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Error while starting Datahub

Hi Experts,

I have tried to write a java program which attempts to connect to the embedded Hsql DB. Eventhough the program did not work , but the same has seemed to create a negative effect on the database. Now every time I try to start datahub it gives me an error and it is not starting up. I have attached the stack trace of the error ( logs )..... Looking at the error tt seems the database of datahub link textis corrupted somehow. I would like to revert it back to its original state so that I can resume my work ? Can you throw me some help urgently ?

Regards, Kiran

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2015 at 07:06 PM

    Just restart the data hub but set the

    kernel.autoInitMode=create-drop

    in local.properties file. Revert your connection string to the way it used to be and you should be good to go.

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    Posted on Nov 11, 2015 at 07:45 AM

    Hi Experts, The actual issue was because there were a set of duplicate jars present in the lib folder. When I removed them the issue was gone. The ticket can be closed now.

    Regards, Kiran

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