are just the little servers
that listen for remote connections -- such as will be made by your tomcat apps.

Then you'll have options about how to connect.  You can configure Oracle as Data Source in
the Tomcat environment ( done in config files ); or you can connect directly to the oracle
listener via JDBC in your java code.  I'm afraid there's lots of choices.  Seems like you
will even have choices of drivers to install for both tomcat and oracle; there are different
drivers for differing methods of communication between your tomcat apps and the oracle instance.
 JDBC thin client is probably the easiest of these.      

 --- On Tue 02/07, Eugene Poole < > wrote:
From: Eugene Poole [mailto:]
Date: Tue, 07 Feb 2006 09:02:08 -0500
Subject: Is There a Howto - Again

What I should have asked was:    "Where can I find a 'HowTo' or a tutorial on HTTP 2.0.53
+ Tomcat 5.0.28 + Oracle 10g R2 + Fedora Core 4?"Gene---------------------------------------------------------------------To
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