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When running the code outside of tomcat, from a standalone java app, this worked just fine: Then recompile the code using the command javac. Copying the data folder will not help, mysql server has to be running.
How to solve eption: No suitable driver found for jdbc:mysql://localhost/test
Add the driver class to the bootstrapclasspath. I have not loaded the driver class, but it works locally, I can query the results from MySQL, however, it does not work when I deploy it to Tomcat, and the errors below occur:.
But it wouldn’t find it until I used either one of these two statements before getting the connection: Most of time it happen because two mysql-connector-java Newer Post Older Post Home.
Saturday, September 3, How to solve java. No suitable driver found 9 answers.
An example of retrieving data from a table having columns column1, column2 ,column3 column4, cloumn1 and 2 hold int values and column 3 and 4 hold varchar 10 import java. Here’s a complete working solution to tackle the problem once and for all.
StrongYoung 1 2 You should not need them.
Feb 5 ’17 at Gapchoos 3 15 All of the answers here use the Class. Susie 3, 6 39 Tunde Pizzle jdbcexceptonreporter 7 JMeter restart will be required to pick the library up”.
Make sure you run this first: Download the mysql jdbc driver and unzip it If you have not. I had the same problem, all you need to do is define classpath environment variable for tomcat, you can do it by adding a file, in my case C: You can stick the jar in the path of run time of jboss like this: Just try to remove mysql-connector-java We’ll see these reasons in more detail in this article.
This link if for common errors during executing and installing the above mentioned sofwares.
You might sujtable to explain why the code works: Removes the specified driver from the DriverManager’s list of registered drivers. Please note that this is definitely not the correct approach to utilize Tomcat’s connection pooling facilities.
Interbase java.sql.SQLException: No suitable driver
YourFubarDriver” ; At least this solved this problem for me on one deployment. Driver” ; line to load the driver. I believe that the connection pool needs to be set up even before the application is instantiated. Bro, you can also write code as below: