Is this at development time, runtime or what? It sounds like 1) the driver may not be registered properly, or 2) the classpath or access to com.ibm.as400.access.* is not available, or 3) the JT400.zip may not be available either to the client or the server(really part of number 2). Example DB connection using Jbuilder... theDatabase.setConnection(new borland.jbcl.dataset.ConnectionDescriptor("jdbc:as400://godzilla/DTALIB", "", null, false, "com.ibm.as400.access.AS400JDBCDriver")); Hope this helps! Curtis J. Pogue wrote: > I get the message it can't find the driver, I've looked and I can't > find it either. It doesn't appear to be in any of the zip files.
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