Oracle 8.1.5 Client/WLS/Solaris x86

has anyone been able to get Oracle's client 8.1.5 running on Solaris x86 in conjunction with WLS to talk to back-end Oracle? Any help would be greatly appreciated.thanks.

This will not work. We have not built the native libraries to work with
Solaris on Intel..
I suggest trying the platform independent type 4 JDBC driver available for
free from Oracle. It is supported (as is any JDBC driver) with WebLogic
Server. To download it:
Go to http://www.oracle.com and select the "Download" option.
From the resulting page, use the "Select Utility or Driver" dropdown to
select Oracle JDBC drivers
From the resulting page, scroll down a little (since SQLJ stuff appears at
the top).
Or, to go directly there:
http://technet.oracle.com/software/tech/java/sqlj_jdbc/software_index.htm
Thanks,
Michael
Michael Girdley
BEA Systems Inc
"Dean Davis" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:3a267487$[email protected]..
has anyone been able to get Oracle's client 8.1.5 running on Solaris x86in conjunction with WLS to talk to back-end Oracle? Any help would be
greatly appreciated.thanks.

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