Re: Cannot connect to one Oracle DB using JDBC

davis@xxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
The message I am getting looks like this

Driver: oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver
Connecting to

With Thin driver you connect directly to Oracle's
SQL listener. In this case tnsnames.ora is useless.
The connection string has to be ended with System
Identifier of your Oracle instance - not with service
name or service id. The Oracle SID is the unique name
of instance/database of your Oracle installation.


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