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Derby DB with ClientDriver [ message ]. But regarding your stack trace you should look at the server side, java.alng.classnotfoundexception pasted the client side stack trace.
This page might also help: I am not really not an expert in jdbc mapping name, but if your database server is running on a specific port as java.lang.classnotfoundexcetion service, are you sure your need “c: Any help at all would be fantastic: If he was using a server connection org.apache.degby.jdbc.client would have to start the server first which his post does not mention.
Regarding your second suggestion, how do I add it to my project classpath? I’m utterly confused at the moment.
I have the following environment variables set up: Because ClassNotFoundException for embedded driver, hence not using embedded. I got the program running but I’m not entirely sure why.
I am not sure if there is an OSGi bundle containing this derbyclient. You said you have followed the tutorial. And i have no idee how org.apqche.derby.jdbc.client can construct the log’s. If you have this type of error java. There should also be a stack trace and some reference to StandardOutlineService.
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Added them in and able to create a new DB and orf.apache.derby.jdbc.client link to my old one. There are really 3 and only 3 possibilities: ClientDriver and you are using netbeans then you have to follow these steps: Thanks for the advise Sajmon.
I can’t check right now for the default logging setup of a Scout server application.