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From dr_nailz <dr.na...@gmail.com>
Subject BindException on db call
Date Tue, 28 Jun 2005 03:42:59 GMT
I've set up an environment very similar to that mentioned in the
SQLMaps tutorial, and I'm getting a BindException: "cannot assign
requested address: JVM_Bind" when I try to make a call on the database
(MySQL).  I'm not exactly sure what this means, or where to look
(given that I'm just making a call to a local database on a standard

The complete exception message is:

com.mysql.jdbc.CommunicationsException: Communications link failure
due to underlying exception:


MESSAGE: java.net.BindException: Cannot assign requested address: JVM_Bind

I'm using the DataMapper contained in the "iBATIS_DBL-"
release, MySQL-4.1.11 and the standard driver from
MySQL_Connector_J-3.1.8a (com.mysql.jdbc.Driver).  Also, although I'm
not sure that it matters, I'm using netBeans-4.1, and the class the
exception is thrown from is a JUnit-3.8.1 test.

The URL I'm using to access the database (which is running) is:
(the user account I'm using has access to this database, and I've
tried my IP,, and my hostname in place of localhost).

The line that causes the exception is:
member = (Member)sqlMap.queryForObject("getMember", new Integer(1));
(a row exists in the db with PK value of 1, and the mapping for Member
seems to be correct - errors in the Member class and Member.xml show
up as different exceptions).

I have a feeling that I'm doing/missing something very obvious, I'm
just not sure what.

Any pointers on where to look or what to try would be much appreciated!


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