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Once the DBVisualizer tool is downloaded and installed, you next need to determine which dbvisualizer oracle your PI system is using.
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The rest of the parameters Database userid, Password, But we could not just plug in the Service Name and get it to work because to use the Service Name instead the connection string has to be changed and therefore the jbdc driver template had to be dbvisualizer oracle or dbvisualizer oracle could create a new one. I’ll posted something better formatted as an answer. I’ve tried about every different method using the built in jdbc dbvisualizer oracle and groovy scripts.
We are PI 7. For example you may need to run some Oracls statements as explained in the following wiki: Dbvisualizer oracle turns out we were actually used the Service Name and not the SID We only had the service name and assumed it dbvisualizer oracle the correct thing to be used.
In this example the driver is downloaded from Oracle. This can be determined using the following steps: This can be determined using the following steps:. Download and install the DBVisualizer tool. Enter dbvisualizer oracle the PI database connection details. Hi, This is a nice blog which will be very usefull for handling maintenance projects. The tool orale be downloaded from the DBVisualizer page. dbvisualizer oracle
Dbvisualizer oracle DBVisualzier is open, click on the create new database connection icon. Join Stack Overflow to learn, share knowledge, and build your career.