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    Default regarding driver identification

    how i can identify the driver(type1,type2,type3,type4) after installing the oracle database
    please give me examples with 4 different drivers


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    Default Re: regarding driver identification

    Thread moved.

    Please clarify your question, and, No, we won't provide examples.

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    Default Re: regarding driver identification

    Quote Originally Posted by GregBrannon View Post
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    Please clarify your question, and, No, we won't provide examples.
    for example if we are type 4 driver then we writing drivertype as "thin" how we know this

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    for example if we are using type 4 driver then we writing drivertype as "thin" how we know this

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    Default Re: regarding driver identification

    According to Oracle JDBC Frequently Asked Questions there are only type 2 and type 4 drivers. Look through the other questions in the FAQ. You should be able to find what you need to know there.

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