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Defining database for standalone application.

Muthu Ravi

Joined: Jul 01, 2004
Posts: 3

We are trying to seperate out a piece of our Java application and try to run it through the Tivoli Maestro scheduler.

When it was part of the application, we had a datasource defined. Now that we are seperating it out, we think we cannot access the datasource and have to load the jdbc driver for accessing. Is there an alternative to this?.

Please let me know.

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