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a_anand
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3 years ago

java.sql.SQLException : ORA-12269: client uses weak encryption/crypto-checksumming version

I am getting following error while building query (Data Connection) in ReadyAPI (3.5.1):

java.sql.SQLException : ORA-12269: client uses weak encryption/crypto-checksumming version

but no such error I get while executing same query on SQL Developer for the same connection.

Any particular reason why this is happening and what can be done to resolve this issue?

 

 

  • Hey a_anand,

    Have you confirmed SQLDeveloper is using the same jdbc driver?

    Assuming SQLDeveloper and ReadyAPI! are installed on the same machine, using the same connection string and the same version of JRE, i cant see how any other option will cause different behaviour (like youre seeing) unless youre using different driver files.

    Maybe someone else has an idea, but thats the only option i can see that would cause a difference. If SQLDeveloper and ReadyAPI are installed on different machines then youd need to compare everything (JRE, connection string and driver), but if theyre on the same machine the only difference could be the driver as these are saved in separate locations on your hard disk.

    Cheers,

    Rich

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  • richie's avatar
    richie
    Community Hero
    Hey a_anand,

    Have you confirmed SQLDeveloper is using the same jdbc driver?

    Assuming SQLDeveloper and ReadyAPI! are installed on the same machine, using the same connection string and the same version of JRE, i cant see how any other option will cause different behaviour (like youre seeing) unless youre using different driver files.

    Maybe someone else has an idea, but thats the only option i can see that would cause a difference. If SQLDeveloper and ReadyAPI are installed on different machines then youd need to compare everything (JRE, connection string and driver), but if theyre on the same machine the only difference could be the driver as these are saved in separate locations on your hard disk.

    Cheers,

    Rich
    • a_anand's avatar
      a_anand
      New Contributor

      Thanks!

       

      I compared all details and found that the driver used in SQLDeveloper was of different version (older).

      I used the same driver in ReadyAPI and it worked!

       

       

      • sonya_m's avatar
        sonya_m
        SmartBear Alumni (Retired)

        Thank you for helping to solve this, Richie! Well done!

         

        a_anand great to hear the solution worked! Thank you so much for sharing!