On Monday 29 October 2007 11:26, Joe Sam Shirah wrote:
The SJSAS admin console has "Create a new JDBC connection pool"
under Other Tasks on the main page, or you can click
Resources->JDBC->Connection Pools from the left panel. Pretty
straightforward setup. While they talk about "supported drivers",
you're able to enter the driver class name.
OK, I got that far. I put com.ibm.as400.access.AS400JDBCDriver for the
datasource class name and selected javax.sql.DataSource for the
resource type. Then under "Additional Properties", I entered a URL
But the error I'm getting is:
which looks like he can't find jt400.jar. I put it in both lib/ and
domains/<domain-name>/lib/ext, not sure which is right.
Glenn Holmer gholmer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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Weyco Group, Inc. fax: 414-908-1601
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