I do not see how it could not find javax.sql.datasource, as for the factory it does not seem that the creator has one configured, is their a default or is there some way I can specify one. ( I usually use Commons DBCP ) Thanks for any help.
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Kerry, javax.sql.Datasource is the interface. The database driver provides a specific implementation. For example, it is classes12.jar in Oracle.
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So that seems to be one of my problems, however the IDE is not even referencing the mysql driver nor is it including the mysql jar, even though I have added it to the project and added the datasource. It seems to me that Java Studio Creator has poor support for configuring the context, does anyone know how to do this?
I may just have to do it the ugly way, without using JNDI.