I’ve followed the JDBC tutorial at: You need to include it at runtime be aware that you are in an OSGi Application. I am positive that that driver should have no issues loading as that is the driver specified in the tutorial and it had no issues creating the database using that driver. Tue, 14 May Regarding your second suggestion, how do I add it to my project classpath? If instead you see an error like the one below, it means the class path is not correctly set:
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Because ClassNotFoundException for embedded driver, hence not using embedded. Derby DB with ClientDriver [ message ]. No suitable driver found for jdbc: I’ve followed the JDBC tutorial at: I think the driver class used as driver is defined in the “JdbcDriverName” property.
Explicitly shutting down Derby with org.apsche.derby.jdbc.client URL is preferred. Also try to change your URL to: If you are running your application from within Eclipse you can look at the Console view and there change to the server side output screen like icon on the top right of the Console view. If you have this type of error java.
Why are they interchangeable when as you can see in my second misunderstanding the derby. I unfortunately don’t have time to look into this and I have never used the Derby ClientDriver class. This page might also help: There should also java.langg.classnotfoundexception a stack trace and some reference to StandardOutlineService.
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If you are using eclipse, refer to wikihow. But if he is using an embedded DB is has to use the embedded driver.
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But regarding your stack trace you should look at the server side, you’ve pasted the client side stack trace. Simon Dorociak 30k 9 58 I even checked all the values by echoing each of the variables I had above and they all tested positive.
Please type your message and try again. If he was using a server connection he would have to start the server first which his post does not mention. I’ve spent the java.lang.classnotfoundexceptioon part of an hour changing and stepping through this SimpleApp that is bundled with Cloudscape. I don’t want to start a new thread so I’ll just expand on the problems that I’m having.
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Any help at all would be fantastic: Look at this thead also: This content has been marked as final. Any plans to improve the CalendarField component.
Could you try “jdbc: Java JDK comes with both org.