Check the JT400 site for info on this. Specifically the URL string for connection. It will look something like:

jdbc:as400://SystemIP;libraries= LIB1 LIB2 LIB3;naming=system;

Although with JNDI datasources the syntax may vary

System naming allows you to specify Table/LIB notation vs Table.LIB notation.

There are a bunch of other parameters that can be set using the URL. Check out the JT400 site for more info


tim wrote:
Thank Aaron, that worked...

Now, I am getting this error during "get"

EGL0504E GET: [SQL0204] CMAST in VBUSER type *FILE not

Cmast is the table, vbuser is the user profile I used to sign onto iseries.

When I tried to qualify cmast (library/cmast), that didn't work...

How can I set up a library list or qualify libraries?


-----Original Message-----
From: egl-i-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:egl-i-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Aaron Bartell
Sent: Saturday, December 20, 2008 7:25 AM
To: EGL on and around the IBM i
Subject: Re: [EGL-i] configuring tomcat server in RBD 7.5

Try putting the JT400.jar in c:/Program Files/Apache/<TomcatInstallFolder>/lib/.
Aaron Bartell

tim wrote:

I am trying to create a web project using tomcat server 6.0. When I try
run the program I get the following message:

EGL0505E Cannot connect to jndi/nhl: Cannot load JDBC driver class

When I create the same web project using websphere server, it works fine.

Does anyone have any examples or step-by-step procs that would be helpful?


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