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The classpath used depends on how you org.hsqld.jdbcdriver the runtime environment. Then I was able to make some head way. When I run my test case by junit test it is giving me a exception:.
Драйвер HSQL не работает?
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But he also used the -classpath argument, so it is just been ignored. FYI I forgot to add the dependencies in that attached project it was a duplicate of the one I was testing for hsqldb and dbcp. Then I went to the project’s properties and choose “add external jar” and choose. He already added it to the environment variable. Thank you so much! Please enter a title.
Does any of these options fix the issue?
java – Драйвер HSQL не работает? – Qaru
Please enter a title. I have attached the eclipse project. No, you didn’t understood me nor the stuff.
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I added the copied the. At first I did not have these, but no difference either way. The results are the same when those two dependencies are indicated in the pom. What I did was create the simplest spring hibernate bundle that I can. Sign up using Facebook. Thank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts.
So far I have tried these fixes: As a test to see if I can get a spring hibernate project working in esb in eclipse I created a maven spring osgi project. Posting Guidelines Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden.
The problem is not caused by JDBC code the classes of the java.
It’s a bit hard to tell without seeing the actual stack trace, but I suspect it is the commons-dbcp bundle that is trying to load the JDBC driver class and is unable to find it.