Join your peers on the Internet’s largest technical computer professional community. Thanks for the help. It’s a bit hard to tell without seeing the actual stack trace, but I suspect it is the commons-dbcp bundle that is trying to load the JDBC driver class and is unable to find it. I am assuming that you are using Eclipse, then right click into your project, click properties and then add it to your build path. After modifying the content. The question is not exactly clear as to where or what is the actual problem. Learn from thousands of community experts Get answers to your technical questions Share your knowledge with peers 1,,
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I want my Eclipse web application to communicate with a hypersonic database. I got the same error but it referenced the other person’s Dropbox folder. You can drag and drop the file into a lib directory of your project.
I think both of those might be able to fix the JDBC driver exception you’re seeing. Tabbed forms within a Main Form. The Tek-Tips staff will check this out and take appropriate action.
As stated above, there are many ways to create a split DB.
Save the change and update the file in the archive. Sign up using Email and Password. When I deploy my bundle and start it with the hibernate defined I get the Exception.
What could be the problem? One is to use the DB in the synced folder and the other is to move it to another until ready to save. Is there someway this can be resolved? How do I find the real one?
The above process is to fix those which don’t make this adjustment. In one of your comments you stated this was being used so you gave it a different name. I’m not entirely sure about the other exception later on in the log file though. After modifying the content. This is where I see the major portion of the problem. This may help in future for you when asking questions.
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What were the unrelated Exceptions that you mentioned? The classpath used depends on how you executed the runtime environment.
The results are the same when those two dependencies are indicated in the pom. Invocation of init method failed; nested exception is java.
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This discussion is archived. One in the root folder and one in each “Objxx” file included in the Forms and Reports subfolders. And I am calling these jdbcdfiver from dao. The question is not exactly clear as to where or what is the actual problem.
I figure that it might be useful to somebody later.
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Line cclass with the ‘hsqldb. If you can get that project to work, or anybody else, then we would know that it is my configuration that is the problem. I don’t understand “open the. This may be part of your problem, files in the. ODB structure and opened the revised file.