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Connecting to oracle DB using Squirrel 3.3.0
Problem connecting to database. Service name identifies a service within a database.
Thanks Siegfried Squirrel oracle fragment of java code successfully connects from my windows 7 host to my oracle linux guest running the oracle database: I can attach to it from SQL Plus. Phil I don’t understand the question? You probably do since it works from your Java program, but it is a good thing squirrel oracle confirm.
The one Siegfried is using is perfectly OK.
The first thing to try is the SQL editor view in Squirrel. JSapkota I don’t squirrel oracle access to the server.: Sign up using Email and Password.
Those two are not the same. I’m running squirrel 3. Your original connection string: I can now connect to my oracle database in my linux guest and Squirrel oracle see a nice display of tabs.
Oracle connection from Squirrel SQL – Database Administrators Stack Exchange
If the query works there, squirrel oracle will confirm you have access to that table. Listener refused the connection squirrel oracle the following error: Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered.
There are several supported formats of the Oracle connection string. SID identifies an instance within a database.
Next, is “siegfried” the schema owner for ssquirrel tables? Is there an additional setting I need to attach to it from Squirrel? Here is my connection squirrel oracle for squirrel: