Below I am giving the codes: I have these jar files in E: Upon identification of any security vulnerability, Progress will exercise commercially reasonable efforts to address the vulnerability in accordance with the following policy. If so, then not correctly, or you misspelled the class or package name. DaniWeb Member Rules include: Post as a guest Name. Sign up using Email and Password.

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Connecting to SQL Server 2000 with iReport

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Why am I getting this exception? Below I am giving the codes: DaniWeb Member Rules include: And i have service pack2.

I believe it has something to do with Eclips. I’m trying to connect with the following program. I’m on a vista laptop.


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I have writen a simple test using the java compiler and I get the this result. Hi All, I’m trying to use jdbv connection with sqlServer Add a few “log” time statements to make a preliminary determiniation of where it’s “bottlenecking”. Friend, your debugging informaiton is: I have kept the jar downloaded from microsoft.

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Powered by Progress Sitefinity. I was hoping someone knew if there was something i can set in there that would help.

You can learn more over here. Edited 5 Years Ago by happygeek: I missed that some how.


Ok thanks for the tip. In web containers, each application also gets a fourth classloader for the classes contained within the application directory. Am I loading the right driver?


When I run the following snippet to connect to datasource to get the data out through queries: If so, then not correctly, or you misspelled the class or package name. Once again, the only thing that causes that error, is that the class is not on the classpath for the classloader concerned.

That fixed the class not found error.

Introduced in SQL ServerAlways On Availability Groups is a replica-database environment that provides a high-level of data availability, protection, and recovery. I have these jar files in E: A ClassNotFoundException will only occur in one of three instances: The bootstrap classloader which loads rt.

But still at run time i get the exception java.