No suitable driver found for jdbc: Refer to the section ‘Run sample application’. However now when trying to connect to the database from a java application I’m receiving the exception: Eclipse Community Forums Forum Search: You don’t have JavaScript enabled.

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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.

In the tutorial you had to install JDBC driver. Sign up to our Newsletter A fresh new issue delivered monthly. By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. Please turn JavaScript back on and reload this page. In a nutshell, the derby support from scout uses the Org.apache.derbh.jdbc.client.

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.

In an embedded environment, this will start up Derby, since it is not already running. Now my problem is the derby DB. This tool uses JavaScript and much of it will not work correctly without it enabled. If instead you see an error like the one below, it means the class path is not correctly set: Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled.

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.

Now just need to work out how to link to the database using an external IP address haha: You don’t have JavaScript enabled. Explicitly shutting down Derby with the URL is preferred. SimpleApp starting in embedded mode.

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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.