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.

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Close this window and log org.hqsldb.jdbcdriver. So far I have tried these fixes: Error creating bean with name ‘main’ defined in URL bundleentry: Please enter a title. Thank you so much! This tool uses JavaScript and much of it will not work correctly without it enabled. But it doesn’t make any difference.


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 results are the same when those two dependencies are indicated in the pom. By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. I want my Eclipse web application to communicate with a hypersonic database.

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.


I did do as instructed. You don’t have JavaScript enabled. If I have only the datasource defined and leave out the hibernate related code in java.lang.classnotfoundexcephion bundle-context. Students Click Here Join Us!

I must be doing something either with features installed or bundle dependencies not installed? Click Here to join Tek-Tips and java.lang.clasnsotfoundexception with other members!

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!