1. java sql exception no suitable driver found stackoverflow.com
I am using a .properties file to contain a SQLServer connection string for an EJB.
2. No suitable driver SQL Exception coderanch.com
What does it mean? I'm running a Tomcat 3.2.4 application that *attempts* to connect to a HypersonicSQL database. I've been able to run it from client-side Java programs, but it simply won't connect from tomcat. I'm using the exact same HypersonicSQL JAR file for tomcat as I am on the client side. This error is caused by the DriverManager.getConnection() method of ...
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6. SQL Exception: No suitable driver coderanch.com
Hi Everyone, I am getting a really strange error. I am using jdk 131._09 and the code compiles and runs when i run using eclipse in a windows xp professional box. I am using the java code to connect to a DB2 database using COM.ibm.db2.jdbc.app.DB2Driver. I am using version 9.1 of DB2 client from my system. However, when i try running ...
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Hi Paul , Thanks. I tried that one, I am using Windows Server 2003, i set classpath by adding environment varible 'classpath' using control panel - system properties.but it doesn't work.can we required to check for dll file for such driver. I doesn't have any idea but heard somewhere. can anybody help? Thanks a lot. Regards Mandar Velankar
Hi - I am using WSAD 512, JDk 1.4 and DB2 7. My code (includes add/edit/delete database operations) works fine with WSAD 512 and Type 2 driver. However when i migrate the code to RAD with the same settings and Type 4 driver , i frequently get NP exceptions. We use statements like preparedStatement.setString to set values for Number fields in ...
9. Exception in thread "main" java.sql.SQLException: No suitable driver coderanch.com
Okay, I'm having much the same problem. I'm new to using JDBC so I've tried going through the same steps to resolve the issue but with no luck. Please help. I'm using Eclipse and JDeveloper (having same problem in both environments) in Windows 7. This is the entirety of my environment variable "CLASSPATH = c:\oracle\sqldeveloper\jdbc\ojdbc6.jar". Should there be more? My code ...
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