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arnold stalon

Joined: Jun 24, 2005
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unable to connect.

my current directory is e:/program files/editplus/java
here my jdk directory:e:/java/jdk1.3.
how to add the ODBC drivers and JDBC drivers and where i placed it?
how to set my CLASSPATH?
how to solve this problem?

please help me.

Thank you.

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[ July 06, 2005: Message edited by: Jeanne Boyarsky ]
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Can you print the stack trace for the SQLException and post it here? That usually gives more details as to what the problem is.

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David O'Meara

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how to add the ODBC drivers and JDBC drivers and where i placed it?
As long as the ODBC driver is installed in windows, it will be found. You don't need to worry about it beyond ensuring it is there. The Drivers for the JDBC-ODBC bridge are included in the Sun classes and is always available when you use the Sun JDK.

Have you set up an ODBC datasource pointing to your database on your computer? Also, I'm assuming you're using an Access database?
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