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Connectind DB2 from Java

 
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Hi,

I am trying to connect to Db2 7 From my java application.

I am using this driver
COM.ibm.db2.jdbc.app.DB2Driver

But its giving me exception like
java.sql.SQLException: No suitable driver

Pls help me in this regard.

Thanks
 
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Naik,
You are gettig this exception because the driver class is not visible to your java application.
Include the db2java.zip (present in the local machine) in the class path (if you are using WSAD, it is 'build path') of your application.

rgds,
Rangaraju.K
 
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Hi,

Thnx a lot for ur reply.

I have included db2java.zip in my classpath in WSAD.Still it is giving error.

IS there anything else we need to check?
 
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Naik,
You didn't mention (in your original post) that you were using WSAD -- WebSphere Application Developer, right?

WSAD doesn't use your CLASSPATH -- D'OH

Maybe someone who uses WSAD can tell you how to modify the CLASSPATH used by WSAD.

(Or is there something else you still haven't told us?)

Good Luck,
Avi.
 
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Originally posted by Avi Abrami:
Maybe someone who uses WSAD can tell you how to modify the CLASSPATH used by WSAD.


Each project has it's own classpath. I think the classpath Naik was referring to was the list of classpath variables. You need to update the build path for the project with the JDBC calls to include db2 as Ranga suggested.
 
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Hi,

By mistake i wrote classpath.

I have included in Build path of WSAD only.But still its giving error as "ClassNotFoundException"
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