In oracle, generally speaking, there are number of facts that I will mention in following section: Each database can have many Schema/User (Logical division). Each database can have many tablespaces (Logical division). A schema is the set of objects (tables, indexes, views, etc) that belong to a user. In Oracle, a user can be considered … Read more
Use the Oracle 10g dialect. Also Hibernate 3.3.2+ is required for recent JDBC drivers (the internal class structure changed – symptoms will be whining about an abstract class). Dialect of Oracle 11g is same as Oracle 10g (org.hibernate.dialect.Oracle10gDialect). Source: http://docs.jboss.org/hibernate/orm/3.6/reference/en-US/html/session-configuration.html#configuration-optional-dialects
You can think of a MySQL “database” as a schema/user in Oracle. If you have the privileges, you can query the DBA_USERS view to see the list of schemas:
For example, The query is : SELECT CAST(SYSTIMESTAMP AS DATE) FROM dual;
I am new to Oracle, and am trying to run a simple example code with Java, but am getting this error when executing the code.. I am able to start up the listener via CMD and am also able to run SQL Plus. Can anyone give me a hand and tell me what I might … Read more
I am answering this for the benefit of future community users. There were multiple issues. If you encounter this problem, I suggest you look for the following: Make sure your tnsnames.ora is complete and has the databases you wish to connect to Make sure you can tnsping the server you wish to connect to On … Read more
Well, Just worked it out. While having both installations we have two ORACLE_HOME directories and both have SQAORA32.dll files. While looking up for ORACLE_HOMe my app was getting confused..I just removed the Client oracle home entry as oracle client is by default present in oracle DB Now its working…Thanks!!
The solution to this question is to increase the number of processes : As Tried and tested.
to_date() returns a date at 00:00:00, so you need to “remove” the minutes from the date you are comparing to: You probably want to create an index on trunc(es_date) if that is something you are doing on a regular basis. The literal ’27-APR-12′ can fail very easily if the default date format is changed to anything different. So make sure … Read more
Ok, well, since you didn’t show any code, I’ll make a few assumptions here. Based on the ORA-1461 error, it seems that you’ve specified a LONG datatype in a select statement? And you’re trying to bind it to an output variable? Is that right? The error is pretty straight forward. You can only bind a … Read more