At least I think that this is the case, I have only had JBoss running for a day. Set your classpath to include: RJDriver followed by the usual smorgasbord of error info bunch of “at blah For example, when Cloudscape is running in the Cloudconnector environment, a client application might use the following database connection URL:. An evaluation copy of Cloudscape version 3. To use these examples, you must uncomment the following properties in your weblogic. I have the same question 0.
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Use wait and notify calls instead. In a Java application, you typically load the driver with the static Class.
Do not use sleep and interrupt calls to notify threads that are accessing a database, because Cloudscape will catch the interrupt call and close the connection jdbcdrivre the database.
I was glad to see I could use Sun’s deploytool for deploying to JBoss without too much trouble. Make sure that cloidscape of your environment vars are set properly. Correct Answers – 4 points. This evaluation version will not expire, but it is restricted to store only a limited amount of data.
A JVM before Java1. Hope this helps someone else too! For example, when Cloudscape is running in the Cloudconnector environment, a client application might use the following database connection URL: Working cloudscaape Database Threads in an Embedded Environment Do not use sleep and interrupt calls to notify threads that are accessing a database, because Cloudscape will catch the interrupt call and close the connection to the database.
The evaluation version of Cloudscape shipped with WebLogic only supports one database connection to a cloudscape.
You will need both cloudscape.
Cloudscape recommend that you download a JAR file called swingall. I followed the JDBC Driver instructions as per this web site, putting what I thought the appropriate classes in as my Cloudscape drivers used the information from the server settings tab in deploytool for Sun’s j2ee implementation – which is working well with Cloudscape When I start JBoss, however, I get ClassNotFoundException: To check the expiration date, put cloudscape.
RmiJdbcDriver” which is a little confusing You should add the Cloudscape classes by using the -classpath option on the command line. Please type your message and jdbcdrivver again.
The database jdbdcriver URL semantics changed as well. For that reason, this section provides useful information for all environments. Other resources For more information about Cloudscape, try these links to their website: This content has been marked as final. Cloudscape on the other hand was a pain. Forums Downloads Projects Buzz.