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Connecting to an ORACLE DB from an IPlanet Instance.

Connecting to an ORACLE DB from an IPlanet Instance.

Connecting to an ORACLE DB from an IPlanet Instance.

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Hello

Quick Question As of right now I have an application that runs on a weblogic server and uses JSP to connect to an Oracle 8.1.6 DB.  However I'm wanting to move from the Weblogic server over to an Iplanet Server.

Right now, My code to connect looks like this on the weblogic server.


Class.forName("weblogic.jdbc.oci.Driver").netInstance();
Properties props = new java.util.Properties();
props.put("user","XXXXXXXX");
props.put("password","XXXXXXXX");
props.put("server","XXXXXXX");
Connection con = DriverManager.getConnection("jdbc:weblogic:oracle",props);


However this will not work on the IPlanet server.  

dos anyone have any ides, on what I can put on the Iplanet code to get it to work.

Thanks,

Curt

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