Yay! I really appreciate pattern makers who are willing to allow limited use with attribution to the pattern maker. You really help promote making and selling local for those of us who sell on small scale. I will be getting your pattern and promoting YOU. I make soft dolls and toys with a local child care center and to offer at farmers market. The carry basket will be an awesome carrier for soft baby dolls and other stuffed animals. Thanks for a great idea and the willingness to share your work and design creativity.
Using the standard procedure told in the TNS documentation (https://docs.oracle.com/javadb/10.7.1.1/install/app.install.html) I was able to setup my environment to work with a fresh JRE. This is so far my understanding until I came across other references on the Internet: that I can download and install the Instant Client like it is an ordinary Oracle client. ( 220.127.116.11.3. The Oracle Instant Client , for example, where it seems to be explained that you just need to download the zip file and run the jup-installer.exe file.
This wasn't working for me. My issue was in downloading the tnspatch package because the download link for the zip file was not the one for the tnspatch package. In trying to download the tnspatch, I was however able to download the zip file after many googleing, unzipping it and seeing that it is not the correct version. d2c66b5586