Bug #27476 Database Connection on ORACLE
Submitted: 27 Mar 2007 15:45 Modified: 28 Mar 2007 6:48
Reporter: Hugo Poissant Email Updates:
Status: Closed Impact on me:
None 
Category:MySQL Migration Toolkit Severity:S2 (Serious)
Version:1.1.10 alpha OS:Microsoft Windows (Windows XP SP2)
Assigned to: Michael G. Zinner CPU Architecture:Any
Tags: MySQL Workbench, Oracle

[27 Mar 2007 15:45] Hugo Poissant
Description:
Trying to create a ORACLE source connection in Database Synchronization, the location of the driver on the harddisk cannot be perform. When chosing the JDBC driver on the harddisk, no confirmation of the selection is gived and the control buttons at the bottom right ('Back', 'Next', 'Cancel') are all unavailable (still gray).

How to repeat:
1. Menu Database->Database synchronization
2. Database synchronization popup window appear.
3. Select 'ORACLE Database Server' for 'Database System' combo box
4. Select 'ORACLE Thin JDBC using SID' for 'Driver' combo box
5. Click 'Locate Driver on HardDisk' button
6. Indicate the 'ojdbc14.jar' file in Explorer and click 'OK' to close the explorer window
7. The message 'Driver not attached' still show and the control buttons at the bottom right ('Back', 'Next', 'Cancel') are all unavailable (still gray).
[28 Mar 2007 6:48] Michael G. Zinner
Hi,

you need to restart the tool so it is able to see the new driver and can load it on startup.

Mike