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S bitz
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Joined: Jan 20, 2006
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I've tried to create a connection pool using derby database in NetBeans 5.0 and this is what i get when i run the application.

i've added all the derby jar files in the tomcat/common/lib directory and also the library of the application, but still i get the same result.

Can anyone help me with this?
stu derby
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Joined: Dec 15, 2005
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You need to add the jars to the NetBeans project you're working on; this in turn will add them to the runtime classpath.

If you don't already, you need to understand what a classpath is and that a compile-time and a runtime classpath may be different, and learn that it is set and maintained differently in NetBeans (and many other IDEs) and in stand-alone Java, which in turn is different from a J2EE server environment (JBoss, WebSphere, etc.)
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Please continue discussion in your other thread, now in IDEs. In the future, please don't cross post the same question.

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