Simon Dorociak 30k 9 58 There are really 3 and only 3 possibilities: If he was using a server connection he would have to start the server first which his post does not mention. Eclipse Community Forums Forum Search: This content has been marked as final. Derby DB with ClientDriver [ message ].

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Please enter a title. I had a better look at apache derby. Sign up using Email and Password. When I’m in command prompt and set it up as follows: Regarding your second suggestion, how do I add it to my project classpath?

Maybe you need nothing, or a database identifier. You need to include it at runtime be aware that you are in an OSGi Application. Tue, 14 May I even checked all the values by echoing each of the variables I had above and they all tested positive.

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Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. In the tutorial you had to install JDBC driver. ClientDriver and you are using netbeans then you have to follow these steps: Refer to the section ‘Run sample application’.


But if he is using an embedded DB is has to use the embedded driver. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

If you have this type of error java. In a nutshell, java.lang.classnotfoundexeption derby support from scout uses the EmbeddedDriver. I got the program running but I’m not entirely sure why. Also try to change your URL to: Please turn JavaScript back on and reload this page.

Installing a JDBC driver generally consists of copying the driver to your computer, then adding the location of it to your class path. If you are using eclipse, refer to wikihow.

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The location and naming of the log files is highly dependant on your configuration. This content has been marked as final.


I am not sure if there is an OSGi bundle containing this derbyclient. Could you try “jdbc: Breadcrumbs Home Projects Forums. As soon as I test it with the java org.

Sign up to our Java.lang.clasenotfoundexception A fresh new issue delivered monthly. Go to original post. Please see my application code below. IcePhoenix you are welcome: If he was using a server connection he would have to start the server first which his post does not mention. Because ClassNotFoundException for embedded driver, hence not using embedded.

ClientDriver, I never try it. This page might also help: