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From Mike Verdone <mike.verd...@pason.com>
Subject Re: "The application server rejected establishment of the connection"
Date Thu, 21 Jul 2005 14:43:15 GMT
Nevermind, problem solved.

Seems the issue was that when I was connected via embedded I was 
supplying a path to the database, but when I connected via the server I 
couldn't specify the path, and there was no database in the default 
path. The solution was to set derby.system.home to where I wanted the 
database to go, and then not specify a path in either connection type.


Mike Verdone wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to set up Derby in server mode, but for some reason I can't 
> connect to the server. The application I'm working on has two processes. 
> The one that starts first gets an embedded connection to the database 
> "arddb", and then spawns a server on localhost port 14502. The second 
> process then tries to connect to the server via localhost.
> The database works fine in embedded mode. I can create tables and work 
> with data no problem. I am certain that the server has started-- for one 
> there are no error messages, and also the error message I get when I try 
> to connect is different than when I try to connect with no server 
> running. The error is this:
> com.ibm.db2.jcc.c.DisconnectException: The application server rejected 
> establishment of the connection.  An attempt was made to access a 
> database, arddb, which was not found.
> How can arddb be not found when I'm working with it on the embedded 
> connection?
> I've experimented with authentication settings but as far as I can tell 
> I don't even get that far. I created my own authenticator class that 
> logs a message and returns true. I installed it like this:
>                 "'derby.authentication.provider', "
>                 + "'com.pason.ard.db.DbUserAuthenticator')");
> No messages are logged, so I don't think I've even hit the 
> authentication stage. The URL for the server connection is this:
> jdbc:derby:net://localhost:14502/arddb
> and I pass user and password as fields in a Properties object when I 
> connect.
> I just don't understand why it won't let me connect. Any ideas?
> Mike.

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