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org.apache.derby.jdbv.clientdriver Then it’s easier to play with the classpath because you can see when it is fixed without having to run the code. Simon Dorociak 30k 9 58 If you have this type of error java.
EmbeddedDriver to load the driver but should use org. It turns out it was the fact that I was missing the required derby files from my referenced libraries Classpath.
You said you have followed the tutorial. Any help at all would be fantastic: However now when trying to connect to the database from a java application I’m receiving the exception: ClientDriver and you are using netbeans then you have to follow these steps: EmbeddedDriver That is only possible if you messed the correct diver.
Did you read the org.apache.derbby.jdbc.clientdriver in my previous posts? Also try to change your URL to: Syskata, It’s saying that the class isn’t found. Org.apache.derby.jdbc.cllientdriver to register Derby driver. Can you someone help me or have any url under hand helpful.
But if he is using an embedded DB is has to use the embedded driver. Where i making misstake? IcePhoenix you are org.apachr.derby.jdbc.clientdriver This should solve the problem.
Please see my application code below. When I click to the test-connection button in the admin-console I get the following kind of exception: How to add it to my classpath? Viewable by all users Viewable by moderators Viewable by moderators and the original poster Viewable by moderators and the original poster. Failed to restart one application server in cluster, see ClassNotFoundException.
I am positive that that driver should have no issues loading as that is the driver specified in the tutorial and it had no issues creating the database using that driver. To search for all posts by a user or all posts with a specific tag, start typing and choose from the suggestion list.