You must define the data you want access with the ODBC Data Source Administrator. On a Windows computer, use the ODBC Control Panel to define the data source. On other platforms, check the documentation provided with your ODBC driver manager for instructions. You put the Data Source Name (DSN) that you define in ODBC into the database URL to allow the WebLogic T3 driver to open the data source.
This package also requires a running WebLogic Server and the WebLogic JDBC multitier JDBC driver.
For more info on WebLogic JDBC and using the JDBC-ODBC bridge, see the Developers Guide, Using WebLogic JDBC, and see the Tech Tip, What do I do with all these connections, anyway?
$ javac -d %CLIENT_CLASSES% simpleselect.java
$ java examples.jdbc.odbc.simpleselect