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Scenario 1

VORTEXjdbc and Oracle on Solaris

In Scenario 1, a JDBC client application running on Windows is connecting to an Oracle database server on Sun Solaris. The components, URLs, user names and passwords are all examples. You must substitute the correct values for your own site.

Components

Client

 »  VORTEXjdbc
 »  connection URL for Drivermanager.getConnection():
    jdbc:vortex://scott/tiger@1958:myora!/usr2/trifox/bin/
    vtxhost.ora,ORACLE_HOME=/usr/oracle,ORACLE_SID=ORA7

Server

 »  machine name: myora
 »  machine operating system: Solaris
 »  Oracle userid/passwd: scott/tiger
 »  Oracle home: /usr/oracle
 »  Oracle SID: ORA7
 »  VORTEXnet

Sequence

  1. The VORTEXnet evaluation kit, which includes the daemon and driver, is installed in /usr2/trifox/bin.
  2. The VORTEXdaemon, vtxnetd, is started on myora as:
        vtxnetd -p1958 &
  3. When Drivermanager.getConnection() is executed, a message is sent via the socket (port 1958) to vtxnetd to start up vtxhost.ora.

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