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From Todd Grigsby <strutsu...@tgrigsby.com>
Subject Re: MySQL + JDBC
Date Tue, 15 Dec 2009 14:55:49 GMT


It's all 64-bit, installed correctly enough to work from other apps.  I 
will try the Sun forums.

TG

Gabriel Belingueres wrote:
> I don't think it is directly related to Struts.
>
> >From what I googled, seems more like a 32-bit/64-bit component
> mismatch than a Struts issue.
>
> On what JDK/JRE version are you running your app server? it is a 32
> bit version of java? or a 64 bits version?
>
> Your odbc driver is 32 bits or 64 bits? are you sure you installed it correctly?
>
> I particularly don't know how the JDBC-ODBC bridge driver hooks on win
> 64 bits, but I would guess that it depends on the java vm version you
> have installed...may be you can ask in a Sun support forum.
>
> HTH
> Gabriel
>
> 2009/12/15 Todd Grigsby <strutsuser@tgrigsby.com>:
>   
>> Yes, thank you Nils-H, I have been digging around in there as well.
>>  Unfortunately, the problem only occurs from my Struts apps, and judging
>> from the MySQL forums, not many other people experience this issue.
>>
>> TG
>>
>>
>> Nils-Helge Garli Hegvik wrote:
>>     
>>> Have you tried asking over at the MySQL forum? I don't think this is
>>> related to Struts 2.
>>>
>>> Nils-H
>>>
>>> On Tue, Dec 15, 2009 at 8:26 AM, Todd Grigsby <strutsuser@tgrigsby.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>       
>>>> (Beating head on keyboard...)
>>>> "So one more time for the folks at home: Is there anyone out there who
>>>> has
>>>> managed to get MySQL 64-bit to work via ODBC?"
>>>>
>>>> For those who aren't aware, MySQL has an ODBC connector called, oddly
>>>> enough, Connector/ODBC.  In previous versions it was called MyODBC.  It
>>>> does
>>>> work, as evidenced by the fact that I can connect from Windows apps with
>>>> ease. What doesn't work, and the only thing I'm looking for an answer to
>>>> is,
>>>> why do I get the error, "The specified DSN contains an architecture
>>>> mismatch
>>>> between the Driver and Application" when connecting from within Struts 2?
>>>>  But at this point I'd be happy hearing from anyone that has gotten
>>>> "MySQL
>>>> 64-bit to work via ODBC."
>>>>
>>>> TG
>>>>
>>>> Lee Clemens wrote:
>>>>
>>>>         
>>>>> Not to sound like a jerk, but have you gotten JDBC (MySQL Connector/J)
>>>>> working with a MySQL 64-bit server?  Or is this specifically a Struts
>>>>> issue?
>>>>> If so, what message/condition do you receive?
>>>>>
>>>>> Or are you merely asking if MySQL 64-bit is compatible with ODBC [OT]?
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> -----Original Message-----
>>>>> From: Todd Grigsby [mailto:strutsuser@tgrigsby.com] Sent: Monday,
>>>>> December
>>>>> 14, 2009 9:57 PM
>>>>> To: Struts Users Mailing List
>>>>> Subject: Re: MySQL + JDBC
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Not that I wanted to get into a debate about the usefulness of ODBC,
but
>>>>> the Java-based web services we have aren't the only things that connect
>>>>> to
>>>>> these databases, and going through ODBC has been, for the last 10 years,
>>>>> a
>>>>> very nice and consistent way to connect across all our applications and
>>>>> utilities.  We have, at one time or another, supported all of the
>>>>> following:
>>>>>
>>>>>   MySQL
>>>>>   Oracle
>>>>>   SQL Server
>>>>>   Informix
>>>>>   DB2
>>>>>   mSQL
>>>>>   Pervasive SQL
>>>>>   MS Access (pre-Jet)
>>>>>
>>>>> And a few others, and we have connected to these databases via ODBC all
>>>>> along the way.  Keeping the connection mechanism consistent has made
>>>>> development work in a number of languages simple.  So while I certainly
>>>>> appreciate everyone's enthusiasm for talking directly to MySQL, I have
a
>>>>> legacy code base that works *REALLY* well through ODBC, and I'd like
to
>>>>> stick with it.
>>>>>
>>>>> So one more time for the folks at home: Is there anyone out there who
>>>>> has
>>>>> managed to get MySQL 64-bit to work via ODBC?
>>>>>
>>>>> TG
>>>>>
>>>>>
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