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java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver not found at findClassOnDisk

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I hit the above problem when i try to run my classes, i have downloaded the classes12.zip file and set that into my Win2K's system & user classpath/path. Im not sure why it does not work even after i restarted the machine a couple of times.

can someone help? thanks.
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girionis earned 50 total points
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 Are you sure the OracleDriver class is in the classes12.zip file? Have you also tried to include it explicitly in your classpath by adding the -cp option?

  Hope it helps.
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Well i managed to solve that problem.

Now im having this Exception instead:
"Invalid URL: Driver type not specified"

what might be wrong this time?

thanks for your help.


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Ok, i think i solved that as well.
I have been trying to connect to the wrong port!
After i corrected that mistake, its working fine now.

Thanks for your response anyway.
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 Thank you for the points. I am glad I helped :-).
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