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From "Faulkner, Perry" <>
Subject RE: Cocoon 2 + Access
Date Wed, 15 May 2002 23:39:39 GMT
You probably should set up a datasource, using the ODBC data manager. That's
what the logs part 'jdbc:odbc:logs' is referring to in your <dburl> tag. Use
the data source manager to create a data source, 'logs' that refers to your
access database 'C:....\JAVA\JDBC\logs.mdb'.
When you execute, check the cocoon logs, TOMCAT\webapps\cocoon\web-inf\logs
to see what problems are occuring, if any! Also enable tracing in the ODBC
data source manager to see if your queries are being passed to ODBC.

-----Original Message-----
From: cyril vidal []
Sent: Thursday, 16 May 2002 9:20
Subject: Re: Cocoon 2 + Access

Hi Perry,
I've tried with // instead  of / ,it isn't better...
Anyway, I've configurated with esql and pool.
the cocoon.xconf looks like this:
<jdbc name="pool">

<pool-controller min="5" max="10"/>

<dburl>jdbc:odbc:logs</dburl>  (with odbc, we don't need to write the
complete url, right??)




and I didn't forget to load the driver in web.xml...


My file base1.xsp is this one, as simple as possible, just to test the

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>
<xsp:page language="java"
          xmlns:xsp=" <> ">
<> ">




To my great surprise, when I execute this file, I obtain:

<doc xmlns:xsp=" <> ">


I think, it's not normal...I should not see the connection element...  I
think I have to change the line <dburl>jdbc:odbc:logs</dburl> but I don't
know really how to do...




----- Original Message ----- 
From: Faulkner, Perry <>  
To: '' <mailto:''>  
Sent: Thursday, May 16, 2002 12:47 AM
Subject: RE: Cocoon 2 + Access

Hi Cyril,
In theory it should work, as it's just some Java code, similar to that
produced by ESQL. The disadvantage, is that you don't have any error
checking or logging to fall back on when situations like this occur, and
ESQL would provide that.
Anyway, the only obvious thing that I can see, is to put  \\'s <file://\\'s>
in your connection string, e.g:
Also turn on ODBC tracing and see if any other information is logged, to
help you resolve the problem.

-----Original Message-----
From: cyril vidal []
Sent: Thursday, 16 May 2002 8:18
Subject: Cocoon 2 + Access

I would like to know  if it is an obligation to use ESQL and the connection
pool provided by Cocoon2 to connect to a database.
By example, isn't it possible just to write the following code, by which a
simply connection should be executed with the 'logs' database?
I've tried it and it doesn't work but I don't know if there's an error on
the code or if anyway, it could never run.
Some of you can help me, please?
Thanks in advance,
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>
<xsp:page language="java"
          xmlns:xsp=" <> ">
<Promotion auteur="Jules">
Connection conn =
Statement stmt = conn.createStatement();
ResultSet resultat = stmt.executeQuery("select * from visit where
<Description>Nous proposons une réduction de 25%, restreinte à la période de
Septembre 20001 à OCtobre 20001</Description>
<userid><xsp:expr>resultat.getString (1)</xsp:expr></userid>
<sessionid><xsp:expr>resultat.getString (2)</xsp:expr></sessionid>
<visitdate><xsp:expr>resultat.getString (3)</xsp:expr></visitdate>
<referrer><xsp:expr>resultat.getString (4)</xsp:expr></referrer>
<page><xsp:expr>resultat.getString (5)</xsp:expr></page>

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