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From Paul Russell <p...@luminas.co.uk>
Subject Re: C2 - missing class?
Date Mon, 15 Jan 2001 10:50:25 GMT
* Torsten Curdt (tcurdt@dff.st) wrote :
> > No.  You need to have BOTH the JNDI package, AND the JDBC Extensions
> > package to compile it.  In many J2EE App Servers, there is one jar
> > that has all the needed interfaces.  In IBM WebSphere's case, it is
> > called ujc.jar (I have no idea hy it is named that way).  Really,
> > the J2eeDataSource is useless outside the context of a J2EE Server.
> Well, as far as I know JRun 3.0 is a J2EE server but JRun builds
> it's own CLASSPATH. Should I copy JRun's jars (jdbc.jar and jndi.jar)
> into C2's lib directory to solve this? They hold the
> javax.naming.context and javax.sql.DataSource classes

Yep. It's a compile time flag, not runtime.


Paul.

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