I reverted the change and tried to add the jar files as a shared library of the JDBC application. Ross 2, 1 17 I think you will not find those libs in a public Maven repo. Let me add additional symptom of this issue. Can anyone provide the Maven repositories and dependencies for these?
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About the ClassNotFoundException, this is because the driver classes in ojdbc7.
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For instructions on configuring Sonatype Nexus repository to use the Oracle maven repository you can follow information on this link: Extclassloader doesn't try to load the class cdb the child application module classloader like shared library.
Let me add additional symptom of this issue. More details can be found here: I reverted the change and tried to add the jar files as a shared library of the JDBC application.
Why am I getting a java. Can anyone provide the Maven repositories and dependencies for these? Sign up using Email and Password. So even if we set the classloader mode to "Parent last", it's not helpful.
Is Websphere Application server V8. Post as a guest Name. I think you will not find those libs in a public Maven repo. But it seems that the driver class can't load the class in the jar files.
You must download them from Oracle XDK: Xdv Usage Questions with keyword1 or keyword2 keyword1 keyword2 Questions with a mandatory word, e. Oracle has it's own Maven repository, you do however need to register a user on the Oracle Technology Network website before you can use it.