I have a Derby database on a remote Linux server and I want to get CRXI to connect to it. I am not at all familiar with JDBC, but the manual seems to imply that JDBC is the standard way to talk to Java Databases like JDBC and this should be easy.
I entered a JDBC URL based on one used to connect from another product and class name "org.apache.jdbc.ClientDriver", which appears from a web search to be the right class to use, but I just get the message "JDBC driver not found". I assume that this means it can't find the class "org.apache.jdbc.ClientDriver". Do I need to install this somewhere, or am I going about this entirely the wrong way?