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From "Andrew McIntyre" <mcintyr...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Can't run the Eclipse plug-in labs
Date Thu, 15 Feb 2007 20:02:14 GMT
On 2/15/07, A. Rick Anderson <arick@pobox.com> wrote:
> Bryan Pendleton wrote:
> >> 'jdbc:derby:net://localhost:1527/jayDB;create=true;user=APP;password=APP;';
> > Try taking the "net:" out. Having "net:" in there means to use
> > the IBM DB2 JDBC driver, also called the "JCC" driver. The Derby JDBC
> > driver just uses the prefix jdbc:derby:, so just say jdbc:derby://...
> Yeah, I saw this comment when I was googling.  However, it is not clear
> to me where and how would I "take out the 'net'" from the URL?  I,
> personally, am not creating, nor invoking, the connection URL directly.
>   I am calling ij from Eclipse via the plug-in.  I have not been able to
> locate where the URL is being defined in the ij.bat or the
> derby_common.bat files that presumably the Eclipse plug-in is calling.
> The only files where I can find that this string is found is in the
> administration manuals.
> What I am trying to do is follow the lab that comes with the Eclipse
> plugin.  After installing, you are supposed to invoke 'ij' on
> jay_tables.sql script using the menu option "Apache Derby->Run SQL
> script using 'ij'".  This is where I get the error message.

What lab did you get this script from? Have you tried following the
instructions on the Derby website?

The connect statement is an ij command in the jay_tables.sql script.
You would need to edit that script to take the 'net:' out of the
connection URL.


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