I’ve made that mistake many a time myself. Hi Audra, What steps are you following when you get this error? I have a feeling that was just the tip of the iceberg though as I got a new error of ” General error: Patch needs a little cleanup, though. Good afternoon Andy, I am in a Windows environment and I was following the steps exact.

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Corrupt or lost files are a bit more involved to fix. Just to clear things up, what kind of database do you have?

Ah, yes, the missing semicolon. Audra Oct 17, Suggest an answer Log in or Sign up to answer. Please be careful with the version.

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Are you sure it hung? Navigating to the appropriate directory, opening a command prompt there, and calling the java jar file though mine wasn’t java -jar h Suiable think the GUI tends to be easier to use, but you do tend to need to call that jar file via the windows command prompt to start. Nice, the hack seems to work for both interactive sessions including the ij command RUN ‘script. For Apache Derby, the driver class name is org. In reply to this post by Dunk, Michael Mike After 40 minutes the command is still running, I assume that 40 minutes is too long just suitwble create a test database.


This is how my part of code looks now: I tried everything mentioned in this thread and only. Mohamed Bawaneen 29 1. That guide has steps for both GUI and Command line interfacing with this database.

I solved this by adding library to the library console below my project: Stack Overflow works best with JavaScript enabled. ClientDriver when working in server mode. You must be a registered user to add a comment. I would be interested to see exactly how you are seeing this specific error.

No suitable driver found for jdbc: Learn more about AUGs Groups near you. So if you’re testing with remote server instance, look for the derbyclient.

How can I trouble-shoot this? In your case, I’d expect to see a database name at the end of jo connection string. My project is working!

Any help would be appreciated. It also worked for me.

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It must be compatible with the server instance you are running. Atlassian Community logo Explore. Ganesh 1 1 3. Not an answer to you specific question, but some more info: N this way, the DriveManager does know the derby EmbeddedDriver.

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I think some refactoring in ij could have been useful to make the patch a little cleaner, but I didn’t feel like messing more with ij than I had to in this round.

I’ve got a hack in my trunk checkout now, and it seems to work. Without repeat shitable have been suggested above, here are the things I you may be missing: