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Oracle SQL Error

I get this sql error every time I try to connect to an Oracle instance using JDBC.

java.sql.SQLException: Io exception:
The Network Adapter could not establish connection
SQLException: SQLState (null) vendor code (17002)


What am I doing wrong?

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  • backtolinux May 11, 2010

    you are a problem in you client.
    Your tnsnames.ora is misconfigured.
    Your sqlnet.ora is misconfigured
    your listener is misconfigured or not started
    your connexion settings from java is misconfigured


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Does it connect after the error ?. First try to connect from your client to Oracle server using SQL plus client.

Second - Do a tnsping <server name>

This will give you the correct Host name, SID and Port number.

Make sure that your JDBC connection parameters match with the actual connection from TNS output

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