I'm not familiar with Scott Klement's JDBC driver, and I'm a little
confused by the implication that his (or any custom) driver is in
jt400.jar.
Regardless, the thing to note is that you are getting a No *ClassDef*
Found error, not a ClassNotFoundException.

Sorry if I was confusing. Scott's driver is not in the jt400.jar, his
service program uses a class definition found in the jt400.jar.

for more information (also read the responses,) but the first thing I
would
check is if another jt400.jar exists on the classpath, like maybe
/qibm/proddata/OS400/jt400/lib. Boot classpath trumps the extension
path.

Didn't find one in there but I will read the link you sent me as soon as I
get our network guys to unblock that site. We are on internet lockdown
here. Lol. Thanks for the help.

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