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From Inquistiva <marjon.roodz...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: no Exception but no data either when using DerbyClient from jboss5
Date Sun, 13 Sep 2009 18:20:04 GMT

Apparently I didn't save something right because a bit later the derby-ds.xml
had the old username and password in it again. 
And then there were some issues with creating the same database from another
location, which somehow left me with a new connection with empty tables.
After rummaging around and cleaning up a bit, it all works! 

Inquistiva wrote:
> I found that when I access the database throught the Client driver (using
> IJ and jdbc:derby://locahost..etc) and I also specify the user and
> password I specify in the derby-ds.xml, I get the same result. Apparently
> I should use app instead. Then it works from IJ, but still the same result
> from the jboss application.
> Inquistiva wrote:
>> I have been trying to set up petstore2.0 in jboss. 
>> I have set up the Derby database using the petstore.sql and this works
>> fine. I can start the Network Server and I can reach it as a client
>> through IJ. I can even run the same sql as which is used in the petstore
>> application and I get the data I need.
>> However now I have my petstore application running in Jboss, the first
>> page that results in a database query does not show any results. There
>> are no errors in the logging of the application. The derby.log remains
>> virtually empty. I am not even sure that the DerbyClient configured is
>> actually used (should any logging from the DerbyClient find its way into
>> derby.log? Can I make the logging more verbose?)
>>  http://www.nabble.com/file/p25423943/derby.log derby.log 
>>  http://www.nabble.com/file/p25423943/derby-ds.xml derby-ds.xml 
>>  http://www.nabble.com/file/p25423943/server.log server.log 
>>  http://www.nabble.com/file/p25423943/persistence.xml persistence.xml 
>> Could anyone give me a clue?
>> thanks a million.

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