Have you put the JDBC driver in /server/default/lib? (Assuming that you are running the default config)
I haven't used OCI in a while, so this may be wrong, but if I remember correctly, you need to add the directory that contains whatever.dll to your path.
I'm guessing you'll find a ocijdbc9.dll somewhere on your machine.
As you can see, he already has the necessary Oracle Java classes in his classpath:
Yes I have oracle jdbc drivers (ojdbc14_g.jar) in server/all/lib folder. If I use thin driver everything is fine, but I want to use OCI drivers. I added path ($ORACLE_HOME/lib) where ocijdbc9.so file in LD_LIBRARY_PATH. I wanted to find out what are configuration is required to get OCI drivers wok for datasource.
Is it still not working?
no I am not able to get OCI drviers working on linux box. Winxp box is working fine with ouy any issues.
I think there is some extra configuration required on linux box. If any body using Oracle OCI drivers for datasource on linux (redhat 9.0), post the config details.
Well, native stuff for Linux is going to include a .so or somesuch thing on the box. You'll need to add its directory to your PATH.
Windows native uses a .dll, Linux native uses a .so. There's gotta be some docs on the Oracle site on how to do it right.
First thing I would check is:
Then check spellings/case/authorities/etc.
Taking you literally (assuming you are a windows head :-) ...
I would then consider whether basic VM config and Unix scripting is relevent to this forum.
It is certainly better placed in the Oracle/Linux forums.