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CMS-XML SBM 2008/2009: How to switch SBM from Sql Server database to an Oracle database (or vice versa)?
</connection-url> < driver -class>net.sourceforge.jtds.jdbc.Driver</ driver -class> <connection-url>jdbc:oracle:thin:@oracleserver
CMS-XML Default Settings for Oracle for SBM Driver
The attached document contains screenshots of the settings that are recommended for the Oracle for SBM driver. When you configure the Application Engine Database Server connection for an Oracle database in SBM Configurator, the following settings are created in the Oracle for SBM driver. If you decide to create your own DSN (instead of using the default Mashup2009 DSN) or if you alter the settings and need to change them back, refer to the screenshots in the attached document for assistance.
CMS-XML Import from Tracker to SBM in Oracle - some characters change language
To give Oracle control it is best to NOT use the Tracker Oracle drivers that were supplied with Tracker to connect to the Tracker database. Tracker can use a genuine Oracle driver if a DSN is created from that driver with the Name and Description that Tracker expects. Simply create a DSN by that same Name/Description with an extra character on the end so you can identify it.
CMS-XML Unable to edit templates in Configurator when using Oracle - save fails
09/03/2014 15:51:51 Error Failed to save template "default.txt": ERROR [HY000] [ SBM ][ODBC Oracle Wire Protocol driver ][ Oracle ] ORA -01008: not all variables bound at System.Data.Odbc.OdbcConnection.HandleError(OdbcHandle hrHandle, RetCode retcode)
CMS-XML Database Clients and Drivers for SBM
For SBM 11.8 onwards Oracle Application Engine Connection Changed from " Oracle for SBM " ODBC Driver to the Oracle Client ODBC Driver
CMS-XML Configurator fails to configure Oracle when Oracle client is installed on server
Work Around Edit the Oracle for SBM Driver Blank out the hostname information Now blank out the TNS Server Name: Mashup2009
CMS-XML Readme for SBM 10.1.1.1 as of 12th April 2012
As part of the upgrade, the existing Mashup2009 DSN is automatically converted to use the new "Oracle for SBM" driver. If you attempt to use a DSN other than the Mashup2009 DSN provided by SBM , the SBM System Administrator prompts you to either use the Mashup2009 DSN or to modify or create a DSN that uses the " Oracle for SBM " driver .
CMS-XML Readme for SBM 10.1 as of 9th February 2012
The underlying functionality for the Oracle for SBM driver has changed . In 10.1, The Oracle for SBM DSN that is packaged with SBM no longer requires the Oracle client because the Oracle service name is now used. This means that you no longer need to install the Oracle client in order to connect to the Oracle server.
CMS-XML Configuration Files, Web Interface Templates, JavaScript Files, and String Changes That Have Changed in 2009 R4
<string xml:space="preserve" version="904001001" resname="IDS_MSG_ORACLEODBCDRIVERNOTSUPPORTED">SBM does not support using the ODBC drivers supplied by Oracle. SBM delivers the " Oracle for SBM " driver for you to use when connecting to Oracle . Please change your connection to a DSN that uses the supplied ODBC driver.</string>
PDF Installation Guide and Configuration Guide
• For Oracle systems, you must connect to the SBM Application Engine database using either the Mashup2009 DSN that is installed with SBM or a system DSN that uses the "Oracle for SBM" driver that is installed with SBM. If you attempt to use a DSN other than the Mashup2009 DSN provided by SBM , the SBM System Administrator prompts you to either use the Mashup2009 DSN or to modify or create a DSN that uses the " Oracle for SBM " driver .
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