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Error : IWAS0126E problem encountered while connection Con4.

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Hi

i'm trying to get a connection from WebSphere Studio Application Developer to a oracle 9i using the OracleDriver. The jdbctest Program from the IBM Homepage is running successfully after I copied the classes12.jar . But when I try to get the same connection with Studio I'm getting the error message:

Error:

IWAS0126E problem encountered while connection Con4.
Reason: 'Io exception: The Network Adapter could not establish the connection'


What I did:

To view the definition of an existing database, I first have to create a JDBC
connection to the database. To create a new connection, I switeched in the DB Servers view. Then right-click anywhere in the view and select New Connection to display the Database Connection wizard.

When I click on finish it is giving error message


The standard program is working fine... but when I am trying to create new database connection it is giving above error message

Can you please help me what I have to do.

Thanks


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I don't know about Oracle, but is it possible that it's a dev version that only accepts a single connection at a time, so that the initial connection (int he DB Servers view) blocks subsequent connections?
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I have Oracle running in WSAD.

What settings have you chosen for the DB in the DataSource tab of the server?

Remember it's easier to specify a container managed authentication alias ,and that you only need to specify a url in the resource properties in the form of
jdbc:oracle:thin:@<server>:<port>:<sid>, you don't need to specify values in the databasName and serverName fields.
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