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Mapping Model?

 
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Hi,

Im building an app which has in the view uses jsp´s and it has a model for connecting with the DB.

When I run the app in the server, it looks good. It doesnt throws errors but the message of "connected from the model neither". I try to debug but it doesnt goes to the break points, I suppose that it happens because the app doesnt "recognize" the model.

Should I declare the model in the web.xml?

The code is like this:

web.xml



list.jsp



ConnecDB.java




Any ideas?

Regards,
Isaac


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As far as I know the JDBC-ODBC driver has been removed from Java 8. You shouldn't use it, expecially not if you're using Java 8. Remove the Class.forName("sun.jdbc.odbc.JdbcOdbcDriver"); and the surrounding try-catch.
 
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Moving to the JSP forum.
 
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Ok I deleted it.




I dont get any error in the console, but it looks that it doesnt run the class which tries to connect with the DB

Any more idea?
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