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class not found: ManagementFactory

with a nice thread deadlock too

Uhm - could you please tell me where to get a WORKING source information to do some work on the sql server interface / queries?

We have to deploy the current version on SQL Server 2000 ... so please let me know how to do this.

The "limit" thign might be done with either stored procedures or by using nested "top" statements - according to MS ... ^^
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updateMessageID() not found in super class - in class IdentifiableMimeMessage.java ...

This is even in the r3 sources - the official release. ^^
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You want to check out the B_2_1_7 branch from CVS. This is the current distribution source plus a couple of minor patches that haven't been released.

Alternatively, you can get the exact source for the distribution via the "Details" section in the Release 2.1.7 box.
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thanks - I just updated my checkedout project.... let's see if it now is able to deploy proberly. So far i worked on the r3 official release source ...

I may have found a syntax to get sql server 2000 run with limit features ...

UserModel.selectAllByLimit = SELECT * \
FROM ( SELECT TOP [1] * \
FROM ( SELECT TOP [2] \
user_email, user_id, user_posts, user_regdate, username, deleted, user_karma, user_from, user_website, user_viewemail \
FROM jforum_users as tmp1 order by username ASC) as tmp2 \
order by username DESC) as tmp3 \
order by username ASC

though I wonder why it's sorted by username, as in the admin panel it's sorted by user_id ... but that's just aminor change.

The [1] and[2] will be replaced in the DAO class by "count" and "(count + startFrom)"

At least it did not throw any exceptions so far ^^

Similiar syntax goes for the other ByLimit SQL statements...
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