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How do I deploy the SQLServer 2000 JDBC Driver?

Hi all,

I created a datasource through the visual admin, added the three jar files associated with the MS SQLServer 2000 jdbc driver to the datasource, saved, and then bounce the J2EE server.

In the Integration Directory I configured the driver to

be <b></b>.

When calling the JDBC Adapter, I get the following error: JDBC Adapter Receiver Channel jdbcSCADA: Configuration not initialized due to Loading jdbc <b>driver ''</b> failed: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: Found in negative cache -

Loader Info -

ClassLoader name: [] Parent loader name: [Frame ClassLoader] References: common:service:iiop;service:naming;service:p4;service:ts;;library:security.class;library:webservices_lib;;service:connector;service:dbpool;service:keystore;service:security;service:userstore library:ejb20 library:sapxmltoolkit library:jms Resources: /usr/sap/XID/DVEBMGS00/j2ee/cluster/server0/bin/services/ Loading model: {parent,local,references} -

Available JDBC drivers: No deployed JDBC Drivers

As you can see in the error, the jdbc driver is trying to load the SQLServerDriver class but can't find it. Is there anything besides adding a datasource I need to do for the JDBC driver to find the SQLServerDriver class?



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    Posted on Dec 17, 2004 at 09:20 AM


    Did you deploy the driver classes to the J2EE Engine prior to defining the datasource? Refer to this page in the J2EE Engine 6.40 documentation to see can you can do this:

    Then you define and configure the datasource in the visual admin as described here:

    (just giving this link as a reference if you have problems in configuring the datasource).

    Hope that helps!

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