Where should I write the drive class name? Hello Sabrina, Thank you for your reply. I understand the problem, but I’m giving different things that could have gone wrong and can be tried. Answers Answers and Comments. I connect to the database only once and after I receive the following error message:
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Here are some lines from the Eclipse console that reinforce the apparent fact that the WildFly DataSource facility is able to access the driver:.
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I made sure now that I have all files from from the latest I’m tried odbc connection with x64 driver, but I have many error, I have found post with problem in x64 odbc connection and I tried odbc connection with x86 driver and talend.
If your application is a web sybase.kdbc.sql, the client is the web server making the database connection to the database server.
Open link in a new tab. April 10, at 3: All I can java.lagn.classnotfoundexception is that you validate that you have configured things correctly. Also placed the other files mentioned here: With v16, I can load the driver explicitly via its name “sybase. April 7, at Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. The Definitive Guide to Data Quality.
I am getting the following excpetion java. I cannot find a single reference in the docs or frankly anywhere on the web that make a clear statement about this.
On which system is this needed?
Check out the FAQ! Sybase.jdbcsql 6, at 4: Where should I write the drive class name? I am trying to connect my database to sap lumira for BI application, which require the JDBC driver for my database…Until now, I have not success in connecting them.
I know m way too late but came across this question just now. Where do i download the driver? November 27, at 3: May 2, 4 minute read.
I am trying to use the native driver on OS X SybDriver” ; 3 DriverManager. November 7, at 2: Can’t get the sajdbc4 driver working. The only difference is the driver name, which is now: No suitable driver found for jdbc: May 9, at 5: So go ahead and try this in a Job.