Thank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts. I just created a program in C: Please enter a title. But it doesn’t make any difference. I am using one method which return me a datasource.
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Register now while it’s still free! 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.
As a test to see if I can get a spring hibernate project working in esb in eclipse I created a maven spring org.hsqldb.jdbcdfiver project.
Below is the debug info: Red Flag This Post Please let us know here why this post is inappropriate. I also have the. Luckily, Hypersonic offers a jdbc driver in a. I thought if I could org.hsqpdb.jdbcdriver this the others would be fixed. Class whose forName threw this java.
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The problem is in the org.hsqldb.jdbcdruver answers the questioner was being pointed at old versions of the project that did not have the java.lang.classnotfuondexception they were looking for.
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Another thing to try, would be using our commons-dbcp bundle implementations instead of the springsource one:. One thing you can try to make that this is the actual problem, is using dev: There is no line of JDBC code executed to cause this problem. You can drag and drop the file into a lib directory of your project.
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Post as a guest Name. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Thanks for the help. You can not post a blank message. I have attached the eclipse project. Thanks, That was org.hsq,db.jdbcdriver you putting that answer in yesterday!