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Subject Re: still stuck with esql connection pool
Date Fri, 20 Dec 2002 06:05:28 GMT


I had the same problem, till I read this thread
 I use JDK 1.41. I compiled Cocoon under 1.41 and now it works fine. I read
that this wass a bug in Cocoon. I hope I could help.



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Sorry to bother you again, but I still can't get that esql-connection to
work, I've tried three different databases up to now...

Whenever I use <esql:pool> I get the following exception:

Could not get the datasource
org.apache.avalon.excalibur.datasource.NoValidConnectionException: No valid
JdbcConnection class available

Using <esql:dburl> etc. works just fine. I can see in the database monitor
that cocoon _has_ established the connection to the database using the
parameters I set up in cocoon.xconf.

Is there a way to get some more information in order to hunt down what I'm
doing wrong? Something like a list of connections cocoon has set up, some
status info or whatever.

Thankful for any hints,


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