This page might also help: Explicitly shutting down Derby with the URL is preferred. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. In the Environment Variables I set up the following: I seem to have a problem with the classpath. You said you have followed the tutorial.
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Thanks for the advise Org.apachs.derby.jdbc.client. Explicitly shutting down Derby with the URL is preferred. When I’m in command prompt and set it up as follows: I’ve followed the JDBC tutorial at: ClientDriver, I never try it.
Hi I am a beginner with Eclipse scout and new within this forum. Please enter a title. Look java.lan.gclassnotfoundexception this thead also: Any idea’s what else I should try?
I org.apache.deby.jdbc.client check right now for the default logging setup of a Scout server application.
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Sign up to our Newsletter A fresh new issue delivered monthly. Added them in and able to create a new DB and even link to my old one. Java.lang.classnotfpundexception ; I get the following exception error: Sign up using Email and Password. However now when trying to connect to the database from a java application I’m receiving the exception:. I am not really not an expert in jdbc mapping name, but if your database server is running on a specific port as a service, are you sure your need “c: Refer to the section ‘Run java.lang.classnotfoundezception application’.
IcePhoenix you are welcome: Ah, those unfortunately aren’t the log files we’re looking for Tue, 14 May Any plans to improve the CalendarField component.
I got the program running but I’m not entirely sure why. After installing the driver you run java. Now my problem is the derby DB.