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From Sekhar <kosurusek...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Error in creating database schema on the fly using ij
Date Thu, 27 Dec 2012 12:58:08 GMT
Dinesh Bajaj <dinesh.bajaj@...> writes:

> Thanks for your response.I had completely forgotten about adding the jar to 
the datbase's classpath . I will do it and see whether it works or not.Thanks 
again,Dinesh--- On Tue, 5/10/10, Knut Anders Hatlen <knut.hatlen <at> 
oracle.com> wrote:
> From: Knut Anders Hatlen <knut.hatlen-
QHcLZuEGTsvQT0dZR+AlfA@public.gmane.org>Subject: Re: Error in creating database 
schema on the fly using ijTo: derby-user-
PvNy6fhA98DNLxjTenLetw@public.gmane.orgDate: Tuesday, 5 October, 2010, 1:04 
PMDinesh Bajaj <dinesh.bajaj@ymail.com> writes:> 
Hi All,                     
            > I am 
using Derby  and am calling ij from my java application> to create a 
database schema on the fly.                              
            > The 
database contains a jar file and the error reported concerns
>  this> jar file.                                           
The .sql file read by ij contains this command:                      
            > CALL 
>     > '"schemaname"."DERBYROUTINES"', 0);                         
            > ij 
doesn't throw any error while executing this line and shows the   > output 
as:                                                           >
"0 rows 
inserted/updated/deleted". As a result of executing the line > a jar file named 
DERBYROUTINES.jar.G1286010997266 is added under the > folder 
>                                       >               
                               > The problem occurs when ij is executing
a DDL 
statement for creating > a trigger that calls the function defined in the jar 
file. It then   > reports the 
error:                                                   > 
>                    > "ERROR 42X51: The class 'accountant.DerbyMethods' does

not exist or  > is inaccessible. This can happen if the class is not 
public.         > ERROR XJ001: Java 
exception: 'accountant.DerbyMethods:               > 
            > I am 
perplexed when the jar has been added to the database, why it is> still not 
able to recognize the class defined in the jar file?   
>     Hi Dinesh,Did you also add the jar to the database classpath?
http://db.apache.org/derby/docs/10.6/devguide/cdevdeploy21645.html-- Knut Anders

I created User defined Type and loaded the jar file as mentioned above and add 
to the derby classpath. Along with that i wrote one StoreProc where IN 
parameter is my UDT created earlier. I registered the Store Proc and adding to 
classpath. When i wrote JDBC Client to access my SP then i got 
ClassNotFoundException for UDT java class. but in derby.log file it is showing 
my UDT java class from its classpath jars, though after that it throwing 
Exception, is it because JDBC Client is running in different JVM and Derby 
Server is running different JVM, if so i think it has to get 
ClassCastException. Please help to solve this issue. 

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