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From James Thomas <>
Subject Re: How to deal with MCF server failing to start when connector class not found?
Date Sat, 16 Mar 2019 10:50:09 GMT
On 12/03/2019 07:26, Karl Wright wrote:
> Hi James,
> ManifoldCF is trying to resolve a difference here between the
> connectors.xml file and what's in the database.  Basically, the proper
> order for removing a connector is as follows:
> - Take it out of connectors.xml
> - Start ManifoldCF
> - Stop ManifoldCF
> - Remove the jar you are trying to get rid of
> - Start ManifoldCF again
> If you've already tried to do this in a different order, you can fix things
> by just putting the jar back in the connector jar area and picking up the
> sequence.  OR, if the database instance doesn't contain anything valuable,
> you can always delete it and start over if that is faster.
Thank you, that sequence worked for the case I had.


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