We have JDBC drivers running on 32 bit eDirectory in the same Tree as
"new' 64 Bit eDirectory servers.

On ONE JDBC driver, will not start using a remote loader or direct on
the 64 Bit servers showing the error:
[09/27/12 11:03:41.087]:XPC2IDV ST:Loading descriptors.
[09/27/12 11:03:41.118]:XPC2IDV ST:Loaded.
[09/27/12 11:03:41.119]:XPC2IDV ST:Parameter: 'jdbc-class'
Value: 'oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver'
[09/27/12 11:03:41.119]:XPC2IDV ST:Parameter: 'jdbc-driver-descriptor'
Value: '_JDBCOracleCustomizedDescribtor.xml'
[09/27/12 11:03:41.119]:XPC2IDV ST:Parameter: 'database-descriptor'
Value: null
[09/27/12 11:03:41.120]:XPC2IDV ST:Loading driver descriptor file
'_JDBCOracleCustomizedDescribtor.xml'.
[09/27/12 11:03:41.123]:XPC2IDV STriverShim.init() returned:
[09/27/12 11:03:41.124]:XPC2IDV ST:
<nds dtdversion="2.0" ndsversion="8.x" xmlns:jdbc="urn:dirxml:jdbc">
<source>
<product build="20120601_0445" instance="XPC2IDV"
version="3.5.9">DirXML Driver for JDBC</product>
<contact>Novell, Inc.</contact>
</source>
<output>
<status level="fatal" type="driver-general">
<description>Driver descriptor file
'_JDBCOracleCustomizedDescribtor.xml' not found.</description>
<jdbc:document xml:space="preserve">&lt;nds dtdversion="4.0"
ndsversion="8.x">
&lt;source>
&lt;product edition="Advanced"
version="4.0.2.0">DirXML&lt;/product>
&lt;contact>Novell, Inc.&lt;/contact>
&lt;/source>


Yet the same driver runs on the "old" eDirectory servers.
A search for the file '_JDBCOracleCustomizedDescribtor.xml' returns no
results on the old server.

We see:
[09/27/12 10:53:03.564]:XPC2IDV PT: Searching for database descriptor
file matching the runtime database.
[09/27/12 10:53:03.564]:XPC2IDV PT: Loading database descriptor file
'_oracle.xml'.
[09/27/12 10:53:03.564]:XPC2IDV PT: Applying imports to driver
descriptor '_JDBCOracleCustomizedDescribtor.xml'.
[09/27/12 10:53:03.565]:XPC2IDV PT: Applying import '_oracle.xml'.

Any ideas?

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Thank You for your help!

-jim
Jim Willeke