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The first step to getting Oracle on your Mac is to download a program called VirtualBox. This program allows you to run virtual machines, which are self-contained operating systems. It will let you run a Windows or Linux operating system inside your Mac.
Hello Dipika, i encountered this error as well. I am running 19c. When you start your oracle database on the virtual machine, it gives you some database information. Please check to see what those credentials are, they may be different from what was used above. Check specifically for these:
What is throwing me off is your example to test using SQL and using the hr username and oracle password, is this simply a sample database? How do I set up my own database on my Mac to do my coursework?
Would it be possible to create a step by step guide on installing oracle directly on ubuntu (since running on vm is a bit slow if your machine is a bit obsolete)? There are a few articles on the internet but I failed each time I tried implementing the process.
Now, if I open Terminal on my host machine, I can SSH into my VM via: ssh -p 2222 oracle@localhost. I get the Terminal in the VM, and it gives me the same welcome message I get when I first boot up the VM in VirtualBox. Also, I can ping localhost or 127.0.0.1 and it responds with a variable but short lag.
Now comes the part where I would want to connect Eclipse to the Oracle database that's within the VM. If you look under the first tutorial, dimitrisli sets up IntelliJ with a datasource pointing to the VM. I want to do the same within Eclipse.
I downloaded the JDBC for Oracle Database 12c, JDK 7, from Oracle, here. I stuck the .jar file in my Documents folder (in case that's wrong). Within Eclipse I made a new Database Driver, based off one of the other Oracle Driver templates, and changed the settings. Under "Driver Files" I pointed to my ojdbc7.jar file, and under "Properties" I have the following--let me know if this is wrong:
I suppose that the default configuration of the guest OS's firewall did allow for SSH on port 2222, as that worked fine even with the firewall in place, which served to mislead me into thinking that there was something wrong with my database driver or connection.
The one that I was using, ending in :orcl instead of /PDB1, connects to the "container database". I don't fully understand Oracle 12c and the "pluggable database" implementation, but the rough idea is that you can have multiple databases within a single one, and you can turn them on and off by plugging/unplugging them. Hence, "PDB1", Pluggable Database 1.
Installation guides for Oracle Database 12c and accompanying products on various platforms are collected here.Full Installation Guides describe a wider variety of scenarios with more detail.Client Installation Guides describe installing Oracle database client software on hosts where the database server is not installed.Supplementary Installation Guides describe installing products that are included with the database but installed separately.
I see that Oracle 11g or 12c doesn't have the download files for OS X. However, there is a version of the SQL Developer available for OS X. What's the point of the SQL Developer when you don't have a database?
You can't install the database server software directly on OS X1. Oracle made a decision some time ago not so support it any more, presumably because it wasn't used enough to justify the costs involved. I seem to recall its demise roughly coincided with Apple dropping their Xserve line, but I may have imagined that.
You can use SQL Developer on a Mac to connect to a database running on Windows or Unix/Linux etc., so it still has a place; the fact you can't have a local server running on the same hardware isn't really relevant for most people. It just allows developers to use a Mac instead of forcing them on to a Windows or Linux PC.
You can also install Windows or Linux on Bootcamp or in your own VM in Virtualbox, Parallels or VMWare; and then install Oracle natively. Using a pre-built image saves you needing to learn how to install the database server software, and also makes it easier to go back - if you really mess something up you can trash it and start again fairly simply.
This page contains the ISO images for the three most recent updates to Oracle Linux releases. Since 2006, Oracle Linux has been completely free to download and use. Free source code, binaries, and updates. Freely redistributable. Free for production use. There are several kinds of ISO images:
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I have yet to find a consistent resource online of how to natively install the database and I have also tried my hands on binaries compilation and package transfers along all the previous versions with various, inconsistent results. I have to admit that this long-winded process gets too complicated for my taste and patience.
*General Note: As the creators suggest Oracle XE should be used for testing purposes only. Also the majority of passwords on the VM have been setup by default to oracle and should be changed for obvious security reasons. 2b1af7f3a8