Oracle Jdbc Driver For Mac Os X

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Oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver (thin) oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver (oci) com.sybase.jdbc2.jdbc.SybDriver. Native drivers are always suggested to be used from reliability point of view, as its provided by the Database vendors themselves, but some of the Data Direct Drivers also can be beneficial as they will have some.

Oracle Database JDBC Driver & UCP Downloads

Zipped JDBC Driver and Companion JARs


Release Notes

(9,348,239 bytes) - (SHA1 Checksum: 62ab3746ae6d6d5787fa2773ccc2c58f040f00a2)

The TAR archive contains the latest JDBC Thin driver (ojdbc7.jar and ojdbc6.jar), Universal Connection Pool (ucp.jar), other companion jars, and README that has more information about the contents of the tar file.


Unzipped JDBC Driver and Companion JARs

The JARs included in the ojdbc-full.tar.gz are also available as individual downloads in this section.


Release Notes

(3,698,857 bytes) - (SHA1 Checksum: 7c9b5984b2c1e32e7c8cf3331df77f31e89e24c2)

Certified with JDK7 and JDK8;

(3,692,096 bytes) - (SHA1 Checksum: 76f2f84c383ef45832b3eea6b5fb3a6edb873b93)

For use with JDK6;

(733,729 bytes) - (SHA1 Checksum:384b4a763188849bfd68f313701ac11dafd1899b)

(Refer MOS note DOC ID 2074693.1) - For use with JDK6 & JDK7

(10,542 bytes) - Sample security policy file for Oracle Database JDBC drivers
(1,659,574 bytes) - (SHA1 Checksum: 11969072d3de96bfd5b246071976e274d78598a7) - Classes for NLS support
(253,006 bytes) - (SHA1 Checksum: 6fbdaebf59cb33282548f4df14436cc179c64bee)

Classes to support standard JDBC 4.x java.sql.SQLXML interface (Java SE 6 & Java SE 7).

(106,496 bytes) - (SHA1 Checksum: 1aee60b3f7aa581d90f2f18d5e334a1913da52c9)

For use by the pure Java client-side Oracle Notification Services (ONS) daemon

(21,189 bytes) - (SHA1 Checksum: 80ca1246d5c9cad79985e9fff0acc9fb09ba1b2b)

Java APIs for subscribing to RAC events via ONS; simplefan policy and javadoc

Diagnosability related JARs


Release Notes

(31,028,487 bytes) - (SHA1 Checksum: 1a30d5956142d00d70f3ea91dc67491c8cc253fd)

The download contains the diagnosability related Jars (ojdbc7_g.jar, ojdbc7_dms.jar, ojdbc7dms_g.jar, ojdbc6_g.jar, ojdbc6_dms.jar, ojdbc6dms_g.jar) and README.txt that has more information about the contents of the tar file.

Code Samples, Javadoc, and README

Oracle Jdbc Driver For Mac Os X 10 13 Download


Release Notes

(1,836,572 bytes) - (SHA1 Checksum: 8cca7735e42f1549f8f766c78f9a7b7cadba9cd7)

The download contains README-JDBC, README-UCP, jdbc-demo.tar, ucpdemos.jar, Javadoc-JDBC.zip, ucp_javadoc.zip, and README.txt that has more information about the contents of the tar file.


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Use 'sha1sum <filename.jar>' or 'shasum <filename.jar>' command line utility on Linux to verify the integrity of the downloaded file.

Java se 6 mac yosemite. Java for macOS 2017-001 installs the legacy Java 6 runtime for macOS 10.13 High Sierra, macOS 10.12 Sierra, macOS 10.11 El Capitan, macOS 10.10 Yosemite, macOS 10.9 Mavericks, macOS 10.8 Mountain Lion, and macOS 10.7 Lion.

Note: For platform specific JDBC-OCI libraries See Instant Client

To configure a DSN on macOS, you can either use the command-line utility (myodbc-installer), edit the odbc.ini file within the Library/ODBC directory of the user, or use the ODBC Administrator GUI.

The ODBC Administrator is included in OS X v10.5 and earlier; users of later versions of OS X and macOS need to download and install it manually.

To create a DSN using the myodbc-installer utility, you only need to specify the DSN type and the DSN connection string. For example:

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To use ODBC Administrator:

  • For correct operation of ODBC Administrator, ensure that the /Library/ODBC/odbc.ini file used to set up ODBC connectivity and DSNs are writable by the admin group. If this file is not writable by this group, then the ODBC Administrator may fail, or may appear to work but not generate the correct entry.

  • There are known issues with the macOS ODBC Administrator and Connector/ODBC that may prevent you from creating a DSN using this method. In that case, use the command line or edit the odbc.ini file directly. Existing DSNs or those that you created using the myodbc-installer tool can still be checked and edited using ODBC Administrator.

  1. Open the ODBC Administrator from the Utilities folder in the Applications folder.

    Figure 5.6 ODBC Administrator Dialog

  2. From the ODBC Administrator dialog, choose either the User DSN or System DSN tab and click .

  3. Select the Connector/ODBC driver and click .

  4. You will be presented with the Data Source Name (DSN) dialog. Enter the Data Source Name and an optional Description for the DSN.

    Figure 5.7 ODBC Administrator Data Source Name Dialog

  5. Click to add a new keyword/value pair to the panel. Configure at least four pairs to specify the server, username, password and database connection parameters. See Section 5.2, “Connector/ODBC Connection Parameters”.

  6. Click to add the DSN to the list of configured data source names.

A completed DSN configuration may look like this:

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Figure 5.8 ODBC Administrator Sample DSN Dialog

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You can configure other ODBC options in your DSN by adding further keyword/value pairs and setting the corresponding values. See Section 5.2, “Connector/ODBC Connection Parameters”.