I think the next thing to try is to get more information about the actual exception that is thrown. Yes, sorry, I didn’t pay close enough attention to that the first time. When you add a folder to the classpath, it’s expected to be a folder containing classes exploded complete with the folder path matching the package names ; when you add individual jars to the classpath you must add each separately. You think i need to specify the complete path This is how my part of code looks now:. Am I all abroad?
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In reply to this post by Kristian Waagan For example, some application servers have security constraints in their class loading behaviors, and won’t allow application code to load arbitrary libraries without configuring the server’s security system to allow the library loading.
If these run, then the classpath is working properly, as least for Derby’s purposes. I preferred to reply here for the context of the argument. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count.
Derby : No suitable driver found for jdbc:derby:db;create=true
Maybe it was a classpath conflict, because I specifyed more than once the path to get the derby. I thought I already set it up properly: I need another set of eyes to look over my work.
By the way, I did not rename any file, maybe I have to add all the others packages Employee property annotation In this case I’m testing using my Local.
Setup, as you said, then I tryed to connect to a new db, that’s what I got: Search everywhere only in this topic Advanced Search Derby: You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum. It’s also possible that in persistence.
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It’s weird ronchalant wrote: Hetal Rachh 41 4. Please help me — View this message in context: To make things simpler, Derby’s JAR files are bound together internally, using the Manifest mechanism, so if you simply specify the full classpath to derbyrun.
No suitable driver found for jdbc. I hope I explained well my problem, if you need more info, ask and I will tell you what you need. edrby
Ganesh 1 1 3. Hello, I’m using NetBeans 6. You can also add it anywhere in that class statically like this: I think that Kristian’s theory about classloaders is the most likely, as application servers and RMI runtimes tend to provide really finicky class loading behaviors. Once a derby server starts, it starts listening to default port So something in your server code must be interfering with the Class.
Derby Connection Issues
Cool When the app runs, the JVM uses the class path settings to find any other classes defined in the utility. By the way, my instructore has the same exact code and it’s working fine.
ClientDriver inside the derbyclient. So it should be org.
Select above mentioned jars from path e. Thanks — View this message in context: Reading the article mentioned before, what I understood is that all the classes my Setup needs are searched in the classpath linked by the command, but in a tmp pkg.
Hoping I’m not wasting your time in a useless thing, thanks a lot.