Chapter 11, “SSL Support”. Sign up using Facebook. Or is there a way to get the thin driver to read this file as well. Direct binding is fast and batching is fine. For that you need to set the driver know where to find the file by setting the property “oracle. It’s great when you provide simple tests to debunk misinformation. Closing the default connection might throw an exception in future releases of Oracle.

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Our web application uses Servlets and JSPs we do not use appletswhich are housed in a Tomcat engine.

But still it’s a call Thanks, Vivek. LordOfThePigs Yes you can use tnsnames. It’s great when you provide simple tests to debunk misinformation. As you can see, I’m not an expert at this, I’m just a developper that is super-annoyed at having to keep the Oracle client and drivers in sync all the time. They are different pieces of code and you may find some behaviour between the two to be different.

JDBC thin dirver vs OCI driver

Your Attention please Mr. Could please share some more info on OCI. Stream binding is slower, may require multiple round trips, and turns batching off.

Table lists the features and the versions in which they were first supported for each coi the three Oracle JDBC drivers: It will require the installation of the Oracle8 client on the machine with the tomcat engine. When any one of our nodes experiences high CPU consumption, It appears as if Websphere routes most of the connections to this node causing the CPU to max out.


Server-side Thin driver It is functionally similar to the client-side Thin driver. I think this discussion hhin still relevant to the scope of this question.

Oracle JDBC Driver and URL Information

ocii However, the JDBC server-side Thin driven runs inside the Oracle Database and accesses a remote database or a different session on the same database. Retrieved from ” http: All the JDBC drivers support the following standards and features: Pretty much the same but I log the timings to a database table so we can use SQL to analyze the results and parameterized it so we can use it over and over without recompiling each time: Sorry to bother you so much.

Thin driver It is a pure Java driver used on the client side, without an Oracle client installation. August 03, – 5: The server-side Thih driver and server-side internal driver support JDK 1. I would figure my “Parse” and “Execute” counts to be the same as the PreparedStatement version. The JDBC server-side internal driver operates within a default session and default transaction context.


I also believe that’s the case, but I would need an official source to prove it, and I can’t seem to find any. This feature enables routing of work requests to a database instance that offers the best performance, minimizing the need to relocate work.

This section compares and contrasts the basic functionality of JDBC applications and applets. Just in case anyone doesn’t get the point yet.

OCI Versus Thin Drivers – Java Programming with Oracle JDBC [Book]

Therefore, an applet can connect only to databases on the originating computer. JDBC is a Java standard that jdbbc the interface for connecting from Java to relational databases. But it seems that they don’t like the thin driver due to fhin the failover configuration has to be done into the JDBC URL rather than through tnsnames. All the JDBC drivers support the following standards and features:.

This contains some useful info: Now we are planing to upgrade to oracle 10g.

That is, the code runs and accesses data from a single Oracle session. Anyway, I had a lot of great responses and questions.