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From "A. Rick Anderson" <ar...@pobox.com>
Subject Fixed: Wrong ULR in Eclipse Plug-in Lab
Date Thu, 15 Feb 2007 19:51:14 GMT
That fixed it.  A grep/search on the Java tree didn't show this 
connection URL anywhere and it never occurred to me that the URL would 
be embedded in the SQL script itself.

I appreciate your help.

Should I submit this to Jira as a bug, or did you already do that?

Rajesh Kartha wrote:
> A. Rick Anderson wrote:
>> Is there a bug in the eclipse plug-in for ij?  I've installed the 
>> eclipse-plug-in and when attempting to run the labs, it fails with the 
>> following message.  I have installed the Derby Nature in the project 
>> DerbyLab.
>> ij> connect 
>> 'jdbc:derby:net://localhost:1527/jayDB;create=true;user=APP;password=APP;'; 
>> ERROR 08001: No suitable driver found for 
>> jdbc:derby:net://localhost:1527/jayDB;create=true;user=APP;password=APP;
>> When I googled this error message, it showed that the URL is different 
>> then derby is expecting it to be, but this would imply that there is a 
>> bug in the ij.bat script, something that would never pass any form of 
>> regression test.
>> I've tried setting DERBY_HOME, and that didn't change the behavior.
>> When I did the derby getting_started activities from the command-line, 
>> they all worked fine.  It's just within Eclipse that I seem to be 
>> having this challenge.
>> The only JRE or JDK on my machine is 1.6.  But I have Java 1.6, derby 
>> 10.2.2 and I downloaded the latest JavaDB from Sun.  But since they 
>> all fundamentally share the exact same code, I don't see where this 
>> should cause a problem.
> Hi Rick,
> http://db.apache.org/derby/integrate/plugin_slides.html
> Looks like the url in the jay_tables.sql file needs a minor fix and change
> connect 
> 'jdbc:derby:net://localhost:1527/jayDB;create=true;user=APP;password=APP;';
> to
> connect 
> 'jdbc:derby://localhost:1527/jayDB;create=true;user=APP;password=APP;';
> The other sql files show the correct url. The above url uses the Derby 
> client driver to connect
> to the server.

A. Rick Anderson

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