Package oracle.jdbc

Interface OracleConnection

    • Field Detail

      • ACCESSMODE_JAVAPROP

        static final byte ACCESSMODE_JAVAPROP
        Bitmask which can be applied to the CONNECTION_PROPERTY_{name}_ACCESSMODE constants defined in this interface.
        Indicates that the driver will read a connection property from a Properties object.
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      • ACCESSMODE_SYSTEMPROP

        static final byte ACCESSMODE_SYSTEMPROP
        Bitmask which can be applied to the CONNECTION_PROPERTY_{name}_ACCESSMODE constants defined in this interface.
        Indicates that the driver will read a connection property from the JVM's system properties.
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      • ACCESSMODE_BOTH

        static final byte ACCESSMODE_BOTH
        Bitmask which can be applied to the CONNECTION_PROPERTY_{name}_ACCESSMODE constants defined in this interface.
        Indicates that the driver will read a connection property from either a Properties object or the JVM's system properties. If a property is defined in both sources, the value given by the Properties object takes precedence.
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      • ACCESSMODE_FILEPROP

        static final byte ACCESSMODE_FILEPROP
        Bitmask which can be applied to the CONNECTION_PROPERTY_{name}_ACCESSMODE constants defined in this interface.
        Indicates that the driver will read a connection property from a properties file.
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONFIG_FILE, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RETAIN_V9_BIND_BEHAVIOR

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RETAIN_V9_BIND_BEHAVIOR
        This is applicable only for the thin driver. Pass "true" to retain the V9 bind behavior for Long and potential long binds. "false" is the default behavior which would emulate the same behavior as in OCI driver.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RETAIN_V9_BIND_BEHAVIOR_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RETAIN_V9_BIND_BEHAVIOR_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RETAIN_V9_BIND_BEHAVIOR_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RETAIN_V9_BIND_BEHAVIOR_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USER_NAME

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USER_NAME
        The value of this property is used as the user name when connecting to the database. Note that there are other ways to set the username: in the URL or in a wallet but the value of this property overwrites any other value.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USER_NAME_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USER_NAME_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USER_NAME_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USER_NAME_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NEW_PASSWORD

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NEW_PASSWORD
        This property enables users to set a new password during connection creation if user's password got expired. User can also change the password using this property even if their password is not expired.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NEW_PASSWORD_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NEW_PASSWORD_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NEW_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NEW_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DATABASE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DATABASE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DATABASE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DATABASE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_AUTOCOMMIT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_AUTOCOMMIT
        Use this connection property to change the default value of autoCommit.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_AUTOCOMMIT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_AUTOCOMMIT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROTOCOL_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROTOCOL_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROTOCOL_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROTOCOL_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_STREAM_CHUNK_SIZE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_STREAM_CHUNK_SIZE
        Deprecated.
        Stream chunk size for input streams. This property is deprecated since 12.1 and is no longer used internally.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_STREAM_CHUNK_SIZE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_STREAM_CHUNK_SIZE_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_STREAM_CHUNK_SIZE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_STREAM_CHUNK_SIZE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SET_FLOAT_AND_DOUBLE_USE_BINARY

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SET_FLOAT_AND_DOUBLE_USE_BINARY
        If the value of this property is "true", the JDBC PreparedStatement setFloat and setDouble API's convert float and double values to the internal binary format for BINARY_FLOAT or BINARY_DOUBLE before sending to the database. If the property is not set or set to other than "true", the setFloat and setDouble API's convert float and double values to the internal format for NUMBER. See the JavaDoc for setBinaryFloat in oracle.jdbc.PreparedStatement. Use only for 10g or later databases.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SET_FLOAT_AND_DOUBLE_USE_BINARY_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SET_FLOAT_AND_DOUBLE_USE_BINARY_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SET_FLOAT_AND_DOUBLE_USE_BINARY_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SET_FLOAT_AND_DOUBLE_USE_BINARY_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_TERMINAL

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_TERMINAL
        Use this connection property to change the value that will show up in the "terminal" column of the "v$session" table for this connection. Note that this setting only applies to the thin driver.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_TERMINAL_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_TERMINAL_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_TERMINAL_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_TERMINAL_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_MACHINE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_MACHINE
        Use this connection property to change the value that will show up in the "machine" column of the "v$session" table for this connection. Note that this setting only applies to the thin driver.

        If you don't specify a value, by default, the driver will attempt to retrieve your host name. If the attempt fails, it will use "jdbcclient".

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_MACHINE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_MACHINE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_MACHINE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_MACHINE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_OSUSER

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_OSUSER
        By default, the driver retrieves the OS username from the "user.name" system property which is set by the JVM. You can however override this value by using this connection property (thin driver only).

        The OS username will show up in the "osuser" column of the "v$session" table for this connection.

        If you don't specify any value and if the JVM's "user.name" system property is null, the value will be set to "jdbcuser".

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_OSUSER_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_OSUSER_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_OSUSER_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_OSUSER_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_PROGRAM

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_PROGRAM
        Use this connection property to change the value that will show up in the "program" column of the "v$session" table for this connection. Note that this setting only applies to the thin driver.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_PROGRAM_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_PROGRAM_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_PROGRAM_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_PROGRAM_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_PROCESS

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_PROCESS
        Use this connection property to change the value that will show up in the "process" column of the "v$session" table for this connection. Note that this setting only applies to the thin driver.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_PROCESS_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_PROCESS_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_PROCESS_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_PROCESS_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_INAME_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_INAME_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_INAME_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_INAME_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_ENAME_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_ENAME_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_ENAME_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_VSESSION_ENAME_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_PROFILE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_PROFILE
        Deprecated.
        This property no longer has any effect.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_PROFILE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_PROFILE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_PROFILE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_PROFILE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES
        Use this connection property to turn on the authentication adaptors. The adaptors are "RADIUS", "KERBEROS" or "TCPS" which is SSL authentication.

        For example, to turn on KERBEROS authentication:

            Properties prop = new Properties();
            prop.setProperty(OracleConnection.CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES,
                             "( KERBEROS )");  
            prop.setProperty(OracleConnection.CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB5_MUTUAL,
                             "true");
            // Specify where my krb5 configuration file is because JSSE can't find it:
            System.setProperty("java.security.krb5.conf","C:\\WINDOWS\\krb5.ini");
            

        Or to turn on RADIUS:

            prop.setProperty(OracleConnection.CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES,
                             "( RADIUS)");
            
        Or to turn on RADIUS, KERBEROS and SSL authentication adaptors:
            prop.setProperty(OracleConnection.CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES,
                             "( RADIUS, KERBEROS, SSL)");
            
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_SERVICES_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB5_MUTUAL

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB5_MUTUAL
        To turn on Kerberos mutual authentication, set this property to "true".
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB5_MUTUAL_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB5_MUTUAL_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB5_MUTUAL_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB5_MUTUAL_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB5_CC_NAME

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB5_CC_NAME
        Use this connection property to specify the location of the Kerberos credential cache.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB5_CC_NAME_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB5_CC_NAME_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB5_CC_NAME_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB5_CC_NAME_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB_REALM

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB_REALM
        Use this connection property to specify the realm used for Kerberos authentication.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB_REALM_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB_REALM_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB_REALM_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB_REALM_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB_JAAS_LOGIN_MODULE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB_JAAS_LOGIN_MODULE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB_JAAS_LOGIN_MODULE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_AUTHENTICATION_KRB_JAAS_LOGIN_MODULE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_SET_FIPS_MODE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_SET_FIPS_MODE
        Use this connection property to enable FIPS140-2 mode for native network encryption. The default key pair generation mechanism is not FIPS140-2 compliant and fails to generate a Diffie-Hellman key pair while negotiating the network encryption. Set the value to true to enable FIPS-140-2 mode. The default value is false and FIPS140-2 mode is disabled.
        Since:
        21c
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_SET_FIPS_MODE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_SET_FIPS_MODE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_SET_FIPS_MODE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_SET_FIPS_MODE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ALLOW_WEAK_CRYPTO

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ALLOW_WEAK_CRYPTO
        Starting in release 23, the driver can be configured to use strong session keys and weak ciphers can be disabled when Native Network Encryption is used. But this breaks compatibility with older versions of the server which may not have the same capability. An exception with error code 12268 is thrown when server does not have this capabilty. By default, in order to allow compatibility with such servers, and at the cost of security, this property is set to "true". When this property is configured to "false" then strong session keys are used and the following algorithms are disabled. Disabled Encryption algorithms : RC4_40, DES40, DES, RC4_56, RC4_128, 3DES112, 3DES168 and RC4_256. Disabled Checksum algorithms : MD5. This property can also be configured through URL. The value configured through URL has higher priority than the value configured through connection properties. Please see the below examples to know how to configure this property through URL.
        EzConnectPlus Format:
        jdbc:oracle:thin:@//host:port/servicename?allow_weak_crypto=false
        TNS Long URL Format:
        jdbc:oracle:thin:@(DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=tcp)(HOST=host)(PORT=5521))(CONNECT_DATA= (SERVICE_NAME=servicename))(Security=(ALLOW_WEAK_CRYPTO=false)))
        Since:
        23c
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_LEVEL, CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_TYPES, CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_TYPES, CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_LEVEL, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ALLOW_WEAK_CRYPTO_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ALLOW_WEAK_CRYPTO_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ALLOW_WEAK_CRYPTO_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ALLOW_WEAK_CRYPTO_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_LEVEL

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_LEVEL
        Use this property to specify the level of security for the encryption service. In order of increasing security the parameter can be (note that the default is "ACCEPTED"):<bt>
        • "REJECTED": Select this value if you do not elect to enable the encryption service, even if required by the other side. In this scenario, this side of the connection specifies that the encryption service is not permitted. If the other side is set to REQUIRED, the connection terminates with error message ORA-12650. If the other side is set to REQUESTED, ACCEPTED, or REJECTED, the connection continues without error and without the encryption service enabled.
        • "ACCEPTED": Select this value to enable the encryption service if required or requested by the other side. In this scenario, this side of the connection does not require the encryption service, but it is enabled if the other side is set to REQUIRED or REQUESTED. If the other side is set to REQUIRED or REQUESTED, and an encryption algorithm match is found, the connection continues without error and with the encryption service enabled. If the other side is set to REQUIRED and no algorithm match is found, the connection terminates with error message ORA-12650. If the other side is set to REQUESTED and no algorithm match is found, or if the other side is set to ACCEPTED or REJECTED, the connection continues without error and without the security service enabled.
        • "REQUESTED": Select this value to enable the encryption service if the other side permits it. In this scenario, this side of the connection specifies that the security service is desired but not required. The security service is enabled if the other side specifies ACCEPTED, REQUESTED, or REQUIRED. There must be a matching algorithm available on the other side--otherwise the service is not enabled. If the other side specifies REQUIRED and there is no matching algorithm, the connection fails.
        • "REQUIRED": Select this value to enable the encryption service or preclude the connection. In this scenario, this side of the connection specifies that the encryption service must be enabled. The connection fails if the other side specifies REJECTED or if there is no compatible algorithm on the other side.
        This property can also be configured through URL. The value configured through URL has higher priority than the value configured through connection properties. Please see the below examples to know how to configure this property through URL.
        EzConnectPlus Format:
        jdbc:oracle:thin:@//host:port/servicename?encryption_client=REQUIRED
        TNS Long URL Format:
        jdbc:oracle:thin:@(DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=tcp)(HOST=host)(PORT=5521))(CONNECT_DATA= (SERVICE_NAME=servicename))(Security=(ENCRYPTION_CLIENT=REQUESTED)))
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_TYPES, CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_LEVEL, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_LEVEL_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_LEVEL_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_LEVEL_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_LEVEL_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_TYPES

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_TYPES
        Use this connection property to specify the list of encryption algorithms that you want to activate.

        The supported algorithms are:

        • "AES256": AES 256-bit key
        • "AES192": AES 192-bit key
        • "AES128": AES 128-bit key

        The following weak algorithms are disabled by default:

        • "3DES168": 3-key 3DES
        • "3DES112": 2-key 3DES
        • "DES56C": DES 56-bit key CBC
        • "DES40C": DES 40-bit key CBC
        • "RC4_256": RC4 256-bit key
        • "RC4_128": RC4 128-bit key
        • "RC4_56": RC4 56-bit key
        • "RC4_40": RC4 40-bit key

        For example, if you require the connection to be encrypted with either AES256 or AES192, you would set the following properties:

            prop.setProperty(OracleConnection.CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_TYPES,
                             "( AES256, AES192 )");
            prop.setProperty(OracleConnection.CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_LEVEL,
                             "REQUIRED");
            
        This property can also be configured through URL. The value configured through URL has higher priority than the value configured through connection properties. Please see the below examples to know how to configure this property through URL.
        EzConnectPlus Format:
        jdbc:oracle:thin:@//host:port/servicename?encryption_client=required&encryption_types_client=AES128,AES192
        TNS Long URL Format:
        jdbc:oracle:thin:@(DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=tcp)(HOST=host)(PORT=5521))(CONNECT_DATA= (SERVICE_NAME=servicename))(Security=(ENCRYPTION_CLIENT=REQUESTED)(ENCRYPTION_TYPES_CLIENT=AES128, AES192)))
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_LEVEL, CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ALLOW_WEAK_CRYPTO, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_TYPES_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_TYPES_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_TYPES_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_TYPES_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_LEVEL

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_LEVEL
        Use this property to specify the level of security for the integrity service. Please refer CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_LEVEL to know more about the accepted values and information on each of the values as both of these properties support same set of values. This property can also be configured through URL. The value configured through URL has higher priority than the value configured through the connection properties. Please see the below examples to know how to configure this property through URL.
        EzConnectPlus Format:
        jdbc:oracle:thin:@//host:port/servicename?crypto_checksum_client=required
        TNS Long URL Format:
        jdbc:oracle:thin:@(DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=tcp)(HOST=host)(PORT=5521))(CONNECT_DATA= (SERVICE_NAME=servicename))(Security=(CRYPTO_CHECKSUM_CLIENT=REQUESTED)))
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_LEVEL, CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_TYPES, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_LEVEL_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_LEVEL_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_LEVEL_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_LEVEL_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_TYPES

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_TYPES
        Use this connection property to specify the list of integrity algorithms that you want to activate.

        The supported algorithms are:

        • "SHA1"
        • "SHA256"
        • "SHA384"
        • "SHA512"
        • "MD5" (disabled by default)
          • For example, if you require checksumming to be turned on and you want either MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA384 or SHA512:

                prop.setProperty(OracleConnection.CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_TYPES,
                                 "( MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA384 or SHA512 )");
                prop.setProperty(OracleConnection.CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_LEVEL,
                                 "REQUIRED");
                
            This property can also be configured through URL. The value configured through URL has higher priority than the value configured through the connection properties. Please see the below examples to know how to configure this property through URL.
            EzConnectPlus Format:
            jdbc:oracle:thin:@//host:port/servicename?crypto_checksum_client=required&crypto_checksum_types_client=sha256,sha1
            TNS Long URL Format:
            jdbc:oracle:thin:@(DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=tcp)(HOST=host)(PORT=5521))(CONNECT_DATA= (SERVICE_NAME=servicename))(Security=(CRYPTO_CHECKSUM_CLIENT=REQUESTED)(CRYPTO_CHECKSUM_TYPES_CLIENT=SHA256,SHA1)))
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_LEVEL, CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ALLOW_WEAK_CRYPTO, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_TYPES_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_TYPES_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_TYPES_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_TYPES_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CRYPTO_SEED

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CRYPTO_SEED
        Use this connection property to specify the encryption seed (between 10 and 70 random characters). The encryption seed for the client should not be the same as that for the server. Note that you don't have to specify a seed on the client.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CRYPTO_SEED_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CRYPTO_SEED_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CRYPTO_SEED_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CRYPTO_SEED_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_USE_JCE_API

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_USE_JCE_API
        If the value of this property is "true" and Data Encryption service is enabled, then JDK Crypto(JCE) APIs are used for encryption and decryption of the data between the JDBC client and the Oracle Server, otherwise the built-in crypto implementation is used. Since 19.1, the default value is true for the Thin driver. If the JVM version is older than 1.8.0_u151, then you need to change the JVM security policy to allow unlimited key sizes. This is done by downloading and replacing the files found in $JAVA_HOME/lib/security (local_policy.jar and US_export_policy.jar). Java Cryptography Extension (JCE) Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy Files can be downloaded from Oracle website. When this property value is set to "true" and the Unlimited Crypto Strength is not available then the Thin driver will automatically change this property value to "false" and will use the built-in crypto implementation.
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_TYPES, CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_ENCRYPTION_LEVEL, CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_TYPES, CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CHECKSUM_LEVEL, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_USE_JCE_API_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_USE_JCE_API_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_USE_JCE_API_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_USE_JCE_API_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_TCP_NO_DELAY

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_TCP_NO_DELAY
        If the value of this property is "true", the TCP_NODELAY property is set on the socket when using the Thin driver. See java.net.SocketOptions.TCP_NODELAY. Can be either a system property or a connection property
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_TCP_NO_DELAY_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_TCP_NO_DELAY_DEFAULT
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_TCP_NO_DELAY_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_TCP_NO_DELAY_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_READ_TIMEOUT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_READ_TIMEOUT
        Read timeout while reading from the socket. This affects only the thin driver. The value is in milliseconds. Starting from 12.2 this timeout value is set right after the socket establishment and this read timeout will be applicable to the initial NS Protocol negotiation as well. Since 18.1 this value can be followed by 'ms', 'sec' or 'min' (case not sensitive) to indicate 'milliseconds', 'seconds' or 'minutes'.
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_READ_TIMEOUT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_READ_TIMEOUT_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_READ_TIMEOUT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_READ_TIMEOUT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_OUTBOUND_CONNECT_TIMEOUT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_OUTBOUND_CONNECT_TIMEOUT
        The outbound connect timeout controls the time allowed to connect the socket, let the server accept the connection to the desired service, negotiate the NS protocol as well as complete the ASO negotiation. It doesn't include the user authentication.
        This value is assumed in seconds if no explicit unit is indicated (both in the URL and in the connection's properties).
        Default value is "0" (no timeout).
        This affects only the thin driver.
        This property can also be set through connection URL. The outbound timeout value set in the connection URL overrides the value set using connection properties. Since 18.1 this value can be followed by 'ms', 'sec' or 'min' (case not sensitive) to indicate 'milliseconds', 'seconds' or 'minutes'. Here is an example of how to set the outbound connect timeout to 10 seconds through the URL:
        jdbc:oracle:thin:@(DESCRIPTION=(CONNECT_TIMEOUT=10)
        (ADDRESS_LIST=(ADDRESS=(HOST=myhost)(PORT=5521)(PROTOCOL=tcp)))(CONNECT_DATA=(SERVICE_NAME=myService)))
        Since:
        12.2
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CONNECT_TIMEOUT, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_OUTBOUND_CONNECT_TIMEOUT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_OUTBOUND_CONNECT_TIMEOUT_DEFAULT
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_OUTBOUND_CONNECT_TIMEOUT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_OUTBOUND_CONNECT_TIMEOUT_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CONNECT_TIMEOUT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CONNECT_TIMEOUT
        The connect timeout controls how much time is allowed to connect the socket to the database. Successfully connecting the socket doesn't necessarily mean that the database service is up but it means that the listener is accepting connections.
        This value is assumed in seconds if set in the URL with no explicit units and in milliseconds if set in the connection's properties.
        Default value is "0" (no timeout). This affects only the thin driver. The connect timeout can also be set through the connection URL using TRANSPORT_CONNECT_TIMEOUT like in the example below. The value set in the URL overrides the value set in this property.
        Since 18.1 this value can be followed by 'ms', 'sec' or 'min' (case not sensitive) to indicate 'milliseconds', 'seconds' or 'minutes'.
        Here is an example of how to set the connect timeout to 5 seconds through the URL:
        jdbc:oracle:thin:@(DESCRIPTION=(TRANSPORT_CONNECT_TIMEOUT=5)
        (ADDRESS_LIST=(ADDRESS=(HOST=myhost)(PORT=5521)(PROTOCOL=tcp)))(CONNECT_DATA=(SERVICE_NAME=myService)))
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_OUTBOUND_CONNECT_TIMEOUT, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CONNECT_TIMEOUT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CONNECT_TIMEOUT_DEFAULT
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CONNECT_TIMEOUT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CONNECT_TIMEOUT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_DISABLE_OUT_OF_BAND_BREAK

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_DISABLE_OUT_OF_BAND_BREAK
        Thin uses out of band breaks by default from 11g onwards. If the user prefers to use Inband breaks instead of Out of Band ones then this property could be set to true.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_DISABLE_OUT_OF_BAND_BREAK_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_DISABLE_OUT_OF_BAND_BREAK_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_DISABLE_OUT_OF_BAND_BREAK_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_DISABLE_OUT_OF_BAND_BREAK_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_USE_ZERO_COPY_IO

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_USE_ZERO_COPY_IO
        The thin driver uses the zero-copy IO codepath for SecureFile Lobs by default from 11gR2 onwards. To use the regular codepath, set this property to "false".
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_USE_ZERO_COPY_IO_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_USE_ZERO_COPY_IO_DEFAULT
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_USE_ZERO_COPY_IO_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_USE_ZERO_COPY_IO_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_1900_AS_YEAR_FOR_TIME

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_1900_AS_YEAR_FOR_TIME
        setTime used to set the date component to 01 Jan, 1900 by default in earlier versions (version < 10g). However, this changed after 10.1 where the time date component in the time was also honored by Jdbc. This flag is introduced to retain the old behavior (as in 9.2)
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_1900_AS_YEAR_FOR_TIME_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_1900_AS_YEAR_FOR_TIME_DEFAULT
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_1900_AS_YEAR_FOR_TIME_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_1900_AS_YEAR_FOR_TIME_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TIMESTAMPTZ_IN_GMT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TIMESTAMPTZ_IN_GMT
        Obtain TIMESTAMP WITH TIME ZONE value in GMT than adjusting the same to local time zone. default is true.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TIMESTAMPTZ_IN_GMT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TIMESTAMPTZ_IN_GMT_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TIMESTAMPTZ_IN_GMT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TIMESTAMPTZ_IN_GMT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TIMEZONE_AS_REGION

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TIMEZONE_AS_REGION
        Use JVM default timezone as specified rather than convert to a GMT offset. Default is true.
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TIMEZONE_AS_REGION_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TIMEZONE_AS_REGION_DEFAULT
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TIMEZONE_AS_REGION_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TIMEZONE_AS_REGION_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_CERTIFICATE_ALIAS

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_CERTIFICATE_ALIAS
        When a keystore (either wallet or jks file) contains multiple certificates, this property can be used to specify the alias name of the certificate to be used by the driver during the client authentication part of the SSL handshake.
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_CERTIFICATE_ALIAS_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_CERTIFICATE_ALIAS_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_CERTIFICATE_ALIAS_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_CERTIFICATE_ALIAS_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_SERVER_DN_MATCH

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_SERVER_DN_MATCH
        Use this connection property to enable or disable the authentication of the server during the SSL handshake. Authenticating the server means that the driver will verify that the Distinguished Name (DN) of the server's certificate matches the one that's specified either in the connection string using "ssl_server_cert_dn" or through the connection property "oracle.net.ssl_server_cert_dn". Starting in 18.0, the driver will automatically authenticate the server if its DN is specified. You can use this property to disable authentication by setting the value to "false".
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_SERVER_CERT_DN, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_SERVER_DN_MATCH_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_SERVER_DN_MATCH_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_SERVER_DN_MATCH_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_SERVER_DN_MATCH_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_SERVER_CERT_DN

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_SERVER_CERT_DN
        Use this connection property to specify the distinguished name (DN) of the server used during the SSL handshake to authenticate the server. This value can also be configured in the URL using the parameter "ssl_server_cert_dn". The value set in the URL overrides the value set in this property.
        Since:
        18.0
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_SERVER_DN_MATCH, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_SERVER_CERT_DN_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_SERVER_CERT_DN_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_SERVER_CERT_DN_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_SERVER_CERT_DN_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_VERSION

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_VERSION
        Sets the SSL version which will be used for SSL protocol negotiation.
        This is an optional property. By default the JDBC thin driver uses all the protocols supported by JVM out of which SSLv3 and SSLv2Hello are excluded since they are not supported by the Oracle Database starting in 12.2.
        Following are the valid values and the corresponding protocol versions used during negotiation.
        "0" - TLSv1.0 or TLSv1.1 or TLSv1.2
        "undetermined" - TLSv1.0 or TLSv1.1 or TLSv1.2
        "2" - SSLv2Hello
        "2.0" - SSLv2Hello
        "version 2" - SSLv2Hello
        "3" - SSLv3
        "3.0" - SSLv3
        "version 3 only" - SSLv3
        "1" - TLSv1.0
        "1.0" - TLSv1.0
        "version 1 only" - TLSv1.0
        "1 or 3" - TLSv1.0 or SSLv3
        "1.0 or 3.0" - TLSv1.0 or SSLv3
        "version 1 or version 3" - TLSv1.0 or SSLv3
        "1.1" - TLSv1.1
        "1.2" - TLSv1.2
        "1.1 or 3.0" - TLSv1.1 or SSLv3
        "1.2 or 3.0" - TLSv1.2 or SSLv3
        "1.1 or 1.0" - TLSv1.1 or TLSv1.0
        "1.2 or 1.0" - TLSv1.2 or TLSv1.0
        "1.2 or 1.1" - TLSv1.2 or TLSv1.1
        "1.1 or 1.0 or 3.0" - TLSv1.1 or TLSv1.0 or SSLv3
        "1.2 or 1.0 or 3.0" - TLSv1.2 or TLSv1.0 or SSLv3
        "1.2 or 1.1 or 1.0" - TLSv1.2 or TLSv1.1 or TLSv1.0
        "1.2 or 1.1 or 3.0" - TLSv1.2 or TLSv1.1 or SSLv3
        "1.2 or 1.1 or 1.0 or 3.0" - TLSv1.2 or TLSv1.1 or TLSv1.0 or SSLv3
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_VERSION_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_VERSION_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_VERSION_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_VERSION_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_CIPHER_SUITES

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_CIPHER_SUITES

        Specify a comma separated list of cipher suites to enable for TLS communications with a database. The list must include at least one cipher suite that is also enabled for the database. If the driver and the database do not share a common cipher, then connection establishment will result in a TLS handshake failure.

        Note that the standard list of cipher suite names may be found in the JSSE Cipher Suite Names section of the Java Cryptography Architecture Standard Algorithm Name Documentation. Providers may support cipher suite names not found in this list or might not use the recommended name for a certain cipher suite.

        If no value is set for this property, the driver will use the set of cipher suites which your JSSE Security Provider has enabled by default.

        This property is only supported by the jdbc:oracle:thin driver. This property can also be configured through the EZConnect Plus URL format using the parameter SSL_CIPHERS. The value configured via EZConnect URL has higher priority. Please note that the JDBC Thin driver does not support configuring this property through the parameter SSL_CIPHER_SUITES in long TNS URL format.

        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_CIPHER_SUITES_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_CIPHER_SUITES_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_CIPHER_SUITES_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_CIPHER_SUITES_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTORE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTORE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTORE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTORE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTORETYPE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTORETYPE

        Specify the format of a key store file specified by CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTORE. Examples of commonly used formats are "SSO", "PKCS12", and "JKS".

        This property has no effect if CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_LOCATION has also been set.

        If this property is not set, the JDBC driver will attempt to automatically recognize the key store type based on the file extension of the key store.

        Automatic Type Recognition
        Recognized Type File Extension(s)
        SSO .sso
        PKCS12 .p12 or .pfx
        JKS .jks
        For example, if the key store file is named "MyKeyStore.jks", and a type is not specified using this property, then the type is automatically recognized as JKS.

        This property is only supported by the jdbc:oracle:thin driver.

        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTORE, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTORETYPE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTORETYPE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTORETYPE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTORETYPE_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTOREPASSWORD_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTOREPASSWORD_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTOREPASSWORD_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_KEYSTOREPASSWORD_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORE

        Specify the file system path of a trust store file which contains certificate authorities that can be trusted when authenticating a database's certificate.

        If no value is set for this property, the driver will use the cacerts file included with your JDK installation.

        If a database's certificate can not be authenticated, then connection establishment will result in a TLS handshake failure. The failure message may describe a problem with building or finding a verification path.

        This property has no effect if CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_LOCATION has also been set.

        This property is only supported by the jdbc:oracle:thin driver.

        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORETYPE, CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTOREPASSWORD, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORETYPE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORETYPE

        Specify the format of a trust store file specified by CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORE. Examples of commonly used formats are "SSO", "PKCS12", and "JKS".

        This property has no effect if CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_LOCATION has also been set.

        If this property is not set, the JDBC driver will attempt to automatically recognize the trust store type based on the file extension of the trust store.

        Automatic Type Recognition
        Recognized Type File Extension(s)
        SSO .sso
        PKCS12 .p12 or .pfx
        JKS .jks
        For example, if the trust store file is named "MyTrustStore.jks", and a type is not specified using this property, then the type is automatically recognized as JKS.

        This property is only supported by the jdbc:oracle:thin driver.

        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORE, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORETYPE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORETYPE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORETYPE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORETYPE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTOREPASSWORD_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTOREPASSWORD_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTOREPASSWORD_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTOREPASSWORD_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_KEYMANAGERFACTORY_ALGORITHM_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_KEYMANAGERFACTORY_ALGORITHM_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_KEYMANAGERFACTORY_ALGORITHM_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_KEYMANAGERFACTORY_ALGORITHM_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_TRUSTMANAGERFACTORY_ALGORITHM_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_TRUSTMANAGERFACTORY_ALGORITHM_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_TRUSTMANAGERFACTORY_ALGORITHM_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_TRUSTMANAGERFACTORY_ALGORITHM_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_OLDSYNTAX_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_OLDSYNTAX_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_OLDSYNTAX_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_OLDSYNTAX_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JNDI_LDAP_CONNECT_TIMEOUT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JNDI_LDAP_CONNECT_TIMEOUT_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JNDI_LDAP_CONNECT_TIMEOUT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JNDI_LDAP_CONNECT_TIMEOUT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JNDI_LDAP_READ_TIMEOUT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JNDI_LDAP_READ_TIMEOUT_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JNDI_LDAP_READ_TIMEOUT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JNDI_LDAP_READ_TIMEOUT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_LOCATION

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_LOCATION
        Use this property to specify the wallet location. The driver will use this wallet to:
        • Retrieve the username and password which can be stored in a wallet. The driver attempts to retrieve the username and password from the wallet unless they are specified in the JDBC URL or in the properties (in order, it will look in the properties first, then in the URL and then in the wallet). The "mkstore" utility can be used to store the username and password in an existing wallet. For example, if the wallet is in the "client_wallet" directory: mkstore -wrl ./client_wallet -createCredential \(DESCRIPTION=\(ADDRESS=\(PROTOCOL=tcp\)\(HOST=servername\)\( PORT=5560\)\)\(CONNECT_DATA=\(SERVICE_NAME=service_name\)\)\) scott tiger
        • Create an SSL connection if the TCPS protocol is enabled. The wallet is used for both the truststore and the keystore and overwrites the JSSE properties.

        The wallet location can be set in two formats:

        • file:/path/ewallet.sso" or "file:/path/cwallet.p12" or "file:/path/to/directory/
        • (SOURCE=(METHOD=FILE)(METHOD_DATA=(DIRECTORY=/path/to/directory)))

        Note that if you don't use SSO wallets but PKCS12 wallets, you must provide the wallet password through the "oracle.net.wallet_password" property.

        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_LOCATION_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_LOCATION_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_LOCATION_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_LOCATION_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_PASSWORD

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_PASSWORD
        Use this property to set the wallet password which is only required if you don't enable enable auto-login in the wallet. In this case "ewallet.p12" will be used instead of "cwallet.sso".
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_PASSWORD_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_PASSWORD_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_CIPHER_SUITES

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_CIPHER_SUITES
        Use this property to specify the set of cipher suites to be used while SSL negotiation with LDAP server. Multiple cipher suite names can be seperated by comma. This is an optional property and by default the JDBC Thin driver uses all the cipher suites supported by the JVM.
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_CIPHER_SUITES_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_CIPHER_SUITES_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_CIPHER_SUITES_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_CIPHER_SUITES_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_VERSIONS

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_VERSIONS
        Use this property to specify the valid SSL protocol version(s) used while SSL negotiation with LDAP Server. Multiple protocol versions can be seperated by comma. The default value is null. The valid protocol versions are
        TLSv1.2
        TLSv1.1
        TLSv1
        SSLv3
        SSLv2Hello
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_VERSIONS_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_VERSIONS_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_VERSIONS_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_VERSIONS_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_TYPE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_TYPE
        Use this property to specify type of the configured KeyStore file to be used while SSL negotiation with LDAP Server. This is an optional property and the JDBC Thin driver will try to resolve the key store type automatically using the file extension. JVM's default KeyStoreType is used if the type is not configured and the driver is not able to resolve the type automatically.
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_TYPE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_TYPE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_TYPE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_TYPE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_PASSWORD

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_PASSWORD
        This property is used to specify the password for the KeyStore file which will be used while SSL negotiation with LDAP server. The default value is null.
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_PASSWORD_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_PASSWORD_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYSTORE_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYMANAGER_FACTORY_ALGORITHM

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYMANAGER_FACTORY_ALGORITHM
        Use this property to override the default algorithm used by KeyManagerFactory. The default value is null.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYMANAGER_FACTORY_ALGORITHM_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYMANAGER_FACTORY_ALGORITHM_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYMANAGER_FACTORY_ALGORITHM_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_KEYMANAGER_FACTORY_ALGORITHM_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_TYPE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_TYPE
        Use this property to specify type of the configured TrustStore file to be used while SSL negotiation with LDAP Server. This is an optional property and the JDBC Thin driver will try to resolve the trust store type automatically using the file extension. JVM's default KeyStoreType is used if the type is not configured and the driver is not able to resolve the type automatically.
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_TYPE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_TYPE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_TYPE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_TYPE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_PASSWORD

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_PASSWORD
        This property is used to specify the password for the TrustStore file which will be used while SSL negotiation with LDAP server. The default value is null.
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_PASSWORD_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_PASSWORD_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTSTORE_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTMANAGER_FACTORY_ALGORITHM

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTMANAGER_FACTORY_ALGORITHM
        Use this property to override the default algorithm used by TrustManagerFactory. The default value is null.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTMANAGER_FACTORY_ALGORITHM_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTMANAGER_FACTORY_ALGORITHM_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTMANAGER_FACTORY_ALGORITHM_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_TRUSTMANAGER_FACTORY_ALGORITHM_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_WALLET_LOCATION_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_WALLET_LOCATION_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_WALLET_LOCATION_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_WALLET_LOCATION_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_WALLET_PASSWORD

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_WALLET_PASSWORD
        Use this property to specify the password of the wallet file which will be used while SSL negotiation with LDAP server. The default value is null and no password is required for accessing the wallet.
        Since:
        21c
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_WALLET_LOCATION, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_WALLET_PASSWORD_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_WALLET_PASSWORD_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_WALLET_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_WALLET_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_AUTHENTICATION

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_AUTHENTICATION
        Specifies the authentication mechanism to be used by the LDAP service provider in the JDK.
        This can be one of the following strings: none or simple. The default value is none and LDAP authentication is disabled. If it is configured with the value simple then the LDAP Server authentication details must to be set through either wallet secret store or connection properties.
        Since:
        21c
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_PRINCIPAL, CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_CREDENTIALS, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_AUTHENTICATION_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_AUTHENTICATION_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_AUTHENTICATION_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_AUTHENTICATION_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_PRINCIPAL

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_PRINCIPAL
        Use this property to specify the value of the username(DN) which will be used while authenticating with the LDAP server.
        The default value is null. This property can also be configured via wallet secret store entry oracle.ldap.client.dn. The value configured in connection property has higher priority over the value configured in the wallet secret store. This property is used only when the LDAP authentication is set to simple.
        Since:
        21c
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_AUTHENTICATION, CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_CREDENTIALS, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_PRINCIPAL_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_PRINCIPAL_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_PRINCIPAL_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_PRINCIPAL_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_CREDENTIALS

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_CREDENTIALS
        Use this property to configure the password which will be used while authenticating with the LDAP server.
        The default value is null. This property can also be configured via wallet secret store entry oracle.ldap.client.password. The value configured in connection property has higher priority over the value configured in the wallet secret store. This property is used only when the LDAP authentication is set to simple.
        Since:
        21c
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_AUTHENTICATION, CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_PRINCIPAL, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_CREDENTIALS_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_CREDENTIALS_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_CREDENTIALS_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SECURITY_CREDENTIALS_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_CONTEXT_PROTOCOL

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_CONTEXT_PROTOCOL

        Specifies a protocol name for the driver to use when obtaining an instance of SSLContext from SSLContext.getInstance(String) for a TLS enabled LDAP connection.

        This property has no effect on which versions of SSL or TLS will be accepted during handshakes with the LDAP server. To configure the set of protocol versions accepted during handshakes, use CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_VERSIONS.

        If this property is not specified, the driver will use "TLS" by default.

        This property is only supported by the Type 4 driver (ie: jdbc:oracle:thin).

        Since:
        21c
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_CONTEXT_PROTOCOL_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_CONTEXT_PROTOCOL_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_CONTEXT_PROTOCOL_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_LDAP_SSL_CONTEXT_PROTOCOL_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROXY_CLIENT_NAME

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROXY_CLIENT_NAME
        The value of this property is used to specify the name of the proxy client during proxy authentication.

        For example if a database user "proxyclient" is setup to connect through another user called "proxy", then you would set the value of this property to "proxyclient".

        Note that this connection property can be used to obtain a proxy client connection from scratch and in this model there is only one database session involved instead of two when you first create a regular connection as "proxy" and then call openProxySession(...) to obtain a proxy client session. This is called the single-session proxy model. This property is only supported for connections to database versions of 10.2 and higher. There is no support for the single-session proxy model in earlier database versions.

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROXY_CLIENT_NAME_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROXY_CLIENT_NAME_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROXY_CLIENT_NAME_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROXY_CLIENT_NAME_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_USE_NIO

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_USE_NIO
        In case of Jdbc-OCI drivers the data is copied from C layer to Java using Jni array copy api. Alternatively by setting this property to "true" the user can instruct the driver to copy data using NIO. Note that the feature would enabled if the underlying JVM supports NIO in JNI layer. The flag is turned off by default (set to false).
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_USE_NIO_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_USE_NIO_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_USE_NIO_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_USE_NIO_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_HTTPS_PROXY_HOST

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_HTTPS_PROXY_HOST
        Use this property to set the hostname or address of the https proxy server. This can also be set via the URL. The value set through the URL has higher priority than the value set using this property. Here is an example of how to set the proxy host name through the URL:
        jdbc:oracle:thin:@(DESCRIPTION=
        (ADDRESS_LIST= (ADDRESS=(HTTPS_PROXY=myproxyserver)(HTTPS_PROXY_PORT=8080)(HOST=myhost)(PORT=5521)(PROTOCOL=tcp))) (CONNECT_DATA=(SERVICE_NAME=myService)))
        Since:
        19.3
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_HTTPS_PROXY_PORT, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_HTTPS_PROXY_HOST_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_HTTPS_PROXY_HOST_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_HTTPS_PROXY_HOST_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_HTTPS_PROXY_HOST_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_HTTPS_PROXY_PORT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_HTTPS_PROXY_PORT
        Use this property to set the port of the https proxy server. This can also be set via the URL. The value set through the URL has higher priority than the value set using this property. Here is an example of how to set the proxy port through the URL:
        jdbc:oracle:thin:@(DESCRIPTION=
        (ADDRESS_LIST= (ADDRESS=(HTTPS_PROXY=myproxyserver)(HTTPS_PROXY_PORT=8080)(HOST=myhost)(PORT=5521)(PROTOCOL=tcp))) (CONNECT_DATA=(SERVICE_NAME=myService)))
        Since:
        19.3
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_HTTPS_PROXY_HOST, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_HTTPS_PROXY_PORT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_HTTPS_PROXY_PORT_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_HTTPS_PROXY_PORT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_HTTPS_PROXY_PORT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CONNECTIONID_PREFIX

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CONNECTIONID_PREFIX
        This property oracle.net.connectionIdPrefix can be used to customize the first 8 characters of the Net connection id that's sent to the listener during connection establishment for tracing purposes. Its value is a 8 character long string (can contain only alphabets, numbers and _). For example the value can be set to App_231 (which contains only supported characters) to identify connections coming from a particular application.
        This can also be configured via the connection URL using the CONNECT_DATA parameter CONNECTION_ID_PREFIX.
        The value set using the connection property has higher precedence over the value set using URL.
        Since:
        21c
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CONNECTIONID_PREFIX_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CONNECTIONID_PREFIX_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CONNECTIONID_PREFIX_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_NET_CONNECTIONID_PREFIX_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_DRIVER_CHARSET_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_DRIVER_CHARSET_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_DRIVER_CHARSET_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_DRIVER_CHARSET_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_EDITION_NAME

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_EDITION_NAME
        This connection property can be used to specify a name for the "session edition". The value is sent to the server at connection time.

        The following SQL query:

        SELECT sys_context('USERENV', 'CURRENT_EDITION_NAME') 
            FROM dual
        will return the same value.

        Note that this property can also be set as a system property.

        By default, if you don't set this property, the "session edition" will be set to the database default edition (for example "ORA$BASE").

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_EDITION_NAME_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_EDITION_NAME_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_EDITION_NAME_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_EDITION_NAME_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_INTERNAL_LOGON

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_INTERNAL_LOGON
        The value of this property is used as the user name when performing an internal logon. Usually this will be "SYS" or "SYSDBA".

        As of 12.1 server and driver, "SYSBACKUP", "SYSDG" and "SYSKM" are also supported.

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_INTERNAL_LOGON_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_INTERNAL_LOGON_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_INTERNAL_LOGON_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_INTERNAL_LOGON_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CREATE_DESCRIPTOR_USE_CURRENT_SCHEMA_FOR_SCHEMA_NAME

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CREATE_DESCRIPTOR_USE_CURRENT_SCHEMA_FOR_SCHEMA_NAME
        The user has to provide fully qualified ADT name ([username].[adt name]) for all ADT operations. However, if the user does not provide fully qualified name, the user name provided during login is appended to the ADT name to obtain fully qualified name. This is also the behavior when this flag is set to false.

        The user also has an option to append the CURRENT_USER value to the ADT name to obtain fully qualified name by setting this property to true. Note that it takes a network round trip to fetch the CURRENT_SCHEMA value.

        The default value of this flag is false which means that the driver appends the user name used to login as the user name to append to the ADT name.

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CREATE_DESCRIPTOR_USE_CURRENT_SCHEMA_FOR_SCHEMA_NAME_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CREATE_DESCRIPTOR_USE_CURRENT_SCHEMA_FOR_SCHEMA_NAME_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CREATE_DESCRIPTOR_USE_CURRENT_SCHEMA_FOR_SCHEMA_NAME_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CREATE_DESCRIPTOR_USE_CURRENT_SCHEMA_FOR_SCHEMA_NAME_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_SVC_CTX_HANDLE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_SVC_CTX_HANDLE_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_SVC_CTX_HANDLE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_SVC_CTX_HANDLE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_ENV_HANDLE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_ENV_HANDLE_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_ENV_HANDLE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_ENV_HANDLE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_ERR_HANDLE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_ERR_HANDLE_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_ERR_HANDLE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_ERR_HANDLE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PRELIM_AUTH

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PRELIM_AUTH
        If this property is set to "true", JDBC drivers connect in PRELIM_AUTH mode, which is the only mode that is permitted when the database is down.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PRELIM_AUTH_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PRELIM_AUTH_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SET_NEW_PASSWORD

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SET_NEW_PASSWORD
        Deprecated.
        Property which sets enables the user to set a new password during connection. This property is deprecated since 12.2 and should not be used. Use oracle.jdbc.newPassword.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SET_NEW_PASSWORD_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SET_NEW_PASSWORD_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SET_NEW_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SET_NEW_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_EXECUTE_BATCH

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_EXECUTE_BATCH
        Deprecated.
        Oracle-Style batching is desupported. Standard JDBC batch execution is recommended instead.
        The value of this property is ignored since the 20c release. Prior to 20c, the value of this property would configure the default batch size when using Oracle-Style batching.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_EXECUTE_BATCH_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_EXECUTE_BATCH_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_EXECUTE_BATCH_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_EXECUTE_BATCH_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_ROW_PREFETCH

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_ROW_PREFETCH
        The value of this property is used as the default number of rows to prefetch.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_ROW_PREFETCH_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_ROW_PREFETCH_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_ROW_PREFETCH_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_ROW_PREFETCH_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_LOB_PREFETCH_SIZE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_LOB_PREFETCH_SIZE
        The value of this property is used as the default LOB prefetch size for this connection.

        The LOB prefetch size can be overriden at the statement level through the setLobPrefetchSize(int) which is defined in oracle.jdbc.OracleStatement. The statement level LOB prefetch size can be overriden at the column level through the defineColumnType method.

        The value can be "-1" to disable LOB prefetch for this connection, "0" to enable LOB prefetch for meta-data only or any value greater than 0 which represents a number of bytes for BLOBs and chars for CLOBs to be prefetched along with the locator during fetch operations. The default value for this property is "32768".

        Since:
        11.2
        See Also:
        OracleStatement.setLobPrefetchSize, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_LOB_PREFETCH_SIZE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_LOB_PREFETCH_SIZE_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_LOB_PREFETCH_SIZE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_LOB_PREFETCH_SIZE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_DATA_IN_LOCATOR

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_DATA_IN_LOCATOR
        The value of this property is used to control the use of the Data in Locator feature of the server.

        Data in Locator is a server side feature introduced in 10.2. For small lobs the actual data in included in the locator bytes shipped to the client. These may be shipped back and forth several times as the client accesses the lob using the lob APIs. For fast networks this actually increases performance because it greatly reduces server CPU consumption.

        For slower networks there is a net slow down. Setting this property to false will disable this feature.

        This property is currently only effective for the thin driver.

        Data in Locator is automatically disabled when Lob Prefetch is enabled. Thus this property will most likely be used for 10.2 servers where lob prefetch is not available.

        Since:
        11.2
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_DATA_IN_LOCATOR_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_DATA_IN_LOCATOR_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_DATA_IN_LOCATOR_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_DATA_IN_LOCATOR_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_READ_DATA_IN_LOCATOR

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_READ_DATA_IN_LOCATOR
        The value of this property is used to control the use of the Data in Locator feature by the client.

        Data in Locator is a server side feature introduced in 10.2. The JDBC driver is enhanced to use this data directly. This saves a number of round trips which previously occurred when lob APIs were used to read the data.

        This feature is only enabled for 10.2 servers. For earlier servers the Data in Locator feature did not exist and for later ones the lob prefetch functionality make this uunnecessary and the new lob storage types complicate the locator structure.

        Since:
        11.2
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_READ_DATA_IN_LOCATOR_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_READ_DATA_IN_LOCATOR_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_READ_DATA_IN_LOCATOR_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_READ_DATA_IN_LOCATOR_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REPORT_REMARKS

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REPORT_REMARKS
        If the value of this property is "true", OracleDatabaseMetaData will include remarks in the meta data. This can result in a substantial reduction in performance.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REPORT_REMARKS_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REPORT_REMARKS_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REPORT_REMARKS_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REPORT_REMARKS_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_INCLUDE_SYNONYMS

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_INCLUDE_SYNONYMS
        If the value of this property is "true", JDBC will include synonyms when getting information about a column.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_INCLUDE_SYNONYMS_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_INCLUDE_SYNONYMS_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_INCLUDE_SYNONYMS_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_INCLUDE_SYNONYMS_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESTRICT_GETTABLES

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESTRICT_GETTABLES
        If the value of this property is "true", JDBC will return a more refined value for DatabaseMeta.getTables. By default JDBC will return things that are not accessible tables. These can be non-table objects or accessible synonymns for inaccessible tables. If this property is true JDBC will return only accessible tables. This has a substantial performance penalty.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESTRICT_GETTABLES_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESTRICT_GETTABLES_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESTRICT_GETTABLES_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESTRICT_GETTABLES_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ACCUMULATE_BATCH_RESULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ACCUMULATE_BATCH_RESULT
        When using Oracle style batching, JDBC determines when to flush a batch to the database. If this property is true, then the number of modified rows accumulated across all batches flushed from a single statement. The default is to count each batch separately.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ACCUMULATE_BATCH_RESULT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ACCUMULATE_BATCH_RESULT_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ACCUMULATE_BATCH_RESULT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ACCUMULATE_BATCH_RESULT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_FETCH_SIZE_WITH_LONG_COLUMN

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_FETCH_SIZE_WITH_LONG_COLUMN
        If the value of this property is "true", then JDBC will prefetch rows even though there is a LONG or LONG RAW column in the result. By default JDBC fetches only one row at a time if there are LONG or LONG RAW columns in the result. Setting this property to "true" can improve performance but can also cause SQLExceptions if the results are too big.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_FETCH_SIZE_WITH_LONG_COLUMN_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_FETCH_SIZE_WITH_LONG_COLUMN_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_FETCH_SIZE_WITH_LONG_COLUMN_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_FETCH_SIZE_WITH_LONG_COLUMN_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROCESS_ESCAPES

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROCESS_ESCAPES
        If the value of this property is "false" then the default setting for Statement.setEscapeProccessing is false.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROCESS_ESCAPES_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROCESS_ESCAPES_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROCESS_ESCAPES_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PROCESS_ESCAPES_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_FIXED_STRING

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_FIXED_STRING
        If the value of this property is "true", JDBC will use FIXED CHAR semantic when setObject is called with a String argument. By default JDBC uses VARCHAR semantics. The difference is in blank padding. With the default there is no blank padding so, for example, 'a' does not equal 'a ' in a CHAR(4). If true these two will be equal.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_FIXED_STRING_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_FIXED_STRING_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_FIXED_STRING_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_FIXED_STRING_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULTNCHAR

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULTNCHAR
        If the value of this property is "true", the default mode for all character data columns will be NCHAR.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULTNCHAR_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULTNCHAR_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULTNCHAR_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULTNCHAR_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESOURCE_MANAGER_ID_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESOURCE_MANAGER_ID_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESOURCE_MANAGER_ID_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_RESOURCE_MANAGER_ID_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DISABLE_DEFINECOLUMNTYPE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DISABLE_DEFINECOLUMNTYPE
        Disable the method OracleStatement.defineColumnType when equal "true". When this connection property has the value true, the method defineColumnType is has no effect. This is highly recommended when using the Thin driver, especially when the database character set contains four byte characters that expand to two UCS2 surrogate characters, e.g. AL32UTF8. The method defineColumnType provides no performance benefit (or any other benefit) when used with the 10g Thin driver. This property is provided so that you do not have to remove the calls from your code. This is especially valuable if you use the same code with Thin driver and either the OCI or Server Internal driver.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DISABLE_DEFINECOLUMNTYPE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DISABLE_DEFINECOLUMNTYPE_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DISABLE_DEFINECOLUMNTYPE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DISABLE_DEFINECOLUMNTYPE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONVERT_NCHAR_LITERALS

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONVERT_NCHAR_LITERALS
        Convert NCHAR literals to Unicode literals when equal "true". The default is true.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONVERT_NCHAR_LITERALS_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONVERT_NCHAR_LITERALS_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONVERT_NCHAR_LITERALS_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONVERT_NCHAR_LITERALS_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_AUTO_COMMIT_SPEC_COMPLIANT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_AUTO_COMMIT_SPEC_COMPLIANT
        Alters the auto-commit behavior of the driver. By default the driver complies with JDBC specification. User can choose to alter the behavior by changing the value of this flag.

        Oracle JDBC 12.1 drivers comply with JDBC specification 4.1 and will:

        Because the standard behavior may break existing applications, this flag is provided as a convenience and can be set to false. Most applications may never need to set this flag. Users are encouraged to modify their applications to support the specification instead of using this flag.

        Since:
        12.1
        See Also:
        Connection.commit(), Connection.rollback(), Connection.setAutoCommit(boolean), Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_AUTO_COMMIT_SPEC_COMPLIANT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_AUTO_COMMIT_SPEC_COMPLIANT_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_AUTO_COMMIT_SPEC_COMPLIANT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_AUTO_COMMIT_SPEC_COMPLIANT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_JDBC_STANDARD_BEHAVIOR

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_JDBC_STANDARD_BEHAVIOR
        Ensures the driver is in strict compliance with the JDBC specification. When "false" (the default), previous Oracle specific non-standard deviations from the standard are maintained. When "true", this flag will override the behavior of all other compatibility flags. For complete backwards compatibility with previous drivers which differed from the JDBC standards, you should leave this flag set to "false". If you require compliance with the JDBC standard, then " set to "true"; this ensures ALL non-standard behavior is removed from the driver. Note that backwards compatibility and standards compliance is often contradictory and you can't have both.
        Since:
        12.2
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_JDBC_STANDARD_BEHAVIOR_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_JDBC_STANDARD_BEHAVIOR_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_JDBC_STANDARD_BEHAVIOR_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_JDBC_STANDARD_BEHAVIOR_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_J2EE13_COMPLIANT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_J2EE13_COMPLIANT
        Deprecated.
        This property could be removed in the future and the default will be true. So if this property is used as workaround to turn off compliant behavior, consider changing the application.
        If the value of this property is "true", JDBC uses strict compliance for some edge cases. In general Oracle's JDBC drivers will allow some operations that are not permitted in the strict interpretation of J2EE 1.3. Setting this property to true will cause those cases to throw SQLExceptions. There are some other edge cases where Oracle's JDBC drivers have slightly different behavior than defined in J2EE 1.3. This results from Oracle having defined the behavior prior to the J2EE 1.3 specification and the resultant need for compatibility with existing customer code. Setting this property will result in full J2EE 1.3 compliance at the cost of incompatibility with some customer code. Can be either a system property or a connection property.

        The driver would behave differently in the following way when the property is set.

        • Throws an exception when executeQuery is invoked on a DML
        • Throws an exception when executeUpdate is invoked on a Query
        • MetaData.getScale returns 0 for unconstrained NUMBER column
        • getObject on a NUMBER column with precision 0 and scale unconstrained returns Double
        • ResultSetMetaData.getColumnType on a NUMBER column with precision 0 and scale unconstrained returns FLOAT
        • ResultSetMetaData.getColumnClassName on a NUMBER column with precision 0 and scale unconstrained returns java.lang.Double
        • getObject on a TIMESTAMP column returns an object of type java.sql.Timestamp
        • ResultSetMetaData.getColumnClassName on a TIMESTAMP column returns java.sql.Timestamp

        The property is false by default for all drivers while using regular JDBC library. The value of this property is true by default in DMS jar file.

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_J2EE13_COMPLIANT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_J2EE13_COMPLIANT_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_J2EE13_COMPLIANT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_J2EE13_COMPLIANT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_PARENT_NAME

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_PARENT_NAME
        Override the default DMS parent name. This property should only be set if it is absolutely necessary to do so. For most cases, the default name should be used.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_PARENT_NAME_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_PARENT_NAME_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_PARENT_NAME_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_PARENT_NAME_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_PARENT_TYPE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_PARENT_TYPE
        Override the default DMS parent type. This property should only be set if it is absolutely necessary to do so. For most cases, the default type should be used.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_PARENT_TYPE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_PARENT_TYPE_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_PARENT_TYPE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_PARENT_TYPE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_STMT_METRICS

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_STMT_METRICS
        Property which enables/disables DMS Statement metrics
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_STMT_METRICS_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_STMT_METRICS_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_STMT_METRICS_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_STMT_METRICS_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_STMT_CACHING_METRICS

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_STMT_CACHING_METRICS
        Deprecated.
        This property no longer has any effect.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_STMT_CACHING_METRICS_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_STMT_CACHING_METRICS_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_STMT_CACHING_METRICS_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DMS_STMT_CACHING_METRICS_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_MAP_DATE_TO_TIMESTAMP

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_MAP_DATE_TO_TIMESTAMP
        This connection property lets you define how the driver will map SQL DATE values in the database to Java types. Since Oracle SQL DATE includes a time component and java.sql.Date does not, mapping DATE to java.sql.Date looses information. It is more appropriate to map DATE to java.sql.Timestamp and that is the default behavior.

        The 9i and 10g drivers mistakenly mapped DATE to java.sql.Date by default. Setting this property to false will cause the driver to map SQL DATE to java.util.Date with the corresponding loss of time information in each DATE value. This is for backwards compatibility only.

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_MAP_DATE_TO_TIMESTAMP_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_MAP_DATE_TO_TIMESTAMP_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_MAP_DATE_TO_TIMESTAMP_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_MAP_DATE_TO_TIMESTAMP_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_THREADLOCAL_BUFFER_CACHE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_THREADLOCAL_BUFFER_CACHE
        If true, the statement data buffers are cached on a per thread basis. If false, the data buffers are cached on a per connection basis. These buffers can be quite large. It is important that the number of them be minimized.

        In most cases you should use the per connection cache. However if your app has many more idle connections than active connections at any given moment then using the thread local cache may reduce the total JDBC driver memory footprint. If you are not having a problem with Java heap size, leave this alone.

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_THREADLOCAL_BUFFER_CACHE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_THREADLOCAL_BUFFER_CACHE_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_THREADLOCAL_BUFFER_CACHE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_THREADLOCAL_BUFFER_CACHE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRIVER_NAME_ATTRIBUTE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRIVER_NAME_ATTRIBUTE
        The value passed to the server for the OCI_ATTR_DRIVER_NAME. This property is supported with both the OCI and Thin drivers. The attribute aids in diagnosability. In most cases you should not need to set it. The value is limited to a maximum of 8 printable 7-bit ASCII characters. The default value depends on which driver is used. The default value for the THIN driver is "jdbcthin" and the default value for the OCI driver is "jdbcoci".
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRIVER_NAME_ATTRIBUTE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRIVER_NAME_ATTRIBUTE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRIVER_NAME_ATTRIBUTE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRIVER_NAME_ATTRIBUTE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_MAX_CACHED_BUFFER_SIZE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_MAX_CACHED_BUFFER_SIZE
        The log base 2 of the size of the largest internal char or byte data buffer that the driver should cache. The default is 30 which means the largest cached buffer is 1 giga(byte/char). Values greater than 30 are treated as the actual buffer size. Values less than 12 will effectively disable the buffer cache. Rather than setting the value less than 16, you should increase the amount of heap available to your application by setting -Xmx and -Xms.

        The driver uses char and byte buffers to retrieve query results. These buffers can be quite large and are cached. If some queries create particularly large buffers, the driver will attempt to cache those large buffers. This may possibly reduce performance. The The best way to approach this problem is to reduce buffer size of those queries by setting their fetch_size to a smaller value, but if that is impractical, you can set this property to prevent these large buffers from being cached. The appropriate value depends on the heap size, number of connections open, number of statements open at once, and fraction of the heap that can be allocated to JDBC. A reasonable starting point for a middle-tier application server might be 21 (2MB). It bears repating that you are better off setting the fetch size of the problematic statements, if possible.

        See Also:
        USE_THREAD_LOCAL_BUFFER_CACHE, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_MAX_CACHED_BUFFER_SIZE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_MAX_CACHED_BUFFER_SIZE_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_MAX_CACHED_BUFFER_SIZE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_MAX_CACHED_BUFFER_SIZE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_IMPLICIT_STATEMENT_CACHE_SIZE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_IMPLICIT_STATEMENT_CACHE_SIZE
        The maximum number of statements that will be stored in this connection's statement cache. The default is 0 which disables the statement cache. If set to a value greater than 0, the implicit statement cache is enabled. Calls to setStatementCacheSize and setImplicitCachingEnabled override this.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_IMPLICIT_STATEMENT_CACHE_SIZE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_IMPLICIT_STATEMENT_CACHE_SIZE_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_IMPLICIT_STATEMENT_CACHE_SIZE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_IMPLICIT_STATEMENT_CACHE_SIZE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_LOB_STREAM_POS_STANDARD_COMPLIANT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_LOB_STREAM_POS_STANDARD_COMPLIANT
        Previous releases allowed the value of 0L to be set for the position parameter of Blob.setBinaryStream and Clob.setAsciiStream and setCharacterStream which is not correct in the specification. It had the same effect as setting 1L. This was a legacy of the orginal Oracle proprietary APiS. If this switch is set false the old incorrect behavior is retained for compatibility
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_LOB_STREAM_POS_STANDARD_COMPLIANT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_LOB_STREAM_POS_STANDARD_COMPLIANT_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_LOB_STREAM_POS_STANDARD_COMPLIANT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_LOB_STREAM_POS_STANDARD_COMPLIANT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_STRICT_ASCII_CONVERSION

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_STRICT_ASCII_CONVERSION
        The Oracle JDBC has been doing quick ASCII conversion (use only the low bytes) in different areas for the sake of performance. However, when the input characters are not pure ASCII, they need to be converted to the corresponding ASCII replacement characters. To accomodate this need, Oracle JDBC implements this flag. This flag is default to false, in which no characters will be converted, quick ASCII conversion is done for good performance. When this flag is set to true, Oracle JDBC will check for non-ASCII characters and convert them with replacement characters. This flag controls all areas where ASCII conversion is done.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_STRICT_ASCII_CONVERSION_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_STRICT_ASCII_CONVERSION_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_STRICT_ASCII_CONVERSION_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_STRICT_ASCII_CONVERSION_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONNECTION_CLASS

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONNECTION_CLASS
        Specify the connection class name for Database Resident Connection Pool (DRCP). Connection class must be provided to enable DRCP. Along with the connection class the URL must be altered to include (SERVER=POOLED) in long URL form. In thin the short URL form should be modified to append :POOLED.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONNECTION_CLASS_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONNECTION_CLASS_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONNECTION_CLASS_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONNECTION_CLASS_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_TAG_NAME

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_TAG_NAME
        This is the tag name that for Database Resident Connection Pool (DRCP). Tag name is provided during connect time. The server will make an attempt to obtain a server process of the same tag. If it succeeds the next #attachConnection() will return true.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_TAG_NAME_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_TAG_NAME_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_TAG_NAME_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_TAG_NAME_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONNECTION_PURITY

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONNECTION_PURITY
        Specify the connection purity for a Database Resident Connection Pool (DRCP) connection. Session purity specifies whether the application wants a "brand new" session or whether the application logic is set up to reuse a "pooled" session. There are two possible values, NEW or SELF. The default is SELF.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONNECTION_PURITY_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONNECTION_PURITY_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONNECTION_PURITY_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONNECTION_PURITY_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_DRCP_MULTIPLE_TAG

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_DRCP_MULTIPLE_TAG
        Enables multiple tagging feature in DRCP. Default value is false.
        A valid tag has to be a key value pair separated by = character. Multiple tags are separated by ; character.
        Value of key and value can not be null or empty. This property is valid only for thin driver.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_DRCP_MULTIPLE_TAG_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_DRCP_MULTIPLE_TAG_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_DRCP_MULTIPLE_TAG_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_DRCP_MULTIPLE_TAG_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_PLSQL_CALLBACK

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_PLSQL_CALLBACK
        This is PL/SQL "fix-up" callback name which is provided by the application, and it is used to transform a session checked out from the pool to the desired state requested by the application.
        "fix-up" callback can provide performance improvements to applications by running the "session state fix-up" logic on the server, thereby eliminating application round-trips to the database to run the "fix-up" logic.
        This is an optional configuration.
        This property is valid only for thin driver.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_PLSQL_CALLBACK_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_PLSQL_CALLBACK_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_PLSQL_CALLBACK_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_PLSQL_CALLBACK_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_FORCE_DNS_LOAD_BALANCING

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_FORCE_DNS_LOAD_BALANCING

        When a hostname resolves to multiple addresses, the JDBC thin driver retrieves an array of addresses by calling "InetAddress.getAllByName()" and attempts to connect to first address in the array. If the connection fails, it tries to connect to the second address and so on.

        By default, because "InetAddress.getAllByName()" always returns the addresses in the same order, the first connection attempt will always be made to the same IP address. This defeats the goal of SCAN (Single Client Access Name which is a 11.2 RAC feature). In order to force the the driver to make the first connection attempt to a different IP address each time, you can set this property to "true". The default value is "false".

        When this connection is set to "true", the array of IP addresses that a hostname resolves to, will be rotated by one for each new JDBC connection. As a result, DNS load balancing will happen properly.

        This is a JDBC thin driver property only.

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_FORCE_DNS_LOAD_BALANCING_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_FORCE_DNS_LOAD_BALANCING_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_FORCE_DNS_LOAD_BALANCING_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_FORCE_DNS_LOAD_BALANCING_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_TEMP_LOB_REF_COUNT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_TEMP_LOB_REF_COUNT

        By default the JDBC thin driver counts the temp LOB references and only closes them on the server when this count is down to zero. For example it may happen that two instances of CLOB (or OracleClob) A and B point to the same temp lob. At this point thin's temp lob ref count is 2. If you close A, no roundtrip will be issued because B is still holding on the temp LOB (counts is 1). Thin will send a close to the database only when B is also closed.

        The JDBC Thin driver will tell the server that it's counting temp lob references so that the server's temp lob ref count is always 1 as long as a close hasn't been issued.

        If you're running into ORA-22922: NONEXISTENT LOB VALUE errors in your application you should make sure that you haven't accidentally set this property to false.

        This property applies to the JDBC Thin driver only. It's new in 11.2.0.3.

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_TEMP_LOB_REF_COUNT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_TEMP_LOB_REF_COUNT_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_TEMP_LOB_REF_COUNT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_TEMP_LOB_REF_COUNT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NET_KEEPALIVE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NET_KEEPALIVE_DEFAULT
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NET_KEEPALIVE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NET_KEEPALIVE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SQL_TRANSLATION_PROFILE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SQL_TRANSLATION_PROFILE

        The string identifier for the translation profile or the translator to be used. Presence of this property activates the support for SQL Translation and is thus mandatory if SQL Translation feature is required.

        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SQL_TRANSLATION_PROFILE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SQL_TRANSLATION_PROFILE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SQL_TRANSLATION_PROFILE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SQL_TRANSLATION_PROFILE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SQL_ERROR_TRANSLATION_FILE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SQL_ERROR_TRANSLATION_FILE

        Path to an xml file which provides the Error code translations for those errors which occur if a connection can not be established to the server. The XML file is to be provided by the user and must conform to the following DTD. This is an optional property and if not provided then untranslated exceptions with oracle error codes are thrown. This property only affects the exceptions which happen when a connection to the server cannot be established. Once connection is established the translation happens on the server bypassing the local error translation file.

        <!DOCTYPE LocalTranslationProfile[
        <!ELEMENT LocalTranslationProfile (Exception+)>
        <!ELEMENT Exception (ORAError, ErrorCode, SQLState )>
        <!ELEMENT ORAError (#PCDATA)>
        <!ELEMENT ErrorCode (#PCDATA)>
        <!ELEMENT SQLState (#PCDATA)>
        ]>
        
              
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SQL_ERROR_TRANSLATION_FILE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SQL_ERROR_TRANSLATION_FILE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SQL_ERROR_TRANSLATION_FILE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SQL_ERROR_TRANSLATION_FILE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_READONLY_INSTANCE_ALLOWED

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_READONLY_INSTANCE_ALLOWED
        This property allows connection creation to a read-only instance if the value is set to true. It is applicable for sharded database only. The default value is false. This property is only supported by Thin driver.
        Since:
        21c
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_READONLY_INSTANCE_ALLOWED_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_READONLY_INSTANCE_ALLOWED_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_READONLY_INSTANCE_ALLOWED_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_READONLY_INSTANCE_ALLOWED_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_RESULTSET_CACHE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_RESULTSET_CACHE
        This property is ignored in 18c.
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_RESULTSET_CACHE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_RESULTSET_CACHE_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_RESULTSET_CACHE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_RESULTSET_CACHE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_QUERY_RESULT_CACHE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_QUERY_RESULT_CACHE
        This property is introduced in 18c. If set to false, this property turns off the ResultSet Cache feature of the JDBC Thin driver. To use this feature the server-side initialization parameter CLIENT_RESULT_CACHE_SIZE also has to be configured to a non zero value. This value controls how much memory the Thin driver can use for its cache.
        A read-only or read-mostly table can then be annoted (RESULT_CACHE(MODE FORCE) for example) for its data to be cached on the driver. You can also use a SQL hint /*+result_cache */ to identify queries that are worth being cached.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_QUERY_RESULT_CACHE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_QUERY_RESULT_CACHE_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_QUERY_RESULT_CACHE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_QUERY_RESULT_CACHE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_BACKWARD_COMPATIBLE_UPDATEABLE_RESULTSET

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_BACKWARD_COMPATIBLE_UPDATEABLE_RESULTSET
        If set to true, use the old, pre 12.1.0.2.0, updateable ResultSet behavior. If false use JDBC standard compliant updateable ResultSet behavior.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_BACKWARD_COMPATIBLE_UPDATEABLE_RESULTSET_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_BACKWARD_COMPATIBLE_UPDATEABLE_RESULTSET_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_BACKWARD_COMPATIBLE_UPDATEABLE_RESULTSET_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_BACKWARD_COMPATIBLE_UPDATEABLE_RESULTSET_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION

        Minimum authentication protocol required by the client. The term VERSION in the parameter name refers to the version of the authentication protocol, not the Oracle Database release. If the database doesn't meet or exceed the value defined by this parameter, then JDBC throws ORA-17292 : No valid logon method found. Allowed values :

        • 12a
        • 12
        • 11
        • 10
        • 8
        Thus if client sets the allowedLogonVersion to be 10. Then connection would fail if the database server doesn support authentication protocol 10 or above ie 11, 12 and 12a. And similarly for other values. Default logon version for JDBC thin is 8. These values are JDBC thin counterpart of SQLNET.ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION_CLIENT. For more information on the logon values and authentication protocol, read the documenation for SQLNET.ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION_CLIENT and SQLNET.ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION_SERVER.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ALLOWED_LOGON_VERSION_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_COMMIT_OPTION

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_COMMIT_OPTION
        This connection property lets you define a default commit option that will be used when calling connection.commit();. This can be useful in cases where you don't want to rewrite your application to specify a commit option at the call level, such as connection.commit(myCommitOption);.

        This property can be set at the system level (all connections will use it) or at the connection level (only that particular connection will be affected). A call level commit option will override the default value.

        Note that by default, if you don't set this property, the commit option is '0', zero, and the Oracle server's defaults apply. These defaults are: IMMEDIATE and WAIT (IO operations are done immediately and the call waits until the operation has completed to return).

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_COMMIT_OPTION_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_COMMIT_OPTION_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_COMMIT_OPTION_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_COMMIT_OPTION_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DOWN_HOSTS_TIMEOUT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DOWN_HOSTS_TIMEOUT

        To specify the amount of time in seconds that information about the down state of server hosts is kept in driver's cache.

        The driver discovers the down state of server hosts when attempting connections. When a connection attempt fails, the information about the down state of the server host is added to the driver's cache. Subsequent connection attempts moves the down hosts to the end of the address list, thereby reducing the priority of such hosts. When the time specified by the oracle.net.DOWN_HOSTS_TIMEOUT parameter has passed, the host is purged from the driver's cache, and its priority in the address list is restored.

        Default value is 600 seconds.

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DOWN_HOSTS_TIMEOUT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DOWN_HOSTS_TIMEOUT_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DOWN_HOSTS_TIMEOUT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DOWN_HOSTS_TIMEOUT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_FAN_ENABLED

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_FAN_ENABLED
        Specifies whether driver High Availability (HA) or FAN (Fast Application Notification) is enabled.

        This property can be set at the system level (which applies to all connections), or at the connection level (which applies to a particular connection). The property is applicable to THIN and JDBC-OCI drivers only.

        By default, if you don't set this property, FAN/HA is enabled. The primary use of this property is to disable driver HA/FAN.

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_FAN_ENABLED_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_FAN_ENABLED_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TNS_ADMIN

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TNS_ADMIN
        This property is used for setting the TNS Admin path. When using TNS Names with JDBC Thin driver this property has to be set to the directory which contains the tnsnames.ora file.
        This property can also be used to set the path of a properties file. When set, the driver will look for a file named ojdbc.properties in the TNS Admin directory.
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONFIG_FILE, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TNS_ADMIN_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TNS_ADMIN_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TNS_ADMIN_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TNS_ADMIN_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION

        Enables compression of the protocol data sent over network. The value can be either "on" , "off" or "auto". The default value is "off".

        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_DEFAULT
        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_LEVELS

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_LEVELS
        The value is a comma separated list of supported levels in the user preference order surrounded by brackets. The value is used at the time of negotiation to check what levels can be supported by both the client and the server and decide on the first common match. Thin driver only supports ("high") compression level and it is the default value, so setting this property is optional. Please note that the server should be configured to support high compression level. By default the server supports only low compression level.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_LEVELS_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_LEVELS_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_LEVELS_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_LEVELS_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_THRESHOLD

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_THRESHOLD
        Minimum size of data in packet required to perform compression. Packet compression will not be done if size of data to be sent in the packet is less than specified value. The default is "1024". The value cannot be less than "200". The value is in bytes.
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_THRESHOLD_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_THRESHOLD_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_THRESHOLD_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NETWORK_COMPRESSION_THRESHOLD_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONFIG_FILE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONFIG_FILE
        This property provides the location of one or more properties files. When a connection is opened, the driver will read connection properties from these files. This feature is not supported for connections made by the server-side internal driver.
        A file location can be a simple path: "path/to/my/file", or a platform neutral file URI: "file:///path/to/my/file".
        Multiple files can be given as a comma delimited list: "fileOne, fileTwo, fileThree". The list may contain the value "default", which will be resolved as the default locations described below. Higher precedence is given to files which appear later in the list. In the example, a property defined in fileThree would override fileTwo's definition of that property. Likewise, fileTwo's definitions can override fileOne's.
        This feature can be explictly disabled by setting this property to an empty string.

        Default File Locations
        If oracle.jdbc.config.file is not set, the driver will attempt to read from a default location: $TNS_ADMIN/ojdbc.properties. Here, $TNS_ADMIN can refer to "TNS_ADMIN" set as a system property or environment variable. It can also refer to the connection property CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TNS_ADMIN. If the connection property is set, the driver will use that value rather than the system property or environment variable. If the connection property is not set, "TNS_ADMIN" as a system property will override the environment variable.
        If a tnsnames alias is used to connect, the driver will also attempt to read from $TNS_ADMIN/ojdbc_<alias>.properties, where <alias> is the name given in the connection string. For example: A DataSource configured with "jdbc:oracle:thin:@orcl" would read connection properties from $TNS_ADMIN/ojdbc_orcl.properties, in addition to $TNS_ADMIN/ojdbc.properties. A property defined in ojdbc_orcl.properties would override ojdbc.properties' definition of that property. If ojdbc.properties does not exist, then properties will only be read from ojdbc_<alias>.properties.
        There is no requirement that any of the default files actually exist. If the driver can not locate one of the default files, or it can not resolve the value of $TNS_ADMIN, it will still attempt to connect with any properties provided by alternative sources such as system propeties or a Properties object.

        Properties File Syntax
        Files are read according to the "simple line-oriented format" described in the JavaDoc of Properties.load(java.io.Reader). Any property which has ACCESSMODE_FILEPROP can be defined in a file.
        The basic properties file format is extended to support environment variable and system property evaluation. These evaluated expressions can appear within the value of a property, but not the name. The syntax and meaning of evaluated expressions are as follows:
        1. "${xyz}" is replaced with a system property or environment variable named "xyz". The environment variable is used only if the system property is not defined. If neither are defined, the driver will throw a SQLException.
        2. "?" is replaced with the value of the ORACLE_HOME environment variable. If the environment variable is not defined, the driver will throw a SQLException.
        3. "${/}" is replaced with the file system's path separator. "path${/}to${/}" is replaced with "path/to/" on Linux, and "path\to\" on Windows.
        4. Two consecutive special characters will escape evaluation.
          • "$${xyz}" is replaced with "${xyz}"
          • "??abc" is replaced with "?abc"

        Precedence
        An order of precedence is applied when connection properties are defined by multiple sources. A property's value will always be resolved by the source which has the highest precedence. The sources of connection properties, ranked from highest to lowest precedence are:
        1. Properties set in the connection URL.
        2. A Properties object passed to OracleDataSource, DriverManager, etc.
        3. The jar-internal properties file: defaultConnectionProperties.properties in the oracle.jdbc package
        4. Java system properties
        5. An external properties file: A default under $TNS_ADMIN, or one given by oracle.jdbc.config.file
        6. The default value of a property, as specified by the CONNECTION_PROPERTY_{name}_DEFAULT constants
        See Also:
        Properties.load(Reader), ACCESSMODE_FILEPROP, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONFIG_FILE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONFIG_FILE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONFIG_FILE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONFIG_FILE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WEBSOCKET_USER

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WEBSOCKET_USER
        This connection property is used to configure the username of the webserver, when the JDBC Thin driver is configured to connect to a webserver using the Secure Websocket protocol (WSS).
        The webserver acts as a reverse proxy for the Oracle Database.
        The default value of this property is null.
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WEBSOCKET_PASSWORD, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WEBSOCKET_USER_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WEBSOCKET_USER_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WEBSOCKET_USER_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WEBSOCKET_USER_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WEBSOCKET_PASSWORD

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WEBSOCKET_PASSWORD
        This connection property is used to configure the password of the webserver, when the JDBC Thin driver is configured to connect to a webserver using the Secure Websocket protocol (WSS).
        The webserver acts as a reverse proxy for the Oracle Database.
        The default value of this property is null.
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WEBSOCKET_USER, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WEBSOCKET_PASSWORD_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WEBSOCKET_PASSWORD_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WEBSOCKET_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WEBSOCKET_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SOCKS_PROXY_HOST_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SOCKS_PROXY_HOST_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SOCKS_PROXY_HOST_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SOCKS_PROXY_HOST_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SOCKS_PROXY_PORT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SOCKS_PROXY_PORT_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SOCKS_PROXY_PORT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SOCKS_PROXY_PORT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SOCKS_REMOTE_DNS_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SOCKS_REMOTE_DNS_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SOCKS_REMOTE_DNS_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SOCKS_REMOTE_DNS_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_CONNECTION_VALIDATION

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_CONNECTION_VALIDATION
        This connection property is used to specify how much effort to put into validating a Connection.
        This property controls what isValid() does.
        The possible values for this property are - "NONE", "LOCAL", "SOCKET", "NETWORK", "SERVER" and "COMPLETE".
        The values are case-sensitive, setting any other value throws exception.
        The default value of this property is "NETWORK".
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_CONNECTION_VALIDATION_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_CONNECTION_VALIDATION_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_CONNECTION_VALIDATION_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DEFAULT_CONNECTION_VALIDATION_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_AC_SUPPORT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_AC_SUPPORT
        Specifies whether driver support for Application Continuity (AC) is enabled.

        This property can be set at the system level (which applies to all connections), or at the connection level (which applies to a particular connection). The property is applicable to THIN driver only.

        By default, if you don't set this property, AC support is enabled on the JDBC driver data sources. The primary use of this property is to disable AC on the data sources.

        Note that when this property is set to true, whether AC is actually active depends on other factors like server AC configuration.

        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_AC_SUPPORT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_AC_SUPPORT_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_AC_SUPPORT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_AC_SUPPORT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_TG_SUPPORT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_TG_SUPPORT
        Specifies whether driver support for Transaction Guard (TG) is enabled.

        This property can be set at the system level (which applies to all connections), or at the connection level (which applies to a particular connection). The property is applicable to THIN driver only.

        By default, if you don't set this property, TG support is disabled on the JDBC driver data sources, unless Application Continuity (AC) is enabled. The primary use of this property is to enable TG on the data sources, when AC is not enabled.

        Note that when this property is set to true, whether TG is actually active depends on other factors like server TG configuration. One way to check if TG is actually enabled is to call getLogicalTransactionId on oracle.jdbc.OracleConnection and verify that the returned value is not null.

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_TG_SUPPORT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_TG_SUPPORT_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_TG_SUPPORT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_TG_SUPPORT_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_IMPLICIT_REQUESTS

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_IMPLICIT_REQUESTS
        Specifies whether to enable implicit request boundary support for Application Continuity (AC).

        Implicit request support helps to reduce application failover recovery time. This AC optimization should be used with caution for applications that change server session states during a request. For more details, please consult the JDBC and RAC documentations on Auto-AC.

        This property can be set at the system level (which applies to all connections), or at the connection level (which applies to a particular connection). The property is applicable to THIN driver only.

        By default, the value of this property is "true", which means that implicit request support is enabled.

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_IMPLICIT_REQUESTS_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_IMPLICIT_REQUESTS_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_IMPLICIT_REQUESTS_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ENABLE_IMPLICIT_REQUESTS_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_MULTIPLEXING_IN_REQUEST_APIS

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_MULTIPLEXING_IN_REQUEST_APIS
        Specifies whether to enable DRCP-attach in beginRequest and DRCP-detach in endRequest.

        Enabling this makes DRCP transparent to connection pools that call the request-APIs at pool check-out and check-in.

        This property can be set at the system level (which applies to all connections), or at the connection level (which applies to a particular connection).

        By default, the value of this property is "false", which means that the support is disabled.

        See Also:
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_MULTIPLEXING_IN_REQUEST_APIS_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_MULTIPLEXING_IN_REQUEST_APIS_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_MULTIPLEXING_IN_REQUEST_APIS_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_DRCP_MULTIPLEXING_IN_REQUEST_APIS_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONTINUE_BATCH_ON_ERROR

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONTINUE_BATCH_ON_ERROR
        This connection property specifies whether to continue batch execution when server encounters an erroneous row in the batch. If this property value is set to "true", server skips the erroneous row in the batch and continues processing rest of the rows. BatchUpdateException.getLargeUpdateCounts() method can be used to know which row in the batch failed.

        This property is applicable to the THIN driver only. The default value of this property is "false".

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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONTINUE_BATCH_ON_ERROR_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONTINUE_BATCH_ON_ERROR_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONTINUE_BATCH_ON_ERROR_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_CONTINUE_BATCH_ON_ERROR_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPIDLE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPIDLE
        Specifies a number of seconds for a network connection to remain idle before initiating a keep alive probe. If this property is set to a value other than -1, the property value will override any other value set by an EXPIRE_TIME parameter in a connect descriptor URL.

        This property is applicable to the THIN driver only.

        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NET_KEEPALIVE must be set to "true" to enable TCP keep alive.

        The default value is system dependent. If this property is not set, or if it is set to -1, the driver will use the system dependent default value.

        Since:
        20
        See Also:
        ExtendedSocketOptions.TCP_KEEPIDLE, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPIDLE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPIDLE_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPIDLE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPIDLE_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPINTERVAL

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPINTERVAL
        Specifies a number of seconds to wait before retransmitting a keep alive probe.

        This property is applicable to the THIN driver only.

        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NET_KEEPALIVE must be set to "true" to enable TCP keep alive.

        The default value is system dependent. If this property is not set, or if it is set to -1, the driver will use the system dependent default value.

        Since:
        20
        See Also:
        ExtendedSocketOptions.TCP_KEEPINTERVAL, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPINTERVAL_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPINTERVAL_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPINTERVAL_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPINTERVAL_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_SHARDING_DRIVER_CONNECTION

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_SHARDING_DRIVER_CONNECTION
        This is applicable only for the thin driver. Pass "true" to use the sharding driver connection. The sharding driver connection derives a sharding key from a SQL command. "false" is the default behavior which would give a Thin driver connection.
        Since:
        20
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_SHARDING_DRIVER_CONNECTION_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_SHARDING_DRIVER_CONNECTION_DEFAULT
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_SHARDING_DRIVER_CONNECTION_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_USE_SHARDING_DRIVER_CONNECTION_ACCESSMODE
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      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPCOUNT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPCOUNT
        Specifies a maximum number of keep alive probes to be sent before a connection is considered broken.

        This property is applicable to the THIN driver only.

        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_NET_KEEPALIVE must be set to "true" to enable TCP keep alive.

        The default value is system dependent. If this property is not set, or if it is set to -1, the driver will use the system dependent default value.

        Since:
        20
        See Also:
        ExtendedSocketOptions.TCP_KEEPCOUNT, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPCOUNT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPCOUNT_DEFAULT
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPCOUNT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TCP_KEEPCOUNT_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REQUEST_SIZE_LIMIT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REQUEST_SIZE_LIMIT
        Specifies the maximum request size, in terms of number of JDBC calls, beyond which AC replay will be disabled. For example, if the property value is set to 100, it means replay will be disabled for any request with more than 100 JDBC calls in it.

        We recommend that applicationss do not set this property unless there is a demonstrated memory size problem caused by request size and no better solution is feasible.

        Replay disabling applies only to any request that exceeds the limit. Replay will be reenabled at the next beginRequest on the same JDBC physical connection.

        This property can be set at the system level (which applies to all connections), or at the connection level (which applies to a particular connection). The property is applicable to THIN driver only.

        There is a request-size histogram in the AC statistics that users can use to get an idea of the request size distribution of their application. It can be obtained by calling getRequestSizeHistogram() on oracle.jdbc.replay.ReplayStatistics.

        The histogram is also dumped into the Oracle JDBC driver logs, when the driver detects significant memory pressure.

        Users can use the histogram and AC statistics to determine the majority of their request sizes, and set the request-size limit to be slightly above those. For small number of long requests above the limit, users could consider alternatives such as more frequent connection pool checkout/checkin's, deploying Transparent Application Continuity (TAC) to reduce request size, or to allow replay being disabled for requests with only long queries.

        By default, the value of this property is "2147483647", which is Integer.MAX_VALUE that means replay is practically enabled for all requests.

        Since:
        20.1
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REQUEST_SIZE_LIMIT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REQUEST_SIZE_LIMIT_DEFAULT
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REQUEST_SIZE_LIMIT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_REQUEST_SIZE_LIMIT_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_WALLET_FILE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_WALLET_FILE
        Use this property to specify the ONS wallet file, when you need Oracle Fast Application Notification (FAN).

        The Oracle JDBC driver just passes this wallet file to the lower layer. The file can be specified on a global or per-data source basis.

        The supported wallet file specification syntax is the same as for oracle.net.wallet_location

        If the oracle.jdbc.ons.walletfileproperty is not specified but the oracle.net.wallet_location property is, and if the oracle.jdbc.ons.protocol property is set to "TCPS", the driver will use oracle.net.wallet_location property's value as the ONS wallet file. In that case, both the JDBC connection and the ONS connection share the same Oracle wallet.

        Since:
        20.1
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_LOCATION, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_WALLET_FILE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_WALLET_FILE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_WALLET_FILE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_WALLET_FILE_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_WALLET_PASSWORD

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_WALLET_PASSWORD
        Use this property to specify the ONS wallet password, which is only required if you don't enable auto-login in the ONS wallet. In this case "ewallet.p12" will be used instead of "cwallet.sso".
        Since:
        20.1
        See Also:
        CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_PASSWORD, Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_WALLET_PASSWORD_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_WALLET_PASSWORD_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_WALLET_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_WALLET_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_PROTOCOL

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_PROTOCOL
        Use this property to specify the ONS connection protocol, as either "TCP" or "TCPS". The default is "TCP".

        When this property is "TCPS" and oracle.jdbc.ons.walletfile is not specified, any JDBC wallet configured via the connection property oracle.net.wallet_location will also be used as the ONS wallet for ONS connections.

        If oracle.jdbc.ons.walletfile is specified, it will be used as the ONS wallet and the ONS connection protocol is assumed to be TCPS.

        Since:
        20.1
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_PROTOCOL_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_PROTOCOL_DEFAULT
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_PROTOCOL_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ONS_PROTOCOL_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_LOGIN_TIMEOUT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_LOGIN_TIMEOUT
        Configures a timeout for creating a new connection. The value of this property is parsed as an integer number of seconds. A value of 0 configures the driver to not use a timeout. The default value is 0. Values which are less than 0 are invalid.

        When specified, the timeout is applied to any method call which opens a new connection, such as DataSource.getConnection() or ConnectionBuilder.build(). If the timeout expires, these method calls will throw a SQLException with error code 18714.

        A value specified for this property can be overriden by a value set with CommonDataSource.setLoginTimeout(int).

        This property is only supported by the Type 4 driver (ie: jdbc:oracle:thin).

        Since:
        20
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_LOGIN_TIMEOUT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_LOGIN_TIMEOUT_DEFAULT
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_LOGIN_TIMEOUT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_LOGIN_TIMEOUT_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_IN_BAND_NOTIFICATION

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_IN_BAND_NOTIFICATION

        Specifies whether driver in-band notification support is enabled. This feature primarily helps applications to drain connections gracefully during Oracle Autonomous Database (ADB) and Real Application Clusters (RAC) planned maintenance.

        This property can be set at the system level (which applies to all connections), or at the connection level (which applies to a particular connection). The property is applicable to THIN and JDBC-OCI drivers only.

        By default, if you don't set this property, in-band notification is always enabled. The primary use of this property is to disable this feature, which might be necessary in case in-band notification interferes with similar features in upper-stacks (like a connection pool or application container), or malfunctions.

        //_end_m4_ifInServer
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_IN_BAND_NOTIFICATION_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_IN_BAND_NOTIFICATION_DEFAULT
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_IN_BAND_NOTIFICATION_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_IN_BAND_NOTIFICATION_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SSL_CONTEXT_PROTOCOL

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SSL_CONTEXT_PROTOCOL

        Specifies a protocol name for the driver to use when obtaining an instance of SSLContext from SSLContext.getInstance(String) for a TLS enabled database connection.

        This property has no effect on which versions of SSL or TLS will be accepted during handshakes with the database server. To configure the set of protocol versions accepted during handshakes, use CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_SSL_VERSION.

        If this property is not specified, the driver will use "TLS" by default.

        This property is only supported by the Type 4 driver (ie: jdbc:oracle:thin).

        Since:
        20.3
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SSL_CONTEXT_PROTOCOL_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SSL_CONTEXT_PROTOCOL_DEFAULT
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SSL_CONTEXT_PROTOCOL_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SSL_CONTEXT_PROTOCOL_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_AUTHENTICATION

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_AUTHENTICATION

        Enables the use of access tokens that are stored in a file system location when authenticating with Oracle Database.

        In this release of Oracle JDBC, "OCI_TOKEN" and "OAUTH" are the only accepted values for this property. Setting this property to "OCI_TOKEN" or "OAUTH" configures Oracle JDBC to obtain tokens from the file system as described in the JavaDoc of CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_LOCATION.

        If an Oracle Net Descriptor style URL includes the TOKEN_AUTH parameter then the value of that parameter takes precedence over a value defined by this property.

        If a username and password are provided, then Oracle JDBC will use them to authenticate with the database, and this property is ignored.

        If a token is configured using CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ACCESS_TOKEN, then Oracle JDBC will use it to authenticate with the database, and this property is ignored.

        Since:
        23
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_AUTHENTICATION_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_AUTHENTICATION_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_AUTHENTICATION_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_AUTHENTICATION_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_LOCATION

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_LOCATION

        When CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_AUTHENTICATION is set to "OCI_TOKEN" or "OAUTH", this property specifies the file system path to obtain access tokens from. The path specified by this property must be a directory containing a file named "token", and the token file must contain a JSON Web Token (JWT) on a single line of UTF-8 encoded text. The JWT format is specified by RFC 7519.

        • If the value of CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_AUTHENTICATION is "OCI_TOKEN" then the path given by this property must be a directory containing a both a token file, and a file named "oci_db_key.pem" that stores the proof-of-possession key for the JWT token. The private key file must use the PEM format and must contain the base64 encoding of an RSA private key in the PKCS#8 format. The private key encoding must appear between the tags "-----BEGIN PRIVATE KEY---" and "-----END PRIVATE KEY-----". Oracle JDBC uses the private key to demonstrate proof of possession. Proof of possession is specified by RFC 7800.

          Note that the OCI CLI tool may be used to generate both the token and private key files. By default, the OCI CLI tool will write these files to the location of $HOME/.oci/db-token/. If the value of CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_AUTHENTICATION is "OCI_TOKEN", and no location is configured by this property, then Oracle JDBC will read the token and private key files from the default location of $HOME/.oci/db-token/.

        • If the value of CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_AUTHENTICATION is "OAUTH", then only the token file is required, and the path given by this property may locate either a file or directory. If a file is located, then the JWT is read from it. Otherwise, if a directory is located, then the JWT is read from a file named "token" in that directory.

        If an Oracle Net Descriptor style URL includes the TOKEN_LOCATION parameter then the value of that parameter takes precedence over a value defined by this property.

        Since:
        23
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_LOCATION_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_LOCATION_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_LOCATION_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_LOCATION_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PASSWORD_AUTHENTICATION

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PASSWORD_AUTHENTICATION

        Configures how Oracle JDBC performs authentication with a user name and password.

        In this release of Oracle JDBC, "PASSWORD_VERIFIER" and "OCI_TOKEN" are the only accepted values for this property.

        If the value is "PASSWORD_VERIFIER", then database authentication is performed.

        If the value is "OCI_TOKEN", then authentication is performed with the Oracle Identity Cloud Service as described in CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_IAM_URL

        The default value of this property is "PASSWORD_VERIFIER".

        If an Oracle Net Descriptor style URL includes the PASSWORD_AUTH parameter then the value of that parameter takes precedence over a value defined by this property.

        Since:
        23
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PASSWORD_AUTHENTICATION_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PASSWORD_AUTHENTICATION_DEFAULT
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PASSWORD_AUTHENTICATION_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PASSWORD_AUTHENTICATION_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_IAM_URL

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_IAM_URL

        When CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PASSWORD_AUTHENTICATION is set to "OCI_TOKEN", this property must specify the full path of the Identity and Access Management (IAM) endpoint that Oracle JDBC authenticates with, as in:

            https://<{iam-endpoint}/{version}/dbBearerToken
            

        Oracle JDBC must be configured to trust the certificate of the server located by this URL. Certificates signed by an authority included in the JDK's default cacerts file will be trusted. Additional trusted certificates may be configued with CONNECTION_PROPERTY_WALLET_LOCATION, CONNECTION_PROPERTY_THIN_JAVAX_NET_SSL_TRUSTSTORE.

        If an Oracle Net Descriptor style URL includes the OCI_IAM_URL parameter, then the value of that parameter takes precedence over a value defined by this property.

        Since:
        23
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_IAM_URL_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_IAM_URL_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_IAM_URL_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_IAM_URL_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_TENANCY

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_TENANCY

        When CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PASSWORD_AUTHENTICATION is set to "OCI_TOKEN", this property must specify the Oracle Cloud ID (OCID) of the cloud tenant for the user that Oracle JDBC authenticates as.

        If an Oracle Net Descriptor style URL includes the OCI_TENANCY parameter, then the value of that parameter takes precedence over a value defined by this property.

        Since:
        23
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_TENANCY_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_TENANCY_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_TENANCY_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_TENANCY_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_COMPARTMENT_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_COMPARTMENT_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_COMPARTMENT_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_COMPARTMENT_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_DATABASE

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_DATABASE

        When CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PASSWORD_AUTHENTICATION is set to "OCI_TOKEN", this property specifies the Oracle Cloud ID (OCID) of the database that JDBC requests access to. If this property is not set, then Oracle JDBC requests access to all databases within the compartment specified by CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_COMPARTMENT.

        If an Oracle Net Descriptor style URL includes the OCI_DATABASE parameter, then the value of that parameter takes precedence over a value defined by this property.

        Since:
        23
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_DATABASE_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_DATABASE_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_DATABASE_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_OCI_DATABASE_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ACCESS_TOKEN

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ACCESS_TOKEN

        This property configures an access token that Oracle JDBC uses for authentication with Oracle Database. An access token configured with this property will only be used if neither a user name nor password has been provided when creating a new connection. If a user name or a password is provided, via connection properties, programmatic APIs, or by any other means, then the value of this property is ignored.

        If a value is configured for this property, then Oracle JDBC will ignore any token that is specified by CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_AUTHENTICATION and CONNECTION_PROPERTY_TOKEN_LOCATION.

        The value of this property must be a JSON Web Token (JWT). The JWT format is specified by RFC 7519.

        The database instance that Oracle JDBC connects to must be configured to validate the token with the service that issued it. The Oracle Database Security Guide specifies how to configure the database for token based authentication.

        On systems where access tokens are stored in environment variables, it may be useful to note that an ojdbc.properties file can include expressions that resolve to the value of an environment variable. For example, this line in ojdbc.properties would configure this property as the value of an environment variable named "DATABASE_ACCESS_TOKEN":

            oracle.jdbc.accessToken=${DATABASE_ACCESS_TOKEN}
            
        Since:
        23
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ACCESS_TOKEN_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ACCESS_TOKEN_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ACCESS_TOKEN_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_ACCESS_TOKEN_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PASSWORD

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PASSWORD
        The value of this property is used as the password when connecting to the database.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PASSWORD_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PASSWORD_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PASSWORD_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SERVER_DEFAULT

        static final String CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SERVER_DEFAULT
      • CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SERVER_ACCESSMODE

        static final byte CONNECTION_PROPERTY_SERVER_ACCESSMODE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • DATABASE_OK

        static final int DATABASE_OK
        Define return values for pingDatabase api The physical database connection is not closed and the database is reachable. SQL requests my succeed.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • DATABASE_CLOSED

        static final int DATABASE_CLOSED
        Define return values for pingDatabase api The physical database connection is closed. SQL requests will fail.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • DATABASE_NOTOK

        static final int DATABASE_NOTOK
        Define return values for pingDatabase api The physical database connection is not closed but the database is not reachable. SQL requests will fail.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • DATABASE_TIMEOUT

        static final int DATABASE_TIMEOUT
        Define return values for pingDatabase api The call timed out before any positive or negative acknowledgement was received. SQL requests may or may not succeed.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • INVALID_CONNECTION

        static final int INVALID_CONNECTION
        Values used for close(int). The connection is no longer useable.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • PROXY_SESSION

        static final int PROXY_SESSION
        Values used for close(int). Close the proxy session, not the entire connection
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • ABANDONED_CONNECTION_CALLBACK

        static final int ABANDONED_CONNECTION_CALLBACK
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • RELEASE_CONNECTION_CALLBACK

        static final int RELEASE_CONNECTION_CALLBACK
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • PROXYTYPE_DISTINGUISHED_NAME

        static final int PROXYTYPE_DISTINGUISHED_NAME
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • CLIENT_INFO_KEY_SEPARATOR

        static final String CLIENT_INFO_KEY_SEPARATOR
        Separate the namespace from the key the name of a client info. All Oracle client info names are of the form <namespace>.<key>.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • OCSID_NAMESPACE

        static final String OCSID_NAMESPACE
        Special namespace for sending end-to-end metrics. There are two namespaces for sending end-to-end metrics values. This one uses the OCSID mechanism to send the values as opposed to the mechanism used for all other client info values.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • NETWORK_COMPRESSION_LEVEL_LOW_VALUE

        static final int NETWORK_COMPRESSION_LEVEL_LOW_VALUE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • NETWORK_COMPRESSION_LEVEL_HIGH_VALUE

        static final int NETWORK_COMPRESSION_LEVEL_HIGH_VALUE
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • DCN_CLIENT_INIT_CONNECTION

        static final String DCN_CLIENT_INIT_CONNECTION
        Set the value of DCN_CLIENT_INIT_CONNECTION to 'true' for using the Client initiated DCN connection. By default the value is 'false' and the DCN Connection is initiated by the Server.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • DCN_USE_HOST_CONNECTION_ADDR_INFO

        static final String DCN_USE_HOST_CONNECTION_ADDR_INFO
        Set the value of DCN_USE_HOST_CONNECTION_ADDR_INFO to 'false' to use the address info returned by the server for establishing the client initiated DCN Connection. Default value is 'true' and Host connection's connection string is used for establishing the Client initiated DCN connection.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
      • AQ_USE_HOST_CONNECTION_ADDR_INFO

        static final String AQ_USE_HOST_CONNECTION_ADDR_INFO
        Set the value of AQ_USE_HOST_CONNECTION_ADDR_INFO to 'false' to use the address info returned by the server for establishing the client initiated Connection for JMS Message Listener . Default value is 'true' and Host connection's connection string is used for establishing the Client initiated JMS Messsage Listener connection.
        See Also:
        Constant Field Values
    • Method Detail

      • archive

        void archive​(int mode,
                     int aseq,
                     String acstext)
              throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        This method will be removed in a future version.
        Not implemented.
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • openProxySession

        void openProxySession​(int type,
                              Properties prop)
                       throws SQLException
        Opens a new proxy session with the username provided in the prop argument and switches to this new session.

        This feature is supported for both thin and oci driver.

        Three proxy types are supported :
        • OracleConnection.PROXYTYPE_USER_NAME : In this type PROXY_USER_NAME needs to be provided in prop. The value should be a java.lang.String;
        • OracleConnection.PROXYTYPE_DISTINGUISHED_NAME : In this type PROXY_DISTINGUISHED_NAME has to be set in prop. The value is a java.lang.String object;
        • OracleConnection.PROXYTYPE_CERTIFICATE : In this type PROXY_CERTIFICATE has to be set in prop. The value is a bytep[] which contains the certificate.
        Roles can also be provided in the property argument. The key is OracleConnection.PROXY_ROLES. The value is a String[] which contains the roles.
        Parameters:
        type - has to be either OracleConnection.PROXYTYPE_USER_NAME or OracleConnection.PROXYTYPE_DISTINGUISHED_NAME or OracleConnection.PROXYTYPE_CERTIFICATE
        prop - keys/values
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • getAutoClose

        boolean getAutoClose()
                      throws SQLException
        The driver is always in auto-close mode.
        Returns:
        should always return true
        Throws:
        SQLException - should never been raised
        See Also:
        setAutoClose
      • getDefaultExecuteBatch

        int getDefaultExecuteBatch()
        Deprecated.
        As of 12.1 all APIs related to oracle-style statement batching are deprecated in favor of standard JDBC batching. We recommend using the standard model going forward as it is spec compliant and provides more information and control to the application.
        Executions are not batched but sent immediately. Oracle style of batching has been deprecated in 12.1 and made a no-op in 12.2. We recommend using the standard model of batching.
        Returns:
        the batch value, always 1.
        See Also:
        OraclePreparedStatement.setExecuteBatch, setDefaultExecuteBatch
      • getDefaultRowPrefetch

        int getDefaultRowPrefetch()
        Retrieves the value of row prefetch for all statements associated with this connection and created after this value was set.

        The row-prefetching feature associates an integer row-prefetch setting with a given statement object. JDBC fetches that number of rows at a time from the database during the query. That is, JDBC will fetch N rows that match the query criteria and bring them all back to the client at once, where N is the prefetch setting. Then, once your next calls have run through those N rows, JDBC will go back to fetch the next N rows that match the criteria.

        You can set the number of rows to prefetch for a particular Oracle statement (any type of statement). You can also reset the default number of rows that will be prefetched for all statements in your connection with the setDefaultRowPrefetch method. Therefore, the row prefetch value returned by this getDefaultRowPrefetch entrypoint is valid for statements for which you have not defined a different row prefetch value.

        The default number of rows to prefetch to the client is 10.

        Example where conn is your connection object:
        //Get the default row-prefetch setting for this connection
        int defRowPref = ((OracleConnection)conn).getDefaultRowPrefetch();

        Returns:
        the row prefetch value
        See Also:
        OracleStatement.setRowPrefetch, setDefaultRowPrefetch
      • getDescriptor

        Object getDescriptor​(String sql_name)
        Gets a Descriptor object corresponding to a sql type.
        Parameters:
        sql_name - the sql type
        Returns:
        the Descriptor Object that matches the sql type
        See Also:
        putDescriptor, oracle.sql.TypeDescriptor
      • getEndToEndMetrics

        String[] getEndToEndMetrics()
                             throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        This has been deprecated since 12.1 in favor of getClientInfo(). It is not recommended to use this API intermingled with get/setClientInfo APIs.
        Gets the values of the end-to-end metrics, if any. Does not include the sequence number. If DMS is in use and metrics have been set via DMS, this method will return the metrics set via DMS, not those set via setEndToEndMetrics. The DMS metric override the metrics set by setEndToEndMetrics.
        Returns:
        a String[]. The indices are the END_TO_END_XXX_INDEX constants. The values are the values of the corresponding metrics.
        Throws:
        SQLException - if an error occurs
        See Also:
        setEndToEndMetrics, Connection.getClientInfo(java.lang.String), Connection.getClientInfo()
      • getEndToEndECIDSequenceNumber

        short getEndToEndECIDSequenceNumber()
                                     throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        This is deprecated since 12.1 in favor of getClientInfo(). It is not recommended to use this API intermingled with get/setClientInfo APIs.
        Gets the current end to end tracing context id sequence number. This could be any of the following values: the value passed in the most recent call to setEndToEndMetrics the value returned by the database after the most recent statement execution the value incremented by JDBC diagnostic messages the value JDBC retrieved from DMS (only in a DMS environment)
        Returns:
        the current ECID sequence number
        Throws:
        SQLException - if an error occurs
        See Also:
        Connection.getClientInfo(java.lang.String), Connection.getClientInfo()
      • getIncludeSynonyms

        boolean getIncludeSynonyms()
        Checks whether or not synonyms information is included in DatabaseMetaData.getColumns. By default and for performance reasons it won't but you can change this with the setIncludeSynonyms method.
        Returns:
        true if DatabaseMetaData.getColumns will report information if a table synonym is passed in, and false otherwise
        See Also:
        setIncludeSynonyms
      • getRestrictGetTables

        boolean getRestrictGetTables()
        Gets the restriction status of the returned data in DatabaseMetaData.getTables.

        The default behavior is to return information about all synonyms, including those which do not point to accessible tables or views. But you can change this with the setRestrictGetTables method.

        Returns:
        true if the information returned by DatabaseMetaData.getTables is restricted, and false otherwise
        See Also:
        setRestrictGetTables
      • getRemarksReporting

        boolean getRemarksReporting()
        Checks whether or not a call of getTables or getColumns of the DatabaseMetaData interface will report the REMARKS column.

        By default and for performance reasons it won't (it will return null) but you can change this with the setRemarksReporting method.

        Returns:
        true if the DatabaseMetaData calls getTables and getColumns will report the REMARKS column and false otherwise
        See Also:
        setRemarksReporting
      • getStmtCacheSize

        int getStmtCacheSize()
        Deprecated.
        Use getStatementCacheSize() instead.
      • getStructAttrCsId

        short getStructAttrCsId()
                         throws SQLException
        Obtain the Oracle identifier of the character set used in STRUCT attributes. Note that the network transport layer always send structure attributes in the database character set.
        Returns:
        the Oracle identifier of the character set.
        Throws:
        SQLException - if Conversion is null
        See Also:
        oracle.sql.CharacterSet for the set of constants defined for the identifiers."
      • getUserName

        String getUserName()
                    throws SQLException
        Gets the user name of the current connection.

        Example where conn is your connection object:
        String UserName = ((OracleConnection)conn).getUserName();

        Returns:
        the user name
        Throws:
        SQLException - if the logical connection is closed
      • getCurrentSchema

        String getCurrentSchema()
                         throws SQLException
        Obtains the current schema of the current connection.
        Returns:
        current_schema value
        Throws:
        SQLException - If there was an error while fetching the results
      • getUsingXAFlag

        boolean getUsingXAFlag()
        Deprecated.
        Gets the value of the UsingXA flag which the driver sets to true when using XA to manage distributed transactions. If you are not using distributed transactions with the XA library, the value of the UsingXA flag will be false.
        Returns:
        true when using XA to manage distributed transactions and false otherwise.
        See Also:
        setUsingXAFlag
      • getXAErrorFlag

        boolean getXAErrorFlag()
        Deprecated.
        Gets the value of the XAError flag which is used with distributed transactions.

        When using distributed transactions with an XA library, you can ask the driver to raise exception when doing anything that might require a transaction. To do so, set the value of the XAError flag to true with the method setXAErrorFlag.

        The default value is false.

        Returns:
        false is the normal JDBC usage. true means that the driver will raise an exception when doing anything that might require a transaction.
        See Also:
        setXAErrorFlag
      • pingDatabase

        int pingDatabase()
                  throws SQLException
        Ping Database server to see if both database and the connection are actively up.
        Returns:
        DATABASE_OK if the database server is up, and DATABASE_CLOSED if any error occurs.
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • pingDatabase

        int pingDatabase​(int timeOut)
                  throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        ping Database
        Parameters:
        timeOut -
        Returns:
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • setAutoClose

        void setAutoClose​(boolean autoClose)
                   throws SQLException
        set auto-close mode. Only true is accepted.
        Parameters:
        autoClose - the boolean value
        Throws:
        SQLException - when the argument autoClose is false
        See Also:
        getAutoClose
      • setDefaultExecuteBatch

        void setDefaultExecuteBatch​(int batch)
                             throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        As of 12.1 all APIs related to oracle-style statement batching are deprecated in favor of standard JDBC batching. We recommend using the standard model going forward as it is spec compliant and provides more information and control to the application.
        Executions are not batched but sent immediately. Oracle style of batching has been deprecated in 12.1 and made a no-op in 12.2. We recommend using the standard model of batching.
        Parameters:
        batch - value is discarded.
        Throws:
        SQLException - never thrown.
        See Also:
        OraclePreparedStatement.setExecuteBatch, getDefaultExecuteBatch
      • setDefaultRowPrefetch

        void setDefaultRowPrefetch​(int value)
                            throws SQLException
        Sets the value of row prefetch for all statements associated with this connection and created after this value was set.

        The row-prefetching feature associates an integer row-prefetch setting with a given statement object. JDBC fetches that number of rows at a time from the database during the query. That is, JDBC will fetch N rows that match the query criteria and bring them all back to the client at once, where N is the prefetch setting. Then, once your next calls have run through those N rows, JDBC will go back to fetch the next N rows that match the criteria.

        You can set the number of rows to prefetch for a particular Oracle statement (any type of statement) but this method allows you to reset the default number of rows that will be prefetched for all statements in your connection. The default number of rows to prefetch to the client is 10.

        Use the setDefaultRowPrefetch method to set the default number of rows to prefetch, passing in an integer that specifies the desired default. If you want to check the current setting of the default, then use the getDefaultRowPrefetch method. This method returns an integer.

        Example where conn is your connection object:
        //Set the default row-prefetch setting for this connection to 7
        ((OracleConnection)conn).setDefaultRowPrefetch(7);

        Note 1 : A statement object receives the default row-prefetch setting from the associated connection at the time the statement object is created. Subsequent changes to the connection's default row-prefetch setting have no effect on the statement's row-prefetch setting.

        Note 2 : If a column of a result set is of datatype LONG or LONG RAW (that is, the streaming types), JDBC changes the statement's row-prefetch setting to 1, even if you never actually read a value of either of those types.

        Note 3 : Do not mix the JDBC 2.0 fetch size API and the Oracle row-prefetching API in your application. You can use one or the other but not both.

        Parameters:
        value - the number of rows to prefetch
        Throws:
        SQLException - if the argument value is <=0
        See Also:
        OracleStatement.setRowPrefetch, getDefaultRowPrefetch
      • setEndToEndMetrics

        void setEndToEndMetrics​(String[] metrics,
                                short sequenceNumber)
                         throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        It has been deprecated since 12.1 in favor of setClientInfo(). It is not recommended to use this API intermingled with get/setClientInfo APIs.
        Sets the values of the end-to-end tracing metrics. The indices for the array are the END_TO_END_XXX_INDEX values defined in this class. The values set by this method are overridden by any values set via DMS if DMS is in use.
        Parameters:
        metrics - String[] containing the metric values.
        sequenceNumber - the sequence number for the context id
        Throws:
        SQLException - if an error occurs
        See Also:
        getEndToEndMetrics, Connection.setClientInfo(java.util.Properties), Connection.setClientInfo(java.lang.String, java.lang.String)
      • setIncludeSynonyms

        void setIncludeSynonyms​(boolean synonyms)
        Turns on or off retrieval of synonym information in DatabaseMetaData. getColumns.

        Similar to setRemarksReporting, getColumns performs extremely slow if information about synonyms has to be included, because it neccessitates an outer join so, by default, the JDBC driver will not report information about synonyms.

        You can get synonym information by passing true to this method, and turn it off by passing false. You can also control this behavior by passing a property named "includeSynonyms" as "true" to DriverManager.getConnection.

        Parameters:
        synonyms - true if you want to retrieve synonym information in DatabaseMetaData.getColumns and false otherwise.
        See Also:
        getIncludeSynonyms
      • setRemarksReporting

        void setRemarksReporting​(boolean reportRemarks)
        Turns on or off the reporting of the REMARKS columns by the getTables and getColumns calls of the DatabaseMetaData interface.

        The DatabaseMetaData calls getTables and getColumns are extremely slow if the REMARKS column has to be reported as this necessitates an expensive outer join so by default the JDBC driver does not report the REMARKS columns.

        You can turn the reporting of REMARKS on by passing a true argument to this method. You turn it back off by passing a false argument.

        Example where conn is your connection object:
        ((OracleConnection)conn).setRemarksReporting(true);

        You can also control the reporting of REMARKS by passing a property named remarksReporting as true to the DriverManager.getConnection call.

        Parameters:
        reportRemarks - true if you want to turn on the reporting of the REMARKS columns and false otherwise.
        See Also:
        getRemarksReporting
      • setRestrictGetTables

        void setRestrictGetTables​(boolean restrict)
        Turns on or off the restriction of the returned data in DatabaseMetaData.getTables.

        DatabaseMetaData.getTables will return information about all accessible tables, views, and synonyms. There are two issues relating to synonyms which can affect the quality of the returned data:

        1. Public synonyms can exist for tables to which you don't have access. Although the synonym itself is viewable, the underlying table is not.
        2. Synonyms can exist for non-table objects, such as procedures, sequences, Java classes, etc.
        As a result of the above issues, getTables can return rows containing objects that are not describable with getColumns, either because they are not accessible (issue 1) or because they are not tables or views (issue 2).

        To remedy this, you can restrict the results of getTables to only those tables and views to which you have access. This is done by either passing true to this method, or by passing the restrictGetTables property as true to the DriverManager.getConnection call. The default behavior is to return information about all synonyms, including those which do not point to accessible tables or views.

        Note that getTables can return more than one row for the same object, one for the object itself, and additional rows for any synonyms defined for that object. This is the case regardless of the setting for restrictGetTables.

        The following code turns on the restriction:
        ((OracleConnection)conn).setRestrictGetTables(true);

        Parameters:
        restrict - true to turn on the restriction and false otherwise.
        See Also:
        getRestrictGetTables
      • setStmtCacheSize

        void setStmtCacheSize​(int size)
                       throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        Use setStatementCacheSize() instead.
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • setStmtCacheSize

        void setStmtCacheSize​(int size,
                              boolean clearMetaData)
                       throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        Use setStatementCacheSize() instead.
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • setStatementCacheSize

        void setStatementCacheSize​(int size)
                            throws SQLException
        setStatementCacheSize Specifies the size of the size of the application cache (which will be used by both implicit and explicit caching).
        Parameters:
        size - Requested size of the cache. If the existing cache size is less than size, statements will be purged to reduce the size.
        Throws:
        SQLException - if size < 0, or if called on a logical connection.
      • getStatementCacheSize

        int getStatementCacheSize()
                           throws SQLException
        getStatementCacheSize Returns the current size of the application cache. This is valid on both physical and logical connections. If the statement cache has not been initialized with setStatementCacheSize(), then CACHE_SIZE_NOT_SET is returned.
        Returns:
        the cache size
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • setImplicitCachingEnabled

        void setImplicitCachingEnabled​(boolean cache)
                                throws SQLException
        setImplicitCachingEnabled Enables or disables the implicit cache. Note that this is independent of the cache size, set with setStatmentCacheSize().
        Parameters:
        cache - If true, then implicit caching will be enabled. If false, then any existing statements will be purged and the implicit cache will be disabled.
        Throws:
        SQLException - if called on a logical connection.
      • getImplicitCachingEnabled

        boolean getImplicitCachingEnabled()
                                   throws SQLException
        getImplicitCachingEnabled Returns true if the implicit cache is currently enabled, false otherwise. This method is valid on both logical and physical connections.
        Returns:
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • setExplicitCachingEnabled

        void setExplicitCachingEnabled​(boolean cache)
                                throws SQLException
        setExplicitCachingEnabled Enables or disables the explicit cache. Note that this is independent of the cache size, set with setStatmentCacheSize().
        Parameters:
        cache - If true, then explicit caching will be enabled. If false, then any existing statements will be purged and the explicit cache will be disabled.
        Throws:
        SQLException - if called on a logical connection.
      • getExplicitCachingEnabled

        boolean getExplicitCachingEnabled()
                                   throws SQLException
        getExplicitCachingEnabled Returns true if the explicit cache is currently enabled, false otherwise. This method is valid on both logical and physical connections.
        Returns:
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • purgeImplicitCache

        void purgeImplicitCache()
                         throws SQLException
        purgeImplicitCache Removes all existing statements from the implicit cache, after which it will be empty. This method does not affect the size of the application cache, nor the enabled/disabled status.
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • purgeExplicitCache

        void purgeExplicitCache()
                         throws SQLException
        purgeExplicitCache Removes all existing statements from the explicit cache, after which it will be empty. This method does not affect the size of the application cache, nor the enabled/disabled status.
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • getStatementWithKey

        PreparedStatement getStatementWithKey​(String key)
                                       throws SQLException
        getStatementWithKey Searches the explicit cache for a match on key. If found, the statement is returned, with the paramater and define metadata identical to the last usage. If no match is found, or if explicit caching is not enabled, then null is returned (as opposed to throwing an exception).
        Parameters:
        key - Specified key to search for
        Returns:
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • getCallWithKey

        CallableStatement getCallWithKey​(String key)
                                  throws SQLException
        getCallWithKey Searches the explicit cache for a match on key. If found, the statement is returned, with the paramater and define metadata identical to the last usage. If no match is found, or if explicit caching is not enabled, then null is returned (as opposed to throwing an exception).
        Parameters:
        key - Specified key to search for
        Returns:
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • setUsingXAFlag

        void setUsingXAFlag​(boolean value)
        Deprecated.
        When using distributed transactions with XA, you can set the value of the UsingXA flag.

        XA is a general standard (not specific to Java) for distributed transactions. You should use this method only when using XA.

        By default, when using distributed transactions with XA, the driver will set the UsingXA flag to true and exceptions will be raised when you want to do anything with your logical connection that might require a transaction. Otherwise the flag UsingXA is always false.

        If you are actually using distributed transactions with XA and you dislike the default behavior, you can set the flag back to false.

        Parameters:
        value - the value of the UsingXA flag
        See Also:
        getUsingXAFlag
      • setXAErrorFlag

        void setXAErrorFlag​(boolean value)
        Deprecated.
        Sets the value of the XAError flag which is used with distributed transactions. When coexisting with an XA library, you can set the XAError flag to true and the driver will then raise an exception when doing anything that might require a transaction.
        Parameters:
        value - the value of the XAError flag
        See Also:
        getXAErrorFlag
      • shutdown

        void shutdown​(OracleConnection.DatabaseShutdownMode mode)
               throws SQLException
        Shuts the database server down. This method requires to be connected as either SYSOPER or SYSDBA.
        Parameters:
        mode - can be either
        • OracleConnection.DatabaseShutdownMode.CONNECT
        • OracleConnection.DatabaseShutdownMode.TRANSACTIONAL
        • OracleConnection.DatabaseShutdownMode.TRANSACTIONAL_LOCAL
        • OracleConnection.DatabaseShutdownMode.IMMEDIATE
        • OracleConnection.DatabaseShutdownMode.ABORT
        • OracleConnection.DatabaseShutdownMode.FINAL
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • startup

        void startup​(String startup_str,
                     int mode)
              throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        This method will be removed in a future version.
        Not implemented
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • startup

        void startup​(OracleConnection.DatabaseStartupMode mode)
              throws SQLException
        Starts the database server up. This method requires to be connected as either SYSOPER or SYSDBA in the PRELIM_AUTH mode which is the only mode permietted when the database is down (see the connection property CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PRELIM_AUTH).
        Parameters:
        mode - can be either
        • OracleConnection.DatabaseStartupMode.NO_RESTRICTION
        • OracleConnection.DatabaseStartupMode.FORCE
        • OracleConnection.DatabaseStartupMode.RESTRICT
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • startup

        void startup​(OracleConnection.DatabaseStartupMode mode,
                     String pfileName)
              throws SQLException
        Starts the database server up. This method requires to be connected as either SYSOPER or SYSDBA in the PRELIM_AUTH mode which is the only mode permietted when the database is down (see the connection property CONNECTION_PROPERTY_PRELIM_AUTH).
        Parameters:
        mode - can be either
        • OracleConnection.DatabaseStartupMode.NO_RESTRICTION
        • OracleConnection.DatabaseStartupMode.FORCE
        • OracleConnection.DatabaseStartupMode.RESTRICT
        pfileName - : PFILE name. If client-side parameter file is null or doesn't exist, it will throw exception otherwise read the file and pass parameters to server.
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • prepareStatementWithKey

        PreparedStatement prepareStatementWithKey​(String key)
                                           throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        This is same as prepareStatement, except if a Prepared Statement with the given KEY exists in the Cache, then the statement is returned AS IT IS when it was closed and cached with this KEY. An object returned from the Cache based on Key will have its state set to "KEYED". If no such Prepared Statement is found, a null is returned. Key cannot be null.
        Parameters:
        key - the key with which it was closed
        Returns:
        a OraclePreparedStatement object
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database access error occurs
      • prepareCallWithKey

        CallableStatement prepareCallWithKey​(String key)
                                      throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        This is same as prepareCall, except if a Callable Statement with the given KEY exists in the Cache, then the statement is returned AS IT IS when it was closed and cached with this KEY. An object returned from the Cache based on Key will have its state set to "KEYED". If no such Callable Statement is found, then null is returned. Key cannot be null.
        Parameters:
        key - the key with which it was closed
        Returns:
        a java.sql.CallableStatement object
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database access error occurs
      • setCreateStatementAsRefCursor

        void setCreateStatementAsRefCursor​(boolean value)
        When this is set to true, any new statements created from this connection will be created as a REF CURSOR. Only resultsets obtained from statements that are created as REF CURSORS can be returned from a Java Stored Procedure. This feature is supported by the server-side internal driver only, and is no-op in all other JDBC drivers.

        Default value is false.

        To use the setCreateStatementAsRefCursor entrypoint you have to cast the Connection object to the type oracle.jdbc.OracleConnection.

        Parameters:
        value - true if new statements should be created as REF CURSORS, false otherwise
        See Also:
        getCreateStatementAsRefCursor
      • getCreateStatementAsRefCursor

        boolean getCreateStatementAsRefCursor()
        Retrieves the current setting of the createStatementAsRefCursor flag which you can set with the setCreateStatementAsRefCursor method.

        To use the getCreateStatementAsRefCursor entrypoint you have to cast the Connection object to the type oracle.jdbc.OracleConnection.

        Returns:
        the current setting of the createStatementAsRefCursor flag
        See Also:
        setCreateStatementAsRefCursor
      • setSessionTimeZone

        void setSessionTimeZone​(String regionName)
                         throws SQLException
        Set the session time zone.

        This method is used to set the session time zone. This method must be invoked before accessing any TIMESTAMP WITH LOCAL TIME ZONE data. Upon invocation of this method, the Jdbc driver sets the session timezone of the connection and saves the session timezone so that any TSLTZ data accessed via Jdbc are adjusted using the session timezone.

        Parameters:
        regionName - Oracle session time zone region name.
        Throws:
        SQLException - if an error occurred.
        Since:
        9i
      • getSessionTimeZone

        String getSessionTimeZone()
        Obtain Oracle session time zone region name.
        Returns:
        Oracle session time zone region name.
        Since:
        9i
      • getSessionTimeZoneOffset

        String getSessionTimeZoneOffset()
                                 throws SQLException
        Obtain the time zone offset in hours of the current database session. The result will always be accurate. In other words, you can execute "ALTER SESSION SET TIME_ZONE ..." and then call this method, it will return the new value.

        The value returned by this method is that same as the result of "SELECT SESSIONTIMEZONE FROM DUAL;". The drivers may use some performance optimization to not use a roundtrip to the server so it is always preferrable to use this method.

        Returns:
        Oracle session time zone in hours. For example "-7:00" or "0:00"
        Throws:
        SQLException
        Since:
        11.1
      • getProperties

        Properties getProperties()
        Determines the connection properties.
        Returns:
      • _getPC

        Connection _getPC()
        Return the underlying physical connection if this is a logical connection. Returns null otherwise.
        Returns:
        Connection object if its a logical handle otherwise returns null
      • isLogicalConnection

        boolean isLogicalConnection()
        Method that returns a boolean indicating whether its a logical connection or not.
        Returns:
        boolean true if this is a logical connection
      • registerTAFCallback

        void registerTAFCallback​(OracleOCIFailover cbk,
                                 Object obj)
                          throws SQLException
        Register an application TAF Callback instance that will be called when an application failover occurs. The TAF feature is only available in the Jdbc OCI driver.
        Parameters:
        cbk - Callback instance.
        obj - Context object in which any client's state can be stored and provided when the callback method is invoked.
        Throws:
        SQLException - if this method is invoked in drivers other than the Jdbc OCI driver.
        Since:
        9i
      • unwrap

        OracleConnection unwrap()
        Return the wrapped object if any else null. This method should not delegate to the wrapped object. Instead it should return the wrapped object.
        Returns:
        wrapped object which implements oracle.jdbc.OracleConnection if any else return null
        Since:
        9iRw
      • setWrapper

        void setWrapper​(OracleConnection wrapper)
        Set the wrapping object. The argument is an object that wraps this object. Calling wrapper.unwrap() should return this.
        Parameters:
        wrapper - An object which implements oracle.jdbc.OracleConnection and which is a wrapper for this object # @since 9iR2
      • oracleSetSavepoint

        OracleSavepoint oracleSetSavepoint()
                                    throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        Creates an unnamed savepoint in the current transaction and returns the new OracleSavepoint object that represents it.
        Returns:
        the new OracleSavepoint object
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database access error occurs or this Connection object is currently in auto-commit mode
        Since:
        9.0.2
        See Also:
        OracleSavepoint
      • oracleSetSavepoint

        OracleSavepoint oracleSetSavepoint​(String name)
                                    throws SQLException
        Creates a savepoint with the given name in the current transaction and returns the new OracleSavepoint object that represents it.
        Parameters:
        name - a String containing the name of the savepoint
        Returns:
        the new OracleSavepoint object
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database access error occurs or this Connection object is currently in auto-commit mode
        Since:
        9.0.2
        See Also:
        OracleSavepoint
      • oracleRollback

        void oracleRollback​(OracleSavepoint savepoint)
                     throws SQLException
        Undoes all changes made after the given OracleSavepoint object was set.

        This method should be used only when auto-commit has been disabled.

        Parameters:
        savepoint - the OracleSavepoint object to roll back to
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database access error occurs, the OracleSavepoint object is no longer valid, or this Connection object is currently in auto-commit mode
        Since:
        9.0.2
        See Also:
        OracleSavepoint
      • oracleReleaseSavepoint

        void oracleReleaseSavepoint​(OracleSavepoint savepoint)
                             throws SQLException
        Removes the given OracleSavepoint object from the current transaction. Any reference to the savepoint after it have been removed will cause an SQLException to be thrown.
        Parameters:
        savepoint - the OracleSavepoint object to be removed
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database access error occurs or the given OracleSavepoint object is not a valid savepoint in the current transaction
        Since:
        9.0.2
        See Also:
        OracleSavepoint
      • close

        @Deprecated
        default void close​(Properties connAttr)
                    throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        The Implicit Connection Cache (ICC) has been desupported since 12.1. This method throws UnsupportedOperationException, and will be removed soon in the future.
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • close

        void close​(int opt)
            throws SQLException
        If opt is OracleConnection.INVALID_CONNECTION : Closes the given Logical connection, as well the underlying PooledConnection without returning the connection to the cache when called with the parameter INVALID_CONNECTION. If this API is called on a physical connection, the supplied parameter has no effect.

        If opt is OracleConnection.PROXY_SESSION : Closes the proxy session (opened with openProxySession()).
        Parameters:
        opt - set to INVALID_CONNECTION to close the PooledConnection
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database access error occurs
      • isProxySession

        boolean isProxySession()
        Returns true if the current session associated with this connection is a proxy session.
        Returns:
      • applyConnectionAttributes

        @Deprecated
        default void applyConnectionAttributes​(Properties connAttr)
                                        throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        The Implicit Connection Cache (ICC) has been desupported since 12.1. This method throws UnsupportedOperationException, and will be removed soon in the future.
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • getConnectionAttributes

        @Deprecated
        default Properties getConnectionAttributes()
                                            throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        The Implicit Connection Cache (ICC) has been desupported since 12.1. This method throws UnsupportedOperationException, and will be removed soon in the future.
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • getUnMatchedConnectionAttributes

        @Deprecated
        default Properties getUnMatchedConnectionAttributes()
                                                     throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        The Implicit Connection Cache (ICC) has been desupported since 12.1. This method throws UnsupportedOperationException, and will be removed soon in the future.
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • registerConnectionCacheCallback

        @Deprecated
        default void registerConnectionCacheCallback​(OracleConnectionCacheCallback occc,
                                                     Object userObj,
                                                     int cbkFlag)
                                              throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        The Implicit Connection Cache (ICC) has been desupported since 12.1. This method throws UnsupportedOperationException, and will be removed soon in the future.
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • setConnectionReleasePriority

        @Deprecated
        default void setConnectionReleasePriority​(int priority)
                                           throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        The Implicit Connection Cache (ICC) has been desupported since 12.1. This method throws UnsupportedOperationException, and will be removed soon in the future.
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • getConnectionReleasePriority

        @Deprecated
        default int getConnectionReleasePriority()
                                          throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        The Implicit Connection Cache (ICC) has been desupported since 12.1. This method throws UnsupportedOperationException, and will be removed soon in the future.
        Throws:
        SQLException
      • setPlsqlWarnings

        void setPlsqlWarnings​(String setting)
                       throws SQLException
        Enable/Disable PLSQL Compiler Warnings
        Parameters:
        setting - Setting specified for ALTER SESSION SET PLSQL_WARNINGS. Sample values are: "'ENABLE:ALL'", "'DISABLE:ALL'", "'ENALBLE:INFORMATIONAL'", etc. Please refer to the SQL reference of ALTER SESSION SET PLSQL_WARNINGS for more information. If the setting is "'DISABLE:ALL'", jdbc drivers turn off PLSQL Compiler Warnings. Note: the quotes(') in the setting String are necessary.
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database access error occurs
      • registerAQNotification

        AQNotificationRegistration[] registerAQNotification​(String[] name,
                                                            Properties[] options,
                                                            Properties globaloptions)
                                                     throws SQLException
        Registers your interest into being notified when a message is enqueued in a particular queue (or array of queues).

        This method creates an array of new AQ registrations in the database server with the given options. It also opens a listening socket which will be used by the database to send notifications. Note that mutiple registrations can share the same listening socket.

        Each registration will continue to live after this connection is closed. You need to explicitly unregister it to destroy it in the server and release the resources in the driver.

        This method uses one roundtrip.

        Parameters:
        name - contains an array of queue names ("SCOTT.MY_QUEUE") for single consumer queues or queue names with the consumer name ("SCOTT.MY_QUEUE:RECEIVER") for multiple consumer queues.
        options - Possible options are ([] means default):
        • OracleConnection.NTF_QOS_RELIABLE: "true"/["false"]. Set this option to "true" to make the notifications persistent which comes at a performance cost.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_QOS_PURGE_ON_NTFN: "true"/["false"]. Set this option to "true" and the registration will be expunged on the first notification event.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_TIMEOUT: value in seconds "60"/["0"]. Specifies the time in seconds after which the registration is automatically expunged by the database. The default is "0": the registration lives until explicitly deregistered.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_AQ_PAYLOAD: "true"/["false"]. Sets this to "true" to make the server send the payload within the notification. Note that this feature works only with "RAW" payloads.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_CLASS: OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_CLASS_TIME/[OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_CLASS_NONE]. Notification Grouping Class, the criterion or dimension for grouping. As of 11.2 the only supported class is OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_CLASS_TIME meaning grouping by time, that is, the user specifies a time value and a single notification gets published at the end of that time. To use grouping at least this option must be specified to a value other than the default OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_CLASS_NONE, which is no grouping.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_VALUE: "1200/["600"]. Notification Grouping Value, the value of the grouping class. The value must be an integer number. For the TIME grouping class, this value represents a number of seconds, meaning the time after which grouped notifications are sent. If not specified, it defaults to 600 sec.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_TYPE: OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_TYPE_LAST/[OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_TYPE_SUMMARY]. Notification Grouping Type, the format of grouping notification. It can either contain the summary of all events (default) or the last event in the group.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_START_TIME: When to start grouping? Notification grouping can start from a user-specified time that should a valid timestamp with time zone, that is an instance of oracle.sql.TIMESTAMPTZ. If this option is not specified when using grouping, it defaults to current system time. For example if prop was the option properties, and conn the connection object, you would call: prop.put(OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_START_TIME,new TIMESTAMPTZ(conn,"2007-06-21 10:10:00.0"));.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_REPEAT_TIME: "100/[NTF_GROUPING_REPEAT_FOREVER]". How many times do grouping? Grouping notifications will be sent as many times as specified by the notification grouping repeat count and after that revert to regular notifications. If not specified, it will default to: NTF_GROUPING_REPEAT_FOREVER - keep sending grouping notifications forever.
        globaloptions - Possible options are ([] means default):
        • OracleConnection.NTF_LOCAL_TCP_PORT: "1234"/[NTF_DEFAULT_TCP_PORT]. This option lets you specify what TCP port the driver should use for the listening socket. If you don't specify a port, the driver will use NTF_DEFAULT_TCP_PORT and if it's already used, it will increment it by one until it finds one that is available.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_LOCAL_HOST: example "212.121.134.12". Use this option to manually specify the IP address of the machine that will receive the notifications from the server. Use this option with caution: only specify the IP address of the local machine when the driver is unable to find it out on its own (it uses InetAddress.getLocalHost() ). For example if the machine on which runs the JDBC driver is a VPN client, you may have to specify the IP address of the VPN client which the driver cannot find out on its own. This option should not be used to attempt to have a different remote host receive the notifications from the server.
        Returns:
        AQNotificationRegistration[]
        Throws:
        SQLException
        Since:
        11.1
      • unregisterAQNotification

        void unregisterAQNotification​(AQNotificationRegistration registration)
                               throws SQLException
        Deletes a given AQ registration. The registration will be destroyed in the server and in the driver (the network listener will be closed if it's not used anymore).
        Parameters:
        registration -
        Throws:
        SQLException
        Since:
        11.1
      • dequeue

        AQMessage dequeue​(String queueName,
                          AQDequeueOptions opt,
                          byte[] tdo)
                   throws SQLException
        Dequeues an AQ message from the queue specified by its name.
        Parameters:
        queueName - name of the queue from which to dequeue.
        opt - dequeue options
        tdo - the Type Descriptor Object OID of the type of the queue.
        Returns:
        the AQMessage dequeued.
        Throws:
        SQLException
        Since:
        11.1
      • dequeue

        AQMessage dequeue​(String queueName,
                          AQDequeueOptions opt,
                          byte[] tdo,
                          int version)
                   throws SQLException
        Dequeues an AQ message from the queue specified by its name.
        Parameters:
        queueName - name of the queue from which to dequeue.
        opt - dequeue options
        tdo - the Type Descriptor Object OID of the type of the queue.
        version - the version of the type Descriptor
        Returns:
        the AQMessage dequeued.
        Throws:
        SQLException
        Since:
        11.1
      • dequeue

        AQMessage dequeue​(String queueName,
                          AQDequeueOptions opt,
                          String typeName)
                   throws SQLException
        Dequeues an AQ message from the queue specified by its name.
        Parameters:
        queueName - name of the queue from which to dequeue.
        opt - dequeue options.
        typeName - the name of the type of the queue. For example, it can be "RAW", "SYS.ANYDATA" or "SCOTT.MY_OBJECT_TYPE".
        Returns:
        the AQMessage dequeued.
        Throws:
        SQLException
        Since:
        11.1
      • enqueue

        void enqueue​(String queueName,
                     AQEnqueueOptions opt,
                     AQMessage mesg)
              throws SQLException
        Enqueues the given AQ message to the queue specified by its name.
        Parameters:
        queueName - name of the queue where to enqueue.
        opt - enqueue options.
        mesg - the AQ message to enqueue.
        Throws:
        SQLException
        Since:
        11.1
      • enqueue

        int enqueue​(String queueName,
                    AQEnqueueOptions opt,
                    AQMessage[] mesgs)
             throws SQLException
        Enqueues the given array of AQ messages to the queue specified by its name.
        Parameters:
        queueName - name of the queue where to enqueue.
        opt - enqueue options.
        mesgs - the array of AQ messages to enqueue.
        Returns:
        actual number of messages enqueued.
        Throws:
        SQLException
        Since:
        21.1
      • dequeue

        AQMessage[] dequeue​(String queueName,
                            AQDequeueOptions opt,
                            String typeName,
                            int deqsize)
                     throws SQLException
        Dequeues an array of AQ messages from the queue specified by its name.
        Parameters:
        queueName - name of the queue from which to dequeue.
        opt - dequeue options.
        typeName - the name of the type of the queue. For example, it can be "RAW", "SYS.ANYDATA" or "SCOTT.MY_OBJECT_TYPE".
        deqsize - dequeue number of messages
        Returns:
        the array of AQMessage dequeued.
        Throws:
        SQLException
        Since:
        21.1
      • dequeue

        AQMessage[] dequeue​(String queueName,
                            AQDequeueOptions opt,
                            byte[] tdo,
                            int version,
                            int deqsize)
                     throws SQLException
        Dequeues an array of AQ messages from the queue specified by its name.
        Parameters:
        queueName - name of the queue from which to dequeue.
        opt - dequeue options
        tdo - the Type Descriptor Object OID of the type of the queue.
        version - the version of the type Descriptor
        deqsize - dequeue number of messages
        Returns:
        the array of AQMessage dequeued.
        Throws:
        SQLException
        Since:
        11.1
      • registerDatabaseChangeNotification

        DatabaseChangeRegistration registerDatabaseChangeNotification​(Properties options)
                                                               throws SQLException
        / Creates a new database change registration.

        This method creates a new database change registration in the database server with the given options. It also opens a listening socket which will be used by the database to send notifications. Note that if there already is a listening socket (created by a different registration), then it will be used by this registration as well.

        This method returns a DatabaseChangeRegistration object that can then be used to associate a statement with this registration.

        The registration will continue to live after this connection is closed. You need to explicitly unregister it to destroy it in the server and release the resources in the driver.

        This method uses one roundtrip.

        Parameters:
        options - Possible options are ([] means default):
        • OracleConnection.NTF_QOS_RELIABLE: "true"/["false"]. Set this option to "true" to make the notifications persistent which comes at a performance cost.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_QOS_PURGE_ON_NTFN: "true"/["false"]. Set this option to "true" and the registration will be expunged on the first notification event.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_TIMEOUT: value in seconds "60"/["0"]. Specifies the time in seconds after which the registration is automatically expunged by the database. The default is "0": the registration lives until explicitly deregistered.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_LOCAL_TCP_PORT: "1234"/[NTF_DEFAULT_TCP_PORT]. This option lets you specify what TCP port the driver should use for the listening socket. If you don't specify a port, the driver will use NTF_DEFAULT_TCP_PORT and if it's already used, it will increment it by one until it finds one that is available.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_LOCAL_HOST: example "212.121.134.12". Use this option to manually specify the IP address of the machine that will receive the notifications from the server. Use this option with caution: only specify the IP address of the local machine when the driver is unable to find it out on its own (it uses InetAddress.getLocalHost() ). For example if the machine on which runs the JDBC driver is a VPN client, you may have to specify the IP address of the VPN client which the driver cannot find out on its own. This option should not be used to attempt to have a different remote host receive the notifications from the server.
        • OracleConnection.DCN_NOTIFY_ROWIDS: "true"/["false"]. Use this option to have the server send the ROWIDs of the row that have changed within the notification event. By default this feature is turned off.
        • OracleConnection.DCN_IGNORE_INSERTOP: "true"/["false"]. Use this option to tell the server to ignore INSERT operations.
        • OracleConnection.DCN_IGNORE_UPDATEOP: "true"/["false"]. Use this options to tell the server to ignore UPDATE operations.
        • OracleConnection.DCN_IGNORE_DELETEOP: "true"/["false"]. Use this options to tell the server to ignore DELETE operations.
        • OracleConnection.DCN_NOTIFY_CHANGELAG: "30"/["0"]. This is an int value (specified as a String), that can be used to specify the number of transactions by which the client is willing to lag behind. This option can be used by the client as a throttling mechanism for database change events. When this option is chosen, ROWID level granularity of information will not be available in the events, even if the DCN_NOTIFY_ROWIDS option was set to "true".
        • OracleConnection.DCN_QUERY_CHANGE_NOTIFICATION: "true"/["false"]. Use this option to activate query change notification instead of object change notification. Note that this option is only available in the database server starting in 11.1.
        • OracleConnection.DCN_BEST_EFFORT: "true"/["false"]. If a query has been successfully registered, by default there will be no FALSE positives. If this option is selected during registrations, then registrations on complex queries may still be allowed but notifications may have some FALSE positives, because full pruning may not be performed if determined to be too expensive. In the worst case notifications will be generated in response to any DML/DDL changes to underlying objects. Note that this option is ignored if the DCN_QUERY_CHANGE_NOTIFICATION isn't turned on. As DCN_QUERY_CHANGE_NOTIFICATION, this option is only available in the database server starting in 11.1.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_CLASS: OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_CLASS_TIME/[OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_CLASS_NONE]. Notification Grouping Class, the criterion or dimension for grouping. The only supported class is OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_CLASS_TIME meaning grouping by time, that is, the user specifies a time value and a single notification gets published at the end of that time. To use grouping at least this option must be specified to a value other than the default OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_CLASS_NONE, which is no grouping.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_VALUE: "1200/["600"]. Notification Grouping Value, the value of the grouping class. The value must be an integer number. For the TIME grouping class, this value represents a number of seconds, meaning the time after which grouped notifications are sent. If not specified, it defaults to 600 sec.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_TYPE: OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_TYPE_LAST/[OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_TYPE_SUMMARY]. Notification Grouping Type, the format of grouping notification. It can either contain the summary of all events (default) or the last event in the group.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_START_TIME: When to start grouping? Notification grouping can start from a user-specified time that should a valid timestamp with time zone, that is an instance of oracle.sql.TIMESTAMPTZ. If this option is not specified when using grouping, it defaults to current system time. For example if prop was the option properties, and conn the connection object, you would call: prop.put(OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_START_TIME,new TIMESTAMPTZ(conn,"2007-06-21 10:10:00.0"));.
        • OracleConnection.NTF_GROUPING_REPEAT_TIME: "100"/[NTF_GROUPING_REPEAT_FOREVER]. How many times do grouping? Grouping notifications will be sent as many times as specified by the notification grouping repeat count and after that revert to regular notifications. If not specified, it will default to: NTF_GROUPING_REPEAT_FOREVER - keep sending grouping notifications forever.
        • OracleConnection.DCN_CLIENT_INIT_CONNECTION: "true"/["false"]. This can be configured to initiate a connection from the client instead of opening a listener socket for receiving the database change notifications. Set the value to 'true' for using the Client initiated DCN connection. By default the value is 'false' and opens a listening socket for receiving notifications from the server.
        • OracleConnection.DCN_USE_HOST_CONNECTION_ADDR_INFO: ["true"]/"false". Set the value to 'false' to use the address info returned by the server for establishing the client initiated DCN Connection. Default value is 'true' and the database hostname and port information present in this database connection's connection string is used for establishing the client initiated DCN connection.
        Returns:
        DatabaseChangeRegistration
        Throws:
        SQLException
        Since:
        11.1
      • getDatabaseChangeRegistration

        DatabaseChangeRegistration getDatabaseChangeRegistration​(int regid)
                                                          throws SQLException
        Maps an existing registration identified by its ID 'regid' with a new DatabaseChangeRegistration object.

        This method can be used if you create a registration through PLSQL and you want to associate a JDBC statement with it.

        This method doesn't create a new listener on the JDBC driver side and DatabaseChangeEvent won't be created. Thus you won't be allowed to attach any listeners to this registration.

        Note that this method doesn't generate any roundtrip to the database.

        Parameters:
        regid - The id of the registration
        Returns:
        DatabaseChangeRegistration A new instance that can be used to associate a statement with this registration
        Throws:
        SQLException
        Since:
        11.1
      • unregisterDatabaseChangeNotification

        void unregisterDatabaseChangeNotification​(DatabaseChangeRegistration registration)
                                           throws SQLException
        Deletes a given database change registration. The registration will be destroyed in the server and in the driver (the network listener will be closed if it's not used anymore).

        This method interrupts the notification thread and removes all listeners attached to this registration before closing it.

        Parameters:
        registration -
        Throws:
        SQLException
        Since:
        11.1
        See Also:
        unregisterDatabaseChangeNotification(long,String)
      • unregisterDatabaseChangeNotification

        void unregisterDatabaseChangeNotification​(int registrationId,
                                                  String host,
                                                  int tcpport)
                                           throws SQLException
        Deprecated.
        Deletes a given database change registration in the server. This method doesn't free any resources in the drivers.

        This method will throw an "ORA-24950: unregister failed, registration not found" if you don't provide the correct TCP port which can be extracted from the "callback" value in the "USER_CHANGE_NOTIFICATION_REGS" table.

        Throws:
        SQLException
        Since:
        11.1
        See Also:
        unregisterDatabaseChangeNotification(long,String)
      • unregisterDatabaseChangeNotification

        void unregisterDatabaseChangeNotification​(long registrationId,
                                                  String callback)
                                           throws SQLException
        Deletes a given database change registration in the server. This method doesn't free any resources in the drivers and should only be used to clean up a registration in the database that wasn't properly closed (in the case of JVM crash for example).

        This flavor of unregisterDatabaseChangeNotification can be used to process the result of the following query: select regid,callback from USER_CHANGE_NOTIFICATION_REGS;.

        For example to remove all registrations from the database you would execute the following code:

            Statement stmt= conn.createStatement();
            ResultSet rs = stmt.executeQuery("select regid,callback from USER_CHANGE_NOTIFICATION_REGS");
            while(rs.next())
            {
              long regid = rs.getLong(1);
              String callback = rs.getString(2);
              ((OracleConnection)conn).unregisterDatabaseChangeNotification(regid,callback);
            }
            rs.close();
            stmt.close();
            
        Throws:
        SQLException
        See Also:
        unregisterDatabaseChangeNotification(oracle.jdbc.dcn.DatabaseChangeRegistration)
      • createARRAY

        ARRAY createARRAY​(String typeName,
                          Object elements)
                   throws SQLException
        Creates an ARRAY object with the given type name and elements.
        Parameters:
        typeName - the name of the SQL type of the created object
        elements - the elements of the created object
        Returns:
        an ARRAY
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createOracleArray

        Array createOracleArray​(String arrayTypeName,
                                Object elements)
                         throws SQLException
        Creates an Array object with the given type name and elements. The standard createArrayOf accepts the element type name. This method accepts the type of the array itself. Oracle does not support anonymous array types and so does not support the standard createArrayOf method.
        Parameters:
        arrayTypeName - the name of the SQL type of the created object
        elements - the elements of the created object
        Returns:
        an ARRAY
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11.2.0.5.0
      • createBINARY_DOUBLE

        BINARY_DOUBLE createBINARY_DOUBLE​(double value)
                                   throws SQLException
        Creates a BINARY_DOUBLE that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new BINARY_DOUBLE
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createBINARY_FLOAT

        BINARY_FLOAT createBINARY_FLOAT​(float value)
                                 throws SQLException
        Creates a BINARY_FLOAT that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new BINARY_FLOAT
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createDATE

        DATE createDATE​(Date value)
                 throws SQLException
        Creates a DATE that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should repreesnt
        Returns:
        a new DATE
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createDATE

        DATE createDATE​(Time value)
                 throws SQLException
        Creates a DATE that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should repreesnt
        Returns:
        a new DATE
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createDATE

        DATE createDATE​(Timestamp value)
                 throws SQLException
        Creates a DATE that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should repreesnt
        Returns:
        a new DATE
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createDATE

        DATE createDATE​(Date value,
                        Calendar cal)
                 throws SQLException
        Creates a DATE that has the given value. The value is interpreted as being in the time zone represented by cal.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should repreesnt
        cal - the timezone in which the value is interpreted
        Returns:
        a new DATE
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createDATE

        DATE createDATE​(Time value,
                        Calendar cal)
                 throws SQLException
        Creates a DATE that has the given value. The value is interpreted as being in the time zone represented by cal.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should repreesnt
        cal - the timezone in which the value is interpreted
        Returns:
        a new DATE
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createDATE

        DATE createDATE​(Timestamp value,
                        Calendar cal)
                 throws SQLException
        Creates a DATE that has the given value. The value is interpreted as being in the time zone represented by cal.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should repreesnt
        cal - the timezone in which the value is interpreted
        Returns:
        a new DATE
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createDATE

        DATE createDATE​(String value)
                 throws SQLException
        Creates a DATE that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should repreesnt
        Returns:
        a new DATE
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createINTERVALDS

        INTERVALDS createINTERVALDS​(String value)
                             throws SQLException
        Creates an INTERVALDS that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object shoud represent
        Returns:
        a new INTERVALDS
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createINTERVALYM

        INTERVALYM createINTERVALYM​(String value)
                             throws SQLException
        Creates an INTERVALYM that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object shoud represent
        Returns:
        a new INTERVALYM
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createNUMBER

        NUMBER createNUMBER​(boolean value)
                     throws SQLException
        Creates a new NUMBER that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new NUMBER
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createNUMBER

        NUMBER createNUMBER​(byte value)
                     throws SQLException
        Creates a new NUMBER that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new NUMBER
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createNUMBER

        NUMBER createNUMBER​(short value)
                     throws SQLException
        Creates a new NUMBER that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new NUMBER
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createNUMBER

        NUMBER createNUMBER​(int value)
                     throws SQLException
        Creates a new NUMBER that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new NUMBER
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createNUMBER

        NUMBER createNUMBER​(long value)
                     throws SQLException
        Creates a new NUMBER that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new NUMBER
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createNUMBER

        NUMBER createNUMBER​(float value)
                     throws SQLException
        Creates a new NUMBER that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new NUMBER
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createNUMBER

        NUMBER createNUMBER​(double value)
                     throws SQLException
        Creates a new NUMBER that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new NUMBER
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createNUMBER

        NUMBER createNUMBER​(BigDecimal value)
                     throws SQLException
        Creates a new NUMBER that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new NUMBER
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createNUMBER

        NUMBER createNUMBER​(BigInteger value)
                     throws SQLException
        Creates a new NUMBER that has the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new NUMBER
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createNUMBER

        NUMBER createNUMBER​(String value,
                            int scale)
                     throws SQLException
        Creates a new NUMBER that has the given value and scale.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        scale - the scale of the new object
        Returns:
        a new NUMBER
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMP

        TIMESTAMP createTIMESTAMP​(Date value)
                           throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMP with the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMP
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMP

        TIMESTAMP createTIMESTAMP​(DATE value)
                           throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMP with the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMP
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMP

        TIMESTAMP createTIMESTAMP​(Time value)
                           throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMP with the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMP
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMP

        TIMESTAMP createTIMESTAMP​(Timestamp value)
                           throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMP with the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMP
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMP

        TIMESTAMP createTIMESTAMP​(Timestamp value,
                                  Calendar cal)
                           throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMP with the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        cal - the timezone of the value
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMP
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        12R2
      • createTIMESTAMP

        TIMESTAMP createTIMESTAMP​(String value)
                           throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMP with the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMP
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMPTZ

        TIMESTAMPTZ createTIMESTAMPTZ​(Date value)
                               throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMPTZ with the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMPTZ
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMPTZ

        TIMESTAMPTZ createTIMESTAMPTZ​(Date value,
                                      Calendar cal)
                               throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMPTZ with the given value. The value is interpreted in the time zone of the calendar.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        cal - the timezone of the value
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMPTZ
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMPTZ

        TIMESTAMPTZ createTIMESTAMPTZ​(Time value)
                               throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMPTZ with the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMPTZ
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMPTZ

        TIMESTAMPTZ createTIMESTAMPTZ​(Time value,
                                      Calendar cal)
                               throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMPTZ with the given value. The value is interpreted in the time zone of the calendar.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        cal - the timezone of the value
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMPTZ
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMPTZ

        TIMESTAMPTZ createTIMESTAMPTZ​(Timestamp value)
                               throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMPTZ with the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMPTZ
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMPTZ

        TIMESTAMPTZ createTIMESTAMPTZ​(Timestamp value,
                                      Calendar cal)
                               throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMPTZ with the given value. The value is interpreted in the time zone of the calendar.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        cal - the timezone of the value
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMPTZ
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMPTZ

        TIMESTAMPTZ createTIMESTAMPTZ​(Timestamp value,
                                      java.time.ZoneId tzid)
                               throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMPTZ with the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        tzid - the ZoneId of the value
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMPTZ
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMPTZ

        TIMESTAMPTZ createTIMESTAMPTZ​(String value)
                               throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMPTZ with the given value.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMPTZ
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMPTZ

        TIMESTAMPTZ createTIMESTAMPTZ​(String value,
                                      Calendar cal)
                               throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMPTZ with the given value. The value is interpreted in the time zone of the calendar.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        cal - the timezone of the value
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMPTZ
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMPLTZ

        TIMESTAMPLTZ createTIMESTAMPLTZ​(Date value,
                                        Calendar cal)
                                 throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMPLTZ with the given value. The value is interpreted in the time zone of the calendar.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        cal - the timezone of the value
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMPLTZ
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMPLTZ

        TIMESTAMPLTZ createTIMESTAMPLTZ​(Time value,
                                        Calendar cal)
                                 throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMPLTZ with the given value. The value is interpreted in the time zone of the calendar.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        cal - the timezone of the value
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMPLTZ
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMPLTZ

        TIMESTAMPLTZ createTIMESTAMPLTZ​(Timestamp value,
                                        Calendar cal)
                                 throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMPLTZ with the given value. The value is interpreted in the time zone of the calendar.
        Parameters:
        value - the value that the new object should represent
        cal - the timezone of the value
        Returns:
        a new TIMESTAMPLTZ
        Throws:
        SQLException - if a database error occurs
        Since:
        11R1
      • createTIMESTAMPLTZ

        TIMESTAMPLTZ createTIMESTAMPLTZ​(String value,
                                        Calendar cal)
                                 throws SQLException
        Creates a new TIMESTAMPLTZ with the given value. The value is interpreted in the time zone of the calendar.
        Parameters: