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1. what is the best programming language for db desktop applications

We were at my company working on a RAD language & technologies for windows applications and because of security & cost issues we decided to migrate into Linux environment. so we ...

2. Testing RDBMS and O.S

I am in the process of testing a variety of RDBMS (MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL and FirebirdSQL) using a Java application to do so, this is for personal interest and partly for ...

3. Java, proper approach for controlling Linux server from within Java code?

I've been tasked with setting up an automated system that will have to do some things on the Linux server that, from my understanding and research thus far are not able ...

4. Setting up DSN in linux

5. How to Install DSN on Linux

6. Linux Firebird install?

9. Unijdbc Linux problem

I am using Unijdbc to retrieve data from a multi-valued field (with 7 values) and have found that running this on Linux it only retrieves 5 of these values. If I run it on MS Windows all 7 values are returned. Has anybody else come across this problem? Anybody know how to fix it (apart from using Windows)?

10. JDBC in Linux

Check the Oracle XE web site they have instructions on developing with Java and XE there should be information there. There is of course unix-odbc, for Linux not sure whether RH would have a package for you, which you can use but as mentioned using the driver, .jar file form oracle, is more than enough and unless you needed odbc for ...

11. How to read from an excel sheet in linux?

The are ODBC drivers for Linux; however, I don't happen to know of any free ones (there might be some). ODBC is not built into the operating system in Linux, the way it is in Windows. If you insist on using the JDBC-ODBC bridge, you will need to find a Linux ODBC driver that can read an Excel file. There's probably ...

12. Problem in embedded browser in Linux

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15. Caused by: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError + Linux Server + 64 bit

Hi Ranchers, I am using third party jars to interact with an external agen called OMW from my web application. I am using all 64 bi version softares(jdk, eclipse, OS). Its working fine in local environment. But when I deploy the application in Linux server, I am getting following exception. Exception -> Caused by: java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: no jopcagtbase in java.library.path at java.lang.ClassLoader.loadLibrary( ...

16. JDBC Problem On linux

package; import java.sql.*; import java.sql.Connection; import java.sql.DriverManager; public class DBTest { public DBTest(){ try{ Class.forName("sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbc"); String url="jdbc:odbc:mydatabase"; Connection con=DriverManager.getConnection(url); Statement st=con.createStatement(); String sql="select FirstName from Employees where City='satabo' "; ResultSet rs=st.executeQuery(sql); while({ String fName=rs.getString("FirstName"); } }catch(Exception e){e.printStackTrace();} } public static void main(String[] args) { DBTest object = new DBTest(); } }

17. jdbc in linux

Thanks, I understood, i can put .jar anywhere in java but i have to put in classpath but problem is, how ? can you please write a sample code for putting .jar in class path or i will be please if any one can write the syntax for me to put in path file name is mysql-connector-java-5.0.7-bin.jar

18. Application Server Problems in Linux for JDBC

19. JDBC Linux

Hi, It's working now, I've noticed that on my CLASSPATH environment variable I already have the classes12.jar located in some other directory. So I tried removing the classes12.jar when I specify the -classpath option and it worked. Is having two the same jar files in the class path causes an error? Thanks. Regards, Rhani