#710 Squirrel Crashes after connecting

Squirrel SQL
closed-invalid
Core (461)
5
2015-01-08
2009-02-06
Anonymous
No

I am seeing an issue with Squirrel when trying to connect to an Oracle database using the Oracle 10g client. Squirrel is able to successfully test connecting to the database but when you try to actually connect to it the schemas start to load and then Squirrel shutsdown.

Discussion

  • Steve

    Steve - 2009-02-06

    I submitted this before I created an account. I do have it working with Oracle 10g on pc's that have other versions of Oracle client installed as well. Currently this issue is only happening on PC's with the 10g client only.

     
  • Rob Manning

    Rob Manning - 2009-02-07

    What is the form of your connection url and which jdbc driver classname are you using ?

    Also, if you launch from the command-line, do you see any errors ? Are there any error messages in the log ?

    Rob

     
  • Steve

    Steve - 2009-02-09

    I am using ojdbc14.jar thin driver. The connection url is jdbc:oracle:oci:@<sid>. Launching from the command line I get the following error.

    #
    # An unexpected error has been detected by Java Runtime Environment:
    #
    # EXCEPTION_ACCESS_VIOLATION (0xc0000005) at pc=0x61d32910, pid=200, tid=3424
    #
    # Java VM: Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (11.0-b16 mixed mode, sharing windows-x86)
    # Problematic frame:
    # C [OraClient10.Dll+0x112910]
    #
    # If you would like to submit a bug report, please visit:
    # http://java.sun.com/webapps/bugreport/crash.jsp
    # The crash happened outside the Java Virtual Machine in native code.
    # See problematic frame for where to report the bug.
    #
    I am attaching the full error log created.

     
  • Rob Manning

    Rob Manning - 2009-02-09

    The following excerpt from the log indicates a bug in the OraClient10.Dll file which I'm guessing is shipped with the Oracle 10g Client, which you have used since you have configured Oracle's type2 driver (using SQL*Net). You should

    1. give the type-4 driver (ojdbc14.jar) a try, or
    2. update your Oracle client software (assuming they have a fix for this problem).

    This problem is in C code provided by Oracle, and is not something we can do much about.

    # Java VM: Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (11.0-b16 mixed mode,
    sharing windows-x86)
    # Problematic frame:
    # C [OraClient10.Dll+0x112910]

     
  • Rob Manning

    Rob Manning - 2009-02-09
    • labels: 336290 --> Core
    • status: open --> open-invalid
     
  • Steve

    Steve - 2009-02-11

    The issue was indeed with Oracle 10G. Thank you for the help. There are patches for 10g that do the trick. Unfortunately I don't have rights to the installs for the patches at my company, luckily my pc has been patched. I copied the client_1 directory from my patched install to the pc's this issue was occurring on and everything worked. I started in safe mode to do the copy just to make sure Windows was not holding anything open. thanks again for the help.

     
  • Steve

    Steve - 2009-02-11

    The issue was indeed with Oracle 10G. Thank you for the help. There are patches for 10g that do the trick. Unfortunately I don't have rights to the installs for the patches at my company, luckily my pc has been patched. I copied the client_1 directory from my patched install to the pc's this issue was occurring on and everything worked. I started in safe mode to do the copy just to make sure Windows was not holding anything open. thanks again for the help.

     
  • Rob Manning

    Rob Manning - 2009-02-11
    • status: open-invalid --> closed-invalid
     
  • Rob Manning

    Rob Manning - 2009-02-11

    Glad to hear it!

    Rob

     

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