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As part of that, we have been testing various pieces of our software stack and realized the need to look at our Oracle JDBC drivers as well. Select the driver JAR that makes you happy.
oracle – Differences between classesjar, ojdbcjar, and – Server Fault
It sounds like the best you can do is ojdbc7. I cannot migrate java version at this time. Oracle recommends to use always the latest instant client version – even when your DB classrs12 older version. It’s time to upgrade.
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I know from experience, oracoe longer you wait, the worse it’ll be. JDK 9 is coming. Do yourself a favor and get your Java infrastructure up to date. Yes you can run the smaller drivers on newer java versions.
Its old application and we cannot migrate to new at this time. We are using THIN mode. You should strongly consider upgrading to JDK 8. You have to differentiate between runtime and compile orale.
If you want to use ojdbc It is just that ojdbc It is borderline irresponsible to not be at at least 1.