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ORA-29538: Java not installed

Posted on 2007-04-09
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I am getting below error on unix even though java is install there. What I am trying is to create a store procedure.
create or replace and compile java source named javatimeconversion as
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ERROR at line 1:
ORA-29538: Java not installed

I am able to do java -version.

It seems like that oracle is not able to see the java,  I use 10g.

Thanks
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You do have Java on the Operating System, but you do not seem to have Java enabled in your Oracle database. You need to run some scripts like initjvm.sql (and others).

Please have a look at the docs in:
http://www.oracle.com/technology//index.html

and Oracle/Java FAQ:
http://orafaq.com/faqjdbc.htm
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