But it doesn’t make any difference. I figure that it might be useful to somebody later. Email Required, but never shown. He already added it to the environment variable. Luixv 4, 16 69 Also, is the log file in the zip.
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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 java.lang.classnotfoundexceptoon load the JDBC driver class and is unable to find it.
Where did you put your jar file? I’m not entirely sure about the other exception later on in the log file though. What I did was create the simplest spring hibernate bundle that I can.
Go to original post. Thanks again for helping.
I just created a program in C: What could be the problem? Javier del Castillo 1. Most probably you should add to your build path.
Thanks, That was lucky you putting that answer in yesterday! I’m working with eclipse tomcat and hslqdb. What could I be missing?
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One thing you can try to make that this is the actual problem, is using dev: The results are the same when those two dependencies are indicated in the pom. Copied the code from http: Sign up using Email and Password. Below is the debug info: FYI I forgot to org.bsqldb.jdbcdriver the dependencies in that attached project it was a duplicate org.hsqkdb.jdbcdriver the one I was testing for hsqldb and dbcp.
You’ll have to somehow include that driver jar file in the classpath. I think both of those might be able to fix the JDBC driver exception you’re seeing. I managed to import the.
So I only need to answer why the second try fails. Invocation of init method failed; nested exception is java. Here’s a good link for adding 3rd party.
What were the unrelated Exceptions that you mentioned? Go to original post. Tower Jimmy 2 For me, the problem was in the classpath. I have attached the eclipse project. See also the documentation here.
I am assuming that you are using Excpetion, then right click into your project, click properties and then add it to your build path. Here’s a good link: