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This content has been marked as final. It’s interesting that you had to specify the username and password as part of the connection URL and it indeed jbss what the documentation states here http: Email Required, but never shown. What does it look like? I’m still getting Forums Downloads Projects Buzz.
Thank you for your insights. I tried changing the JDBC driver as you recommended, but discovered that it still does not work. Of course if you’re not using the distributed DataSource you can configure the regular driver class as previously defined.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. I have found a work around at least for now.
I’ll have a look if it is possible to have an exception easier to read and understand. Or are you using the CLI to issue it?
Installing the JDBC Driver and Deploying the DataSource
TestDS is missing [jboss. How to actually create a Datasource.
Deploying JDBC jar file e. In a nutshell they have according to jdbc 4 spec a file specifying the name of vendor class implementing Driver. I am running my application on a WildFly 10 server. Operation “add” failed – address: Thank you for your advice.
You have to put there the vendor class implementing java. Either way, the quickest way to test a connection in pool is to use the admin console to issue that request and let it manage what management operation needs to be invoked behind the scenes.
I did discover that the JTDS module has not been able to create the. If I try to add “driver-name” it I get a parse error. We have 2 possible case for jdbc driver: I run jboss in standalone mode and have set my datasource in the standalone.
jboss 7 AS datasource for sqlserver – Stack Overflow
I did try both of these options and continued to receive the same error message. How to connect mysql database with struts application through jndi. Let me explain better why JTDS is not working with your config. Msqsl for that — it helped! If so, how are you connecting to the CLI?