Oracle has this concept of allowing database users to be identified by the operating system user who is running the program that is connecting to Oracle. See [here].
This allows you to do, as that user on a unix machine for example, a command such as:
I am attempting to write a Java program for Oracle 10.2 which connects without a username or password. The obvious choice of url:
doesn't work, giving an error (Sorry I don't have the error available right now).
I have attempted many other forms of doing this as well, but with no luck.
Does anyone have any suggestions on how I can connect a Java program to Oracle using the OS identification method?
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