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How to Verify and Test Fast Connection Failover (FCF) Setup from a JDBC Thin 10g Client Against a 10.2.x RAC Cluster (Doc ID 433827.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 02, 2020

Applies to:

JDBC - Version to [Release 10.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The following how-to demonstrates a simple java client that shows how to use and verify that the Implicit Connection Cache with Fast Connection Failover (FCF) works correctly. It does this through a java demo as well as various debug techniques used to ensure a correct setup exists.
This document is specific to JDBC version 10.2.
For JDBC version 11.2, please see:
- <Document:566573.1> Fast Connection Failover (FCF) Test Client Using 11g JDBC Driver and 11g RAC Cluster
- <Document:1064652.1> How to Verify Universal Connection Pool (UCP) / Fast Connection Failover (FCF) Setup


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In this Document
 Testing Database Server Setup via SQL*Plus
 Setting Up The Client Environment
 Verify Failover After Shutting Down One Node
 Coding recommendations for FCF

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