|Date Added:||12 June 2011|
|File Size:||27.54 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
It looks like you’re not specifying a database name to connect to, should go something like jdbc: See if you can get that working first, and then see if you can take that configuration information and use it in the Spring bean configuration. I saw that, but I had the similar problem and the solution to it was as shown above. Here is the piece of my spring configuration: Not sure if it’s worth anything, but I had a similar problem where I was getting a “java.
Regards, Jan to post an image on the ranch, you have to upload it to some internet site, and then link to it. The advice for all is to check jdbc url sintax.
sqlexception with hsqldb-please help (JDBC and Relational Databases forum at Coderanch)
Sample HSQLDB program See if you can get that working first, and then see if you can take that configuration information and use it in the Spring bean configuration. You’re one step closer to meeting fellow Atlassian users at your local meet up.
I had the same problem with spring, commons-dbcp and oracle 10g. I think hqldb GUI tends to be easier to use, but you do tend to need to call that jar file via the windows command prompt to start.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Start a discussion Great for ongoing dialogue with others in the community.
“No suitable driver found for >jdbc:h2:file”
If you’ve already registered, sign in. Even though I could successfully load the jdbcDriver class, the classloader behind java. Are you connecting to the mydemo schema in both situations? Hello, I am trying to know hsqldb with a simple table.
No suitable driver found for jdbc: Corrupt files, incorrect permissions or virus checkers can all kill the access to the driver. Skitable helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
Thanks for pointing out my mistake.
Statuspage customers logged more than years of collective incidents in Navigating to the appropriate directory, opening a command prompt there, and calling the java jar file though mine wasn’t java -jar h As some answered before, this line of code solved the problem Class.
I’m using HSQL as my backend, it’s running in standalone mode. That guide has steps for both GUI and Command line interfacing with this database.
I’ve overridden the configLocations as follows: