Let me Try johnsone Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. Are you are experiencing a similar issue? Thanks Siegfried This fragment of java code successfully connects from my windows 7 host to my oracle linux guest running the oracle database: Problem connecting to database. New Product Your technology certification is waiting. If the query works there, it will confirm you have access to that table.
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Connect to an Oracle Service Name (not Oracle SID)
Join them; it only takes a squirrel oracle thin I would think that you can get what you need by putting Instant Client on the system. If the query works there, it will confirm you have access to that table. Sign up using Email and Password.
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I’m running squirrel 3. Sign up with Fhin. The first thing to try is the SQL editor view in Squirrel. Your original connection string: These would be included for with the squirrel oracle thin client. As I recall, that was in the documentation somewhere.
Let me Try johnsone Those two are not the thih. Are you sure the listener is setup to use the fqdn?
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Sign up with Google. The one Siegfried is using is perfectly OK. The install of instant client is just unzipping the squirrel oracle thin. Service name identifies thij service within a database. New Product Your technology certification is waiting. Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the top.