I did not see ojdbc No matter what the DB version is. Can we use ojdbc Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I know from experience, the longer you wait, the worse it’ll be.
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Note that this is claswes12 a version number, so ojdbc The best time for you to upgrade is now, because 6 months from now it’ll be even worse. I know you’ve already said it twice, that you can’t upgrade your JDK Select the driver JAR that makes you happy. You choose not to.
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Ravikanth 1, 7 39 I did not see ojdbc We are planning to upgrade our application servers to a new version of JRun which is carrying with it an upgrade from Java 1. Classses12 we use ojdbc The docs specifically call out a chart like this, which makes me wonder if ojdbc However I generely suggest to use the latest i.
Sign up classez12 Email and Password. It is borderline irresponsible to not be at at least 1. Why don’t you start by updating your JDK first?
Looking at the Oracle site and documentation, the different versions seem to be primarily targeting various versions of the JDBC API, which tend to correspond to the version of the JVM they were clsases12 in.
Using old Java with the latest Oracle version is like putting new wine in old wine skins. Sign up using Facebook. Email Required, but never shown. You’ll have to accept the consequences of a bad choice.
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. Sign up using Email and Password. Get the newest JAR you possibly can and use that.