Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Creating OLite Connection from JDeveloper

Follow the steps below to configure connection to OLite DB from JDeveloper for ESB and BPEL tables.

1. Go to Connection Navigator

2 Right click Databases and select “Create New Database Connection”

Approach #1
3. Select “Third Party JDBC Driver” and click Next

4. Provide “system/any” as Username/password for SID:"oraesb" .

5. Provide “system/password” as Username/password for SID:"orabpel" .

6. You may need to create a Oracle Lite Jar classpath entry. Click Browse-> Add Entry 

and navigate to %ORA_HOME%\bpel\lib\olite40.jar

6. Provide the url for the connection as specified in %ORAHOME%\j2ee\home\config\datasources.xml

7. Test Connection and you are on your way.

Approach #2
3. Select “Oracle Lite” as driver and click Next
4. Provide “system/any” or "system/password" as Username/password.
5. Provide following details –
SID – oraesb or orabpel for your SID of choice.
6. Test Connection and you should be on your way.


Ganga said...

i am new to bpel. i did the same what you have said. i am getting [POL-5150] access violation. error.
before doing this shall we download drivers?

mahakk01 said...

This post explains OLite connection from JDeveloper. In this post they include steps to establish the connection. The given steps are very easy to perform. When you follow the steps you will find them simple. I hope you will be able to establish OLite connection.
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