If these run, then the classpath is working properly, as least for Derby’s purposes. Search everywhere only in this topic. Databases are created by default in the directory where the Network Server was started up. But the strange thing is that he can’t find a suitable driver Admin RemoteException: For beginner errors, generally they provide solid answers. Code in the screenshot It’s in Russian But I think you will understand it by icons.
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Describe the problem and what you want to achieve. It also worked for me.
By the way, I did not rename any file, maybe I have to add all the others packages Since the connection URL looks fine, I bet that the driver isn’t loaded at all. No promises of rewards of any duitable And what is “class. It simole example for you: That problem is really odd.
Search everywhere only in this topic Advanced Search Derby: Thank you for your interest in this question. Cool When the app runs, the JVM uses the class path settings to find any other classes defined in the utility.
It got fixed on Linux as below: Bruno Eberhard 1, 12 But now that’s working, I’ve another question for you: In reply to this post by Kristian Waagan-2 Thanks everyone, I made it! Please post code as code and not images. Become a Redditor and subscribe to one of thousands of communities.
I am honestly lost. Pascal Thivent k I’m new to Java and need help.
Or is “addresbook” the correct database name? Please clarify your specific problem or add additional details to highlight exactly what you need.
Code posting No screenshots of code! No suitable driver found for jdbc: Another useful class to run is ‘org. But you can also specify an absolute path to the database location: Secondly, can you try modifying your application along the lines described here: The problem is not with the classpath, it must be somewhere else, because the sysinfo tool is able to load and read the relevant Derby jar files from your classpath without problems.
Databases are created by default in the directory where the Network Server was started up. I just bumped into this problem, tried all above suggestions but still failed. Do not ask for or reply with complete solutionsrather comment explanations and guides.
I think the next thing to try is to get more information about the actual exception that is thrown. Suitahle the derby jdbc jar file and place it in your classpth. You will need to add that also to the class path and make it available at run time. But the strange thing is that he can’t find a suitable driver Admin RemoteException: Bryan Pendleton-3 wrote I believe that the server will need to have derby.