Java Programming question

Hi,
I've been trying to run a simple query against an Oracle database using JDK1.1 and Oracle's oci7 JDBC drivers.. I am able to connect fine, but when I try to run the query I get the following exception:
java.lang.IllegalAccessError: Unimplemented interface method
  at oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleStatement.executeQuery(OracleStatement.java:194)
  at FileExtract.getDocumentList(FileExtract.java:26)
  at FileExtract.main(FileExtract.java:56)

My code follows the Oracle example almost to the letter.. and in fact, once I modify the login info and select statement for the oracle demos, they also experience the same problem. Anyone have any idea what's going on here?
Thanks,
   -Ben
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EricKaplanCommented:
The proper address is oracle, or the one who wrote the driver. It doesn't seem to be like an error on your side, but rather the Driver class.
-Eric.
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rodionAuthor Commented:
It seemed to magically fix itself one day..
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