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DBPools and required external libraries

Hi All

I have got DBPools working with PDK on SAP J2EE. I wanted to use that in one of the JSPDynPage portal component I created. I got it working by using the "How to Use SAP J2EE Database pooling Service". On page 4 it says, "to access dbpool service your code will have to add the following libraries to your class path"

1. aloneadditional-libjdbc20.jar

I got it working in the PDK environment by modifying the -classpath variable using SAP J2EE configtool and clicking on alone then modifying it in the RHS pane. It works like a charm over there. But when I do the same in real portal environment as that is where it is going to run, J2EE engine even fails to start.

I would appreciate if any one has walked down the same path. Any clue would be helpful.



PS: BTW I am using SAP J2EE 6.20 Patch level 17. Portal version is EP SP5 Patch 3.

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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2003 at 08:42 PM

    Please ignore this post. I got it working. One never has to modify the classpath variable from the configtool, it just works out of the box for Portal Components once the dbpool is setup. So in other words, I didn't have to include the client.jar and jdbc20.jar in my classpath varibale. May be they are already inlcuded for me in the default installation.


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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2003 at 08:51 PM

    Just a stupid trick to put in the beginning of forum list. When would the gods of KM listen 😀

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