By jhpierce -Oracle on May 16, 2016
|401934.1||Starting With Oracle JDBC Drivers
This FAQ provides practical information when starting with Oracle JDBC drivers. A description of the Oracle JDBC drivers is provided so that you can choose which Oracle JDBC driver can be used with your Java application.
|1361107.1|| Troubleshooting ORA-3137  Errors Encountered When Using Oracle JDBC Driver
Oracle Customer Support has observed a large volume of issues reported by customers experiencing ORA-3137  and occasionally ORA-3137  errors when connecting to an Oracle RDBMS using the Oracle JDBC driver. This document enumerates troubleshooting approaches that have proven successful.
to Perform the Equivalent of SQL*Net Client Tracing with Oracle JDBC
The Oracle JDBC thin driver uses a java based implementation of the SQLNET protocol (JavaNet layer).
|1050942.1||How to Trace the Network Packets Exchanged Between JDBC and the RDBMS in Release 11.2
Note discusses how to trace what is sent and received between the Oracle JDBC Driver release 11.2 and Oracle database.
|755605.1||Error "ORA-28040: No matching authentication protocol" When Using SQLNET.ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION
A 10.2 thin jdbc driver is identifying itself as 8.1.5 client and hence the connection is failing with error ORA-28040: No matching authentication protocol
|467804.1||How To Determine The Exact JDBC Driver Version For Standalone Programs Retrieve diagnostic information about your JDBC/JDK environment that is especially useful for Support Analysts.
Includes: database version, JDBC driver version, JDK version, PATH, BOOTSTRAP, list of jars in the JRE extensions directory, CLASSPATH and JDBC URL.
|1555793.1||DBC Connections Using SCAN Fail With ORA-12516/ORA-12520
ORA-12520: TNS:listener could not find available handler for requested type of server
ORA-12516: TNS : listener could not find instance with matching protocol stack
|467808.1||Standard JDBC diagnostics for Application Servers
Retrieve diagnostic information about your JDBC/JDK environment used within a Java Enterprise container that is especially useful for Support Analysts. Includes: database version, JDBC driver version, JDK version, PATH, BOOTSTRAP, JRE Extensions directory, CLASSPATH and JDBC URL and debug flags information. ( Application Server specific)
|334471.1||Understanding Transparent Application Failover (TAF) and Fast Connection Failover (FCF) This note is intended to give explanation on two RAC concepts, Transparent Application Failover (TAF) and Fast Connection Failover (FCF).|
|1641167.1||Understanding Inactive Sessions From JDBC Connection Pool Inactive/stale connections are noticed when using JDBC connection pools. Why do they get generated, and how to identify and control them?