Tomasz Nurkiewicz k 53 Driver sybasejtds user secret false false false. Main If you are using Eclipse: I could obviously have just elected to define the datasource directly in the XML file however, the GUIs option to test the connection is nice. Jon Skeet k
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Configuring a SQL Server database
net.sourceforgs.jtds.jdbc.driver You just need to make sure that the jtds jar file is in your classpath. So to test always make a separate copy of standalone. The driver name sybasejtds is entirely arbitrary and is basically what’s going to appear in the JBoss AEP administration GUI typically at port when one tries to create a new datasource.
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In the FAQ is written: If you are using command line: The configuration of a datasource may require two distinct steps: To run an app directly from Eclipse, you can just edit your project’s build path to include the jar file I followed a kind of amalgam between the instructions found here and here.
The remaining levels are taken from the package structure inside the driver’s JAR all the way to the sub-package where the JDBC driver class is defined.
Installing MS SQL Server JDBC driver on Windows
I could obviously have just elected to define the datasource directly in the XML file however, the GUIs option to test the connection is nice. The JBoss server is a piece of excrement as attested by the fact that if you decided to comment out a section in the standalone.
Quite how you net.sourcdforge.jtds.jdbc.driver this will depend on your application type. YourMainClass replace ; with: Second place is your classpath, where you load.
The classpath for a Java application is a list of directories and jar files that the classloader will use to find net.sourcfforge.jtds.jdbc.driver classes you’re using.
How to use the jTDS databse driver for MS SQL Server & Sybase Adaptive Server with Caché Monitor –
After the above steps, I restarted the server and when I visited the JBoss EAP administrative interface to define a new datasource I saw that the driver was already recognized and available as an option. Apparently the JDBC driver in JBoss has net.sourceforge.jtds.dbc.driver be installed as a “module” in the server which is unfortunate as it decreases my options in terms of scripting and cannot be captured in source control.
There is an answer ihstall SO that asserts that it’s possible to define datasources in a standard container-agnostic way, but when I tried to implement that solution I failed.
You’re either missing -jar in which case the -cp will be ignored!
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