Ask Oracle. It is one Oracle class trying to reference another Oracle class.
Savepoint is part of the jdbc3 api, which was only included in j2se in java 1.4
Thanks for this very short and precise answer. I'm just wondering how you define with version of JDBC to use. If I look at myserver/deploy/jms, I see a file in which u specify the jdbc version to use hsqldb-jdbc2-service.xml. Is there any way to do so with Oracle ?Thanks for your support
You cannot, either the classes are available or they are not.
jbossmq's jdbc2 has nothing to do with the jdbc spec version.
It is the second implementation of a jdbc persistence manager.
In 3.2.4 there is a jdbc3 (again unrelated to the jdbc spec version).