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    Default NetBeans 6.8 + Oracle 9i

    Helo to everybody..

    I am using oracle 9i as a backend in a project ... so far i have developed the front end in java in netbeans 6.8. how would i use oracle in conjunction with netbeans 6.8..... i mean what is the procedure to do so.. and where can i find relevant informations regarding "how to".. pl z suggest. thnx:cool:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Douglas View Post
    Helo to everybody..

    I am using oracle 9i as a backend in a project ... so far i have developed the front end in java in netbeans 6.8. how would i use oracle in conjunction with netbeans 6.8..... i mean what is the procedure to do so.. and where can i find relevant informations regarding "how to".. pl z suggest. thnx:cool:
    Check you Oracle distribution; it should contain a .jar file that contains an impentation of the JDBC interfaces; put it on your classpath, read the API documentation of the JDBC framework (it's part of the core Java SE distribution) and you're up and running.

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    Jos

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