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From "JFC" <>
Subject Re: ODBC-JDBC ** with JSP ** : 'No suitable driver'
Date Wed, 02 May 2001 15:41:52 GMT
Hello ~

Actually I unzipped the file in 2 directories !
1°  %TOMCAT_HOME%\lib
2°  {my_webbApp}\WEB-INF\classes

Moreover, the file still remains in the %TOMCAT_HOME%/lib 
directory... ^-^

I nevertheless feel like it's still a CLASSPATH or dir problem...
Coz it works fine with a "java {my_MainClassName}" DOS command !

But thanx for your answers !


If you unzipped the file into the WEB-INF/lib directory, then 
you did it in the wrong place.  They should go in the WEB-INF/classes 
directory.  I've been using that approach successfully here for a while 


: Ok, I'll try that.
: Nevertheless, I already tried to put the developped classtree of 
: (oracle.jdbc....) in the lib directory (unzipped file), and 
: it didn't work properly either. I may guess that renaming the .zip 
in .jar 
: would have the same (non-)effect, wouldn't it ?
: Jean-François
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