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Jubula:Oracle database problem [message #1397759] Thu, 10 July 2014 05:50 Go to next message
Ranjeet Gupta is currently offline Ranjeet GuptaFriend
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I was using jubula default database for my project.Now I want to switch my database to Oracle.I am using window 7 64 bits.So i have downloaded "OracleXE112_Win64" database and installed to my system.this database working perfect..Now I have added this database in jubula window/preferences/Database connections as name-Oracle type-Oracle and SID-XE.
Now In jubula,i had gone to test/select database and I provided username and password,then I opened the database and imported my project got imported.
I had created testexec for default database its working perfectly for default Embedded(H2).Now i changed -dbscheme "Oracle" -dbuser "system" -dbpw "...."Now i am trying to run this testexec,it is showing "No database connection available for name "Oracle".Available name:Default Embedded(H2)".
Here oracle is my scheme name which i created in preferenec of jubula.please have a look at the screensots which attached with this one.
Again i used this script to run oracle database-"sqlpls / nolog
connect / as sysdba
alter system set sessions=100 scope=spfile;
alter system set processes=100 scope=spfile;

its working perfectly.
But again I started my testexec to run it is still showing the same error.

please let me know how to rectify this issue.

Thanks and Regards,
Ranjeet Gupta
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Re: Jubula:Oracle database problem [message #1401342 is a reply to message #1397759] Tue, 15 July 2014 13:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Oliver Goetz is currently offline Oliver GoetzFriend
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Have you tried using the parameter "-dburl" instead of "-dbscheme"? If you use "-dbscheme" you have to use "-data" as well.
Re: Jubula:Oracle database problem [message #1700507 is a reply to message #1397759] Fri, 03 July 2015 06:44 Go to previous message
philips zortzis is currently offline philips zortzisFriend
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try below given steps to connect DB to Oracle.....

Pathing hang - Make sure that your Oracle environment variables are properly set ($ORACLE_HOME)
External hang - The network being down, Kerberos security issues, SSO or a firewall issue can cause an Oracle connection to hang. One way to test this is to set sqlnet.authentication_services=(none) in your sqlnet.ora file and retry connecting.
Listener down/hanging - Start by checking the listener (check lsnrctl stat). Also, see my notes on diagnosing Oracle network connectivity issues.
RAM shortage hang - Over allocation of server resources, usually RAM, whereby there is not enough RAM to spawn another connection to Oracle.
Data hanging - It is not uncommon for an end-user session to "hang" when they are trying to grab a shared data resource that is held by another end-user.

further if you are not able to solve error related to Oracle i would suggest you to simply switch for some other third party tool such as Oracle File Repair Too
give it try at once ,,,its quite user friendly
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