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How to Specify Native/ASO Encryption From Within a JDBC Connect String (Doc ID 2756154.1)

Last updated on MARCH 04, 2021

Applies to:

JDBC - Version 19.3 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Starting with Oracle Release 19c, all JDBC properties can be specified within the JDBC URL/connect string.  This is documented in the 19c JDBC Developer's Guide here.

The is done via name-value pairs.  A question mark (?) indicates the beginning of any name-value pairs.  For example:

If multiple name-value pairs are used, an ampersand (&) is used as a delimiter between them.

The following example illustrates how this functionality can be utilized to specify native/Advanced Security (ASO) encryption from within the connect string.

Note that, when using native/ASO encryption, both the Oracle database and the JDBC driver default to "ACCEPTED".  This means that no settings are needed in the database SQLNET.ORA file in the below example; if the client specifies "REQUIRED", then encryption will take place.  A table that shows the possible combination of client-side and server-side settings can be found in the 19c JDBC Developer's Guide here.

 

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