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From Vy Ho <st946...@drexel.edu>
Subject Re: having trouble using tomcat
Date Tue, 25 Feb 2003 02:03:14 GMT
Try to diagnose your problem by printing out progress, and incrementally
add codes. That is to start a jsp page that works, and does not have
anythign to it.

Then you can just try with any other driver such as odbc jdbc bridge
first, there are plenty of example for this. Then after it works, you
can just swap that out with the M$ connect string. If you have class not
found, try to copy and paste the M$ driver into the WEB-INF/lib folder.

Common, don't just post and say it does not work. What did you try to
do? What exception, error did you get? Did you try with any other
database? Are you a beginer in JSP database or just only M$ database
does not work, and everything else work?

My experience is that Java is very portable, only the connection string
is different. (For simple query case). However, with simple case liek
that, you can get started, and get confident in your connection (at
least the driver is loaded, and a connection is there, no broken bone here).

Well, keep posting your progress.


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