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4. 4. jar: Contains additional support for Rowset. txt: Contains late-breaking and release-specific information about the drivers that might not be in this manual. 4. These are only required if you will be using JTA features for distributed transaction management or JNDI features for naming services. ) Check that all these directories have been created and populated. 2-2 Oracle Database JDBC Developer's Guide and Reference Verifying a JDBC Client Installation Check the Environment Variables This section describes the environment variables that must be set for the JDBC OCI driver and the JDBC Thin driver, focusing on the Sun Microsystems Solaris and Microsoft Windows platforms.

1. 1. jar are not included in this release. jar. jar to your CLASSPATH. See Chapter 12, "Globalization Support". jar. setTraceEnable() is supported and must be called to turn on tracing. setLogWriter() is not supported. No other OracleLog() methods are supported. logging. ■ NLS_LANG dependency removal. The NLS_LANG variable is now completely desupported in JDBC; setting NLS_LANG now has no effect. defineColumnType() has changed; see "Defining Column Types" on page 22-17. Handling of international character sets has changed.

For code that runs in an Oracle server acting as a middle tier, use the server-side Thin driver. If your code will run inside the target Oracle server, then use the JDBC server-side internal driver to access that server. ) Overview of Application and Applet Functionality This section compares and contrasts the basic functionality of JDBC applications and applets, and introduces Oracle extensions that can be used by application and applet programmers. Applet Basics You can use only the Oracle JDBC Thin driver for an applet.

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