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Cannot import jdbc driver -- answered

Rob Brew
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Hi all.

I've been at this for hours with no joy, I'm trying to use the jConnect library from SAP for a system running SQL Anywhere. The code cannot find the drivers even though i've imported the jconn4.jar into NetBeans.
I've also tried the open source driver.

here's the stack trace:

and here's my hibernate.cfg.xml file:

any ideas greatly appreciated.

Rob Brew.
Jesper de Jong
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Are you sure that the class name you are using for the JDBC driver is correct? If I look at this page in the documentation, it says that the class name should be:


That's slightly different that what you're using. It might be different with different versions. Make sure you're using the right settings for the version of the driver that you're using.

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