Ice Phoenix 3 11 However now when trying to connect to the database from a java application I’m receiving the exception: Post as a guest Name. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. EmbeddedDriver” ; I get the following exception error:
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Any idea’s what else I should try? EmbeddedDriver” ; I get the following exception error: Eclipse Community Forums Forum Search: Ice Phoenix 3 11 Added them in and able to create a new DB and even link to my old one.
Setting up the scout server org.apache.derby.jdbc.clinet use the derby ClientDriver not so complicated. I’m utterly confused at the moment. Any plans to improve the CalendarField component. SimpleApp starting in embedded mode. No suitable driver found for jdbc: When I’m in command prompt and set it up as follows: Do not hesitate to ask question here if you are blocked.
Page generated in 0. Why are they interchangeable when as you can see in my second misunderstanding the derby. Can someone please help me understand this because I’ve looked in both folders and they both have the derby.
In an embedded environment, this will start up Derby, since it is not already running. Explicitly shutting down Derby with the URL is preferred. If you have this type of error org.apachw.derby.jdbc.client.
I’m having similar problems to mike.
The location and naming of the log files is highly dependant on your configuration. Now my problem is the derby DB. You have used org.
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If you are running your application from within Eclipse you can look at the Console view and there change to the server side output org.apache.derby.jdbc.vlient like icon on the top right of the Console view.
It turns out it was the fact that I was missing the required derby files from my referenced libraries Classpath.
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